• Thumbprint Cookies

    Thumbprint Cookies

    This recipe is great to make with kids (or adults) because the dough needs to be rolled into a ball using your hands, and then you insert your thumb in the middle to flatten it and fill with jelly. Just imagine a Playdough session that results in tasty cookies. 

    Thumbprint Cookies

    Thumbprint Cookies
    My favorite part is the jam. I love the combination of cookie and jam. To keep the jam sugar-free, find juice-sweetened jam, or make your own. Here’s a recipe for strawberry jam that works well, and you can use frozen strawberries if you can’t find the fresh kind.

    This cookie is also egg-free for those that need it. It’s not dairy-free, however if you’re just avoiding milk solids, you can replace the butter with ghee.

    Thumbprint Cookies

     
     
    Posted in Desserts, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, SCD, Snacks, Vegetarian  |  2 Comments
     
     

    2 Responses to Thumbprint Cookies

    1. Hanne Smith says:

      Wow – thank you – these are really good! I added the 1/4 tsp of almond extract, as suggested. I also used raspberry jam, and a vegan margarine instead of butter or ghee.

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