Luscious Jam-Filled Christmas Cookies
To save time with your holiday cookie baking, start with a mix or store-bought cookie dough, and then add your own creative touches.
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Thumbprint Cookie Squares
A drizzling of white chocolate and raspberry jam or marmalade tops tender butter cookies.
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Mini Raspberry and White Chocolate Whoopie Pies
With layers of raspberry preserves, white chocolate, and mascarpone, these decadent cookie sandwiches are irresistible.
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An easy filling of raspberry preserves and a coarse sugar topping make these shortbread cookies a Christmas-party favorite.
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Lemon Blueberry Fans
These sweet fans are filled with blueberry jam. Cream cheese makes the dough extra moist, while lemon peel adds a touch of zest.
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These tender, orange-accented buttery cookies are filled with luscious fig jam. A sprinkling of coarse sugar adds a festive touch.
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Mocha and Apricot Jam Bites
A dollop of apricot jam adds a tangy twist to these moist chocolaty cookies. A sprinkling of powdered sugar jazzes them up.
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A mixture of cherry preserves, dried cherries, and brandy fills these rich and chocolaty holiday cookies.
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A touch of apricot jam, plus the nutty flavor of toasted almonds, makes these cookies special.
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A tart raspberry center makes these flaky coconut cookies irresistible.
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These cinnamon-spice cookie sandwiches are filled with tangy orange marmalade and topped with creamy white chocolate.
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