If you have a sweet tooth, the holiday season is basically synonymous with one thing: Cookies. They're given as hostess gifts in festive tins, they're used in giant dessert platters, and they make for wonderful family baking traditions. And, of course, they're left out for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, next to a glass of cold milk. But have you ever wondered where, exactly, your favorite holiday cookie came from?
THUMBPRINT | HISTORY & FACTS | SweeTooth Design Company
Poland, Sweden, or East Europe. The name, Thumbprint, came from the way of making this cookie, in which one will press with the thumb in the center of the cookie dough for jam filling later. The jam is either filled while baking the cookies or after it has been baked. Creation of the thumbprint cookie is around 19th century.
Buttery, tender-crumbed, sweetened just right and perfect for the Christmas holiday. Included is a scrumptious and irresistible gluten free variation. Everyone will love these perfect jam-filled thumbprint Christmas cookies! She in-turn passed the recipe on to my mother, my sister and me.
December 14, Me again. The crazy cookie lady. So less stressful on you which in turn can be good for your health?