Thumbprint Cookies

You use your thumb to make a dent in each ball of dough, which holds the filling. That is how these cookies get their name.
Average Customer Rating:
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Review 1 for Thumbprint Cookies
2 out of 5
2 out of 5
Cookielover14
May 4, 2013
Would You Recommend? No
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Flavorless Cookies
May 4, 2013
I have the williams-sonoma cookbook on breads, pastries, and biscuit i think its called... Anyway, I was using the recipe from the book and the cookies came out flavorless and didnt taste good. Also, there were fewer topping ideas so I just used raspberry jam for half and cinnamon sugar for the other half. Maybe I did something wrong or it was the toppings, but I didn't like the outcome and I don't think I will make these ever again. :(
Pros: Quick
Cons: Texture, Taste
Review 2 for Thumbprint Cookies
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Keels
March 26, 2012
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:Over 10 people
Cooks:Once a week
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Delightful, cheerful little cookies!
March 26, 2012
This particular combination of flavors - vanilla, almond, orange, and the different preserves - make these particular Thumbprints extraordinary. The baking powder also makes for a lighter sugar cookie base than other Thumbprint recipes I've used.
They taste incredible and are pretty quick and easy to make - can't recommend them enough.
Pros: Quick, Easy, Kid-Friendly, Appearance, Adaptable, Impressive, Will Make Again