Sunday, January 8, 2017

That's How This Cookie Crumbles

Even my mother thought it was warmer today.
It's 10˚.
When life gives you icicles make lemonade slushies?
How about beating up a double batch of Peanut Butter and Jelly thumbprint cookies instead.

It's so cold the raspberry jam warmed up to freezing when heated on the stove





I did make some quickly eaten chocolate chip cookies for Christmas (and then gingerbread cookies to start my apres-holiday cookie marathon).
More on the crowd-pleasing thumbprint classic coming to the Wisconsin Candy Dish.


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    1. They were pretty popular, Jim. I prefer blackberry with this recipe.

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  2. I love those cookies. I'm imagining myself piggily eating 3. Maybe one more, please.

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    1. As many as you like. I even have some dough left over for you Susie.

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  3. That's some kind of cold!! What scrumptious looking treats!

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    1. Crazy few days of rain and awful road conditions but back to 17˚ now. Enough to make me stay in and make more cookies though.

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    1. They were a hit, but not my favs. I highly recommend Smuckers blackberry warmed on the stove and well stirred over the raspberry I used. Although I saved the last few for myself. Might have one now.

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  5. Now here is a tune that I've never heard. Neat and tasty! Thanks for sharing, what's next?

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    1. I suspect lemon shortbread thumbprints with blackberry and cherry jelly will be in the oven soon.

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  6. Oh, boy, do these ever look delicious....

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    1. I think people liked them, but I'd rather have a go at those raspberry bars you made.

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  7. Thanks for the recipe. They look GOOD.

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    1. I hate looking at the photos because now I want them a heck of a lot more than when racks of them were cooling on my counter.

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  8. What a coincidence!!! My wife made some Thumbprint Jam Cookies last weekend.

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    1. I hope you enjoyed them, Tony. I found they are the reverse of most cookies in that they taste better than they smell.

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  9. Nothing better than a PB cookie!

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    1. My mother didn't think these had enough peanut butter but was thankful for the jelly, haha.

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    1. This is why I have a go outside when it's 20 and sunny policy, Felicia.

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  11. I would like the cookies lol @ the song :-)

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    1. Then you put the coookie in your mouth.

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  12. My goodness they looks delicious

    Mollyxxx

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    1. Wish I could share them like you share your most excellent photos, Molly.

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  13. They look yummy! Especially with the raspberry oozing out. Thank you so much for sharing this deliciousness with ALL SEASONS! Good I checked, I thought I had already replied here. I blame it on the two power outages since the opening of the link list this week, interrupting and throwing off my daily schedule, lol.

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    1. So glad we haven't gotten in downed power lines due to ice around here cuz how would I make the cookies?

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