Tuesday, September 8, 2015

TWD - Jam Filled Sandwich Cookies



This week's Tuesday with Dorie recipe is Jam Filled Sandwich Cookies.  These are adorable little cookies encased with jam.

The dough came together easily, and was very easy to work with - definitely a bonus.  I filled half of my cookies with rose petal jam and half with apricot jam:


 
 
All up, I ended up with 18 cookies.
 


The plate on which my cookies are residing is my Miss Phryne Fisher plate.  It has an art deco feel because Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries is set in the 1920s. A couple of weekends ago, I went to see The Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Costume Exhibition at Rippon Lea House, which is where I bought the plate.  If you would like to see the costumes, visit my exhibition post on Cakelaw's Travel Tales.

16 comments:

  1. love the bikkies and the plate - would love to get to that exhibition but my days are running out

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  2. I've just discovered Miss Fisher (all hail Netflix). Love the art deco plate. I also like that you used a cookie cutter with a fluted edge - so pretty! Rose petal jam sounds especially nice.

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  3. The biscuit looks really nice and short. Was it shortbready? :)

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  4. Cute! I like the sound of these. The Miss Phryne Fisher plate is great too - perfect for these biscuits.

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  5. Dear Gaye, these cookies look like such a wonderful afternoon teatime treat . just perfect with my beloved Earl Grey tea.
    Love your Miss Phryne Fisher plate, it has a very pretty and unique design!
    Andrea

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  6. These are the business, right? I LOVED them!

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  7. My husband says the Miss Fisher costumes were the only ones he has really ever noticed. He wondered if she was popular with my Australian blogger friends... now I can tell him! I find the plots a bit forced, but the whole series is fun to watch.

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  8. Rose petal jam sounds like it would work well with this cookie!

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  9. Love that design of the cookie cutter, and the plate is gorgeous. These cookies were the perfect snack for anytime.

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  10. The plate is beautiful and the rose petal jam sounds just lovely as a filling for these cookies.

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  11. I agree with your description of "adorable little cookies" and rose petal jam sound wonderful.

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  12. Rose petal jam! Yum! Where did you get that? The only place I've ever seen it was in the south of France, and one can't exactly pop over there to pick up groceries. It must have tasted divine with the shortbread cookie!

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  13. That will be fun - to link over to your Travel Tales posts. Everyone of you liked these cookies. This rose petal jam sounds intriquing. These just seem to be something I would enjoy (although I have never met a cookie I didn't like.) making and eating and sharing. Although if it only makes 18 cookies, probably not. I have some Wild Huckleberry Jam I received as a gift and have saved it for something special. Maybe this is it.

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  14. I look forward to reading about your adventure and your jam choices sound intriguing.

    Hope all is well!

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  15. Oh, your jam filled cookies are so pretty and they look delicious. I would love these...wait, I can make these myself! So fun to see your Miss Fisher plate for the cookies, I wish we would get that series here in the States!

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