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Sorry! Yes, I divided the dough and mixed/swirled in about 2T of jam at a time. Hope that works out for you! These are great cookies!--Shannon
Super good! And they went fast!Thanks.
So glad you enjoyed them!
I'm confused - when you separate the dough and swirl in the jam do you then put both batches of dough back together and then bake?
Once you swirl the jam in separate batches, you should spoon onto a cookie sheet and bake. Separating it just makes it easier to swirl so you don't wind up with bright pink dough.
disney land cookies are selmas cookies. not sure if you already knew that (or not)http://www.selmas.com/meetthecookies.html
AnickH- I did know that! before I attempted these myself I actually contacted Selma's to try and get them to give me the recipe but they won't share it. :) Who can blame them? :)
I was thinking of making these to ship for Mothers Day Package, any thoughts on if they will stay soft while shipping? Any tips on packaging for shipping? Thanks!
I honestly don't know much about shipping cookies and keeping them fresh. Here is an article I found with tips. ;)http://www.cookies-in-motion.com/Mail-Homemade-Cookies.html
these look delicious. had a similar cookie at books-a-million. yum!
your version looks better than the original - fantastic & perfect job!!xohttp://allykayler.blogspot.ca/
Dina & Ally- Thanks for the comments and for visiting!
I think I'll make these and try them on my buncoClub next week
nursetbone- hope you like them! :) Thanks for visiting!
About how many cookies does this end up making?
It should make about two dozen, depending on how large you make them. Thanks for visiting!
Yum !! Thank you for sharing
Jennifer, thanks for the comment and for visiting!
Should the raspberry extract be added to the raspberry jam mixture or the dough?
it should be added to the dough.
Is the extract needed or could I get by without. That would be an extract I don't already own... Thanks in advance.
You could leave it out.
dough was too sticky to handle - tastes great though
Where do they sell these at Disneyland? They look really tasty!!
Anonymous- They sell them at Pooh Corner in Critter Country, and they also occasionally have them at the Candy Shoppe on Main Street.
Do I grease the pan, or leave it ungreased? These sound amazing can't wait to get started on these.
Ungreased, but some parchment paper is good, if you have it. Enjoy!
You need to include in the recipe where the raspberry extract is added. ☺ Also, what sort of semi-sweet chocolate did you use in the ones you photographed?
Raspberry extract is added with the vanilla, thanks for catching that. I used Nestle Tollhouse chocolate chunks in this photo.
These look amazing!! Think I'll add some macadamia nuts too. Thanks for sharing your hard work. : )
Tiffany- I hope you enjoy them, thank you for the comment and for visiting!
I have been looking for the White Chocolate Chip Selma's recipe, found yours, and adapted it to fit. LOVE it! Thank you for the delicious cookies, but no thank you for the extra calories:)http://karapetrashek.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/best-cookie-ever-no-really-ever/
Karapetrashek-So glad you liked them, yours look delicious!
Thank you SO much for sharing this recipe! We travelled to the US in 2010, and fell in love with these beautiful cookies. I followed your recipe last week, and it's wonderful to have these cookies at home!