Wow, made these for work and they were gone before you could blink. I did spread some whipped cream cheese over the pie crust before adding the jam, then adding the mini chocolate chips. It had a very nicce taste to it. Instead of the sugar topping I added a little milk to the sugar and mafe a glaze.
I have made these four times this past week. I love respberry anything, so I knew I had to try this. One of the comments was that they were not sweet enough, and another said she was going to try chocolate chips. So here is what I did. I follwed the amount of resberry jam that the recipe asked for and it seemed to be fine, only oozed a little bit. I found Hershey has a special dark chocolate chip, so after the jam layer I sprinkled on some of the chips. Whith chips added, they don't roll up as "pretty", but they still look great. After they were cooked a cooled a short while, I put a glaze (powdered sugar, milk and vanilla) over the whole thing. I can't tell you how many times I got asked for the recipe. Whith glaze it almost gave them a "professional" appearance. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe.
I love dough and pie crusts so expected to love these, but I couldn't get the crust golden brown without burning the jam. I would try these again brushed with egg and sprinkled with coarse sugar.
Wow! Fast, easy and delicious! What more could you want. I bought frozen pie crusts from Costco and had no idea what to do with them all. Now I know. I didn't have any issues with burning or oozing. I used a cold crust and cold strawberry jam. I think I'll try adding chocolate chips and or nuts next time. I'm looking for to experimenting with these. Thanks so much for posting!
First and foremost, I love how easy these are - yet they look SO impressive.
I did half seedless raspberry - which were delicious, and half orange marmalade. I'm not a fan of marmalade, but my grandma loved those because they aren't too sweet. I think a cinnamon sugar mix would be great too. What a sweet recipe. Thanks for sharing!
Fabulous. I used strawberry jam and made as directed. I love how easy this is to make plus it's good enough for company. Thanks for sharing!
Made these for a small party! I went home with an empty pan.
There was one person who didn't care for them, ironically, I was inspired by that person to make them because she loves anything raspberry. Don't know what that was about. But anyway...my 8 year old son actually yelled at one girl because she had eaten the last one. Go figure!
Instead of the pie crust, I ended up using crescent rolls because I didn't look at the recipe before going to the store. I actually think it ended up being easier this way. I also used my favorite sugar icing and piped it on top. It actually looked very pretty and added a sweetness to the roll.
Made these during a major snow storm yesterday. Used my homemade raspberry jam and WOW. Needless to say since it only makes 16 cookies, my wife and I finished the whole plate yesterday. Now I have to make more!!! This is my now on the top of my Christmas cookie list. Thanks for a great new and EASY recipe.
5 stars for easy and 5 stars for taste!! This wasn't messy for me at all for some reason. I used 6 tablespoons Raspberry Preserves (worried that it would run out so used extra) and a cold pre-made pie crust. Baked on shelf that is one up from the middle, thinking then it wouldn't get too brown on the bottom. Perfect! These didn't run out and it wasn't messy. Maybe the trick is to use cold crust, cold preserves? Baked for 18 minutes.
I may have figured out the oozing jam dilemma. I made these - some with nutella, others with nutella AND apricot jam, the third group with nutella and strawberry jam. The apricot jam was out of the fridge and it oozed everywhere, but the strawberry jam was from the pantry and didn't leak out. I didn't have a problem with the nutella leaking either. Good luck - this recipe is worth it!