Dorie's Cookies - Jammers with Jam and Dulce de Leche

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Dorie's Cookies - Jammers

Dorie's Cookies is out! 
Dorie's Cookies is out!
Dorie's Cookies is out!

We can make Dorie's Cookies! Let's do this!

Dorie's cookies are so good and now she has a WHOLE cookbook dedicated to cookies! You have to get it. First of all, it's heavy. If you think this is just a flimsy cookbook of cookies, you are so wrong. It's Dorie! Of course she gives us all her best cookie recipes!!

I was fortunate enough to be gifted Jammers from her former cookie store Beurre and Sel. They were sooooo delicious. I knew what I had to make first!

Jammers are shortbread dough, topped with jam and surrounded by a buttery streusel topping. Really, does it get any better?

To get 1/4" dough, I roll the dough between parchment paper and use these yard sticks as guides. The guides are really a lifesaver as I'm not a good roller. I recently purchased these Rose Levy Beranbaum guides for thinner doughs (they come in 3/32" 1/8", and 1/16"). I haven't used them yet and am looking forward to giving them a spin.

Dorie's Cookies - Jammers
I used these Ateco 2" and 3" rings. Dorie's book explains how you can make them in a muffin tin too. Amazon sells them, but I bought a dozen each from Webstaurant Store online (Ateco 4901 3" Round and Ateco 4903 2" Round). They are super sturdy and will last a lifetime. [Update: I just bought a dozen more of the 2" rounds so I can bake 24 cookies at a time]

Dorie's Cookies - Jammers
I used Cherry jam. I love Bonne Maman jam. The best! Dorie says you need a thick jam and their jam is super thick!

Jammers - Dorie's Cookies
These cookies are so buttery delicious. Seriously delicious. It's like the rich jam is sitting on a cloud of butter goodness and topped with streusel. I can't even.

Jammers - Dorie's Cookies
Filled with Dulce de Leche (Trader Joe's sells really good prepared Dulce de Leche in a glass bottle).

Jammers - Dorie's Cookies
I can't decide what I like better - the big or small ones. I like them both!

You can find the recipe in Dorie's Cookies. It's also on Epicurious, but you really need to get this book. Great holiday gift too! 

Can you believe it'll be December this week? I better get going on my Christmas cookies - of course, they'll come from Dorie's new book! ~ mary

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La Table De Nana said... [Reply to comment]

They look so yr I should invest in those circles..I love the way they make a cookie look.

Savannagal said... [Reply to comment]

These cookies look fabulous. I'm going to have to try to find some cheap round cookie cutters because I can't afford to buy a sheet pan full of the Ateco rings you used. They do look nice and sturdy though. Thanks.

Di said... [Reply to comment]

Thanks for the links for the rings! I want to order some, but wasn't sure of the best place to find them. I've been using muffins tins so far. Speaking of Trader Joe's, I made a version of jammers using jarred cranberry sauce from TJ's. They're really good. 😊

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