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Jelly Cookies

Jelly Cookies created by mydesigirl

Here is another cookie recipe from the "1001 Cookie Recipes" Cookbook. My youngest son really likes these and I usually have to make at least two batches, one for him and one for the rest of the family.

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  • Preheat oven to 350. Lightly grease 2 baking sheets.
  • In a large bowl, cream the vegetable shortening and sugar. Beat in the egg. Beat in the vanilla extract and lemon juice. Gradually blend the flour.
  • Pinch off walnut-size pieces of the dough and rool into balls. Place 1 inch apart on the prepared baking sheets. Press your finger into the center of each cookie to make an indention. Fill each cookie with a little jelly.
  • Bake for 20 to 25 minutes, until lightly colored. Cool on wire rack.
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"Here is another cookie recipe from the "1001 Cookie Recipes" Cookbook. My youngest son really likes these and I usually have to make at least two batches, one for him and one for the rest of the family."
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  1. mydesigirl
    These were good but the dough was so hard to work with. It was very crumbly. I used strawberry preserves and habanero/apricot hot jelly...LOL! I got 2 dozen out of this but I think that I made them a bit big. Thanks for posting! Made for 12 Days of Christmas recipe Swap.
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  2. mydesigirl
    Jelly Cookies Created by mydesigirl
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  3. Maryland Jim
    Here is another cookie recipe from the "1001 Cookie Recipes" Cookbook. My youngest son really likes these and I usually have to make at least two batches, one for him and one for the rest of the family.
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