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17 comments to “Day 9: Nikole Herriott + Jam Thimbles”

  1. Is it wrong that I want that first picture?…those poppable bites of dough rolled up as if they were auditioning to get into the ice cream club. I’ll take one of those rolled in the almonds with a nice dollop of raspberry jam on top. These would never make it to my oven! Mmmmmm!

  2. We’ve been looking for a great jam cookie! L+D to the rescue! We’ve got peach butter this year, but I think that will be delicious in place of the jam.

  3. A- peach butter would be fantastic! Good idea.

  4. These look amazing! Totally perfect for the holidays. :)

  5. I gree with Jessica… the dough balls have that texture that you can just tell would turn out beautifully; the texture that looks more like a frozen scoop of ice cream always turn out so lovely. I will be replacing my old jam thunbprint recipe with this one this year. And Bon Maman is my favorite store-bought jam!

  6. Yum! These are the kind of cookies I first made when I started baking and they will always have a special spot in my heart. I have some killer raspberry jam right now just waiting to fill a cookie thimble!

  7. These cookies are so lovely! Nikole Herriot is always an inspiration, and the photography from Michael Graydon is gorgeous too.

  8. oh, I love almond +jam thumb cookies and Nikole’s blog and shop – oh the wares I could buy from there!

  9. I love love love Herriott and Grace, so awesome to have her on your blog:) These cookies look so pretty… and the photography is just perfect! Time to add these to my Christmas lineup!

  10. so great to see Michael and Nikole here, especially with such a gorgeous recipe. great stuff, guys! we’re making these today with blackberry jam.

  11. I want to see if I could use a cookie cutter to make these into shapes…. any tips?

  12. Erika Benson says:

    December 19th, 2011 at 7:18 am

    I just made these and these are my dream cookies! I also added some almond extract, because I can never get enough almond. YUM. Perfection. Bringing the dough to a cookie making party this Thursday because I am sure the double batch I made today will already be gone.

  13. so delicious and just what i’ve been craving lately. must try this tonight!

    t.

  14. Carol Littlehale says:

    May 31st, 2012 at 7:38 pm

    I make these cookies every Christmas. I use apple and grape or any kind of jelly or jam. My whole family loves them, so I give each of them 2 to 3 dozen of these thumb print cookies.

  15. Tim, not sure how I stumbled across your site or this recipe in particular, but I am so glad I did! I just made these cookies with some homemade blackberry jam that my mom and I made last week. They were delicious! And so simple to make. Will be writing this one down in my recipe journal. Thanks! :)

  16. I am so glad I came across this recipe. I just baked them today and they turned out amazing! Thanks!

  17. Cherie Cayemberg says:

    October 21st, 2012 at 3:55 pm

    I’ve often wondered…how do you store jam thumbprints? Do they need to be refrigerated because of the jam or by cooking it does it make it OK to store at room temp in a sealed tin?