Strawberry Jam & Butter Cookies

Looking for a new dessert? Want something that isn't a big hassle to make? We have just the recipe you need. These butter cookies filled with strawberry jam taste just like little packs of heaven and look the part as well.


What are Strawberry Jam & Butter Cookies?

These are a kind of sandwich cookie that are made by combining simple shortbread butter cookies with a homemade strawberry jam to turn into a beautiful confection, perfect for a sweet evening with your loved ones. 

How to make Strawberry Jam & Butter Cookies

  • Start by preparing the cookie dough, by taking softened butter in a stainless steel tasla and creaming it. To the creamed butter add caster sugar and mix that as well.  
  • To the creamed butter and sugar, add some vanilla essence and add refined flour to it. Fold and mix the flour into the butter and knead it lightly together to form a dough. 
  • Chill the dough for 10-15 minutes. After this, roll the dough between 2 sheets of butter paper into a thin sheet of dough. After rolling the dough, cut out as many circles as you can using a 3-4 cm cookie cutter.    
  • Place them all onto a non-stick baking sheet and chill them in the fridge for 10-15 minutes. After this cut out the centres of half the circles using a smaller cookie cutter.
  • Bake these in a preheated 170 degree oven for 12-15 minutes or until they turn golden brown. Once out of the oven and completely cool, dust them all with some icing sugar.   
  • Pipe a dollop of the strawberry jam in the centre of the whole cookie and place a ring cookie over it and press slightly.  
  • Serve them all together at room temperature. 

More Delicious Cookie Recipe:

1. Rainbow Butter Cookies

2. Strawberry And White Chocolate Cookies

3. Cookies in a Skillet



Expert Tips

  1. Make sure you cream the butter and sugar thoroughly so that the sugar is completely dissolved.
  2. Chilling the dough before rolling ensures an easy and neat sheeting process.
  3. If the cookies are not cool before adding the jam, the jam would become runny.

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