Sugar-Jam Cookies

sugar jam cookies

Yes, three more days to go before my one and ONLY exam. I’m already tired of studying, but I have to consider myself lucky as others have had 4-5 exams in a week and a half. So I can’t really complain.
After work I really couldn’t be bothered to study or revise, I mean, I’ve already covered my bathroom mirror with all my notes and diagrams, what more can I do without going absolutely nuts? 😛

So lets enjoy some baking, so I have treats to energise myself and my study buddies these days!


1cup sugar
320gr butter
3 1/2 cups flour (sifted in separate bowl)
1 pinch of salt
1 tbsp milk (have extra if needed)
1 jar of jam (I’m using raspberry)
1/4 cup icing sugar (to sprinkle)

Beat butter and sugar. (Usually, because it is cold now, I put the butter in heat proof bowl and put it in the oven for a minute then take it out and it should be soft enough to beat without making a mess). When combined, add flour little and the time. With your hands combine the ingredients and the add the milk till the dough shapes into a ball. If you need to, work it on a floured surface.
Wrap it in cling film and put in the fridge for half an hour.


Turn on oven 180°. Take out and roll out on working surface. Don’t make it too thin. Cut with any shape you like. Since they will be sandwiched, cut a normal one and the second one, cut the middle (any shape you like)




You can also keep the smaller ones!



Place on baking tray for 15 minutes.Let them cool.

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On the normal shape, spread jam. The second (with the cut out centre) sprinkle with icing sugar and then place on top of the jammed base.

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And voilà! There you got it!


Simply wonderful and flavourful cookies for study breaks. 🙂

I did keep the smaller shapes and with the leftover dough I made small flowers so nothing goes to waste! IMG_8239IMG_8250







Enjoy, ciao for now! xox

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