I made these for Christmas gifts, and everyone loved them. I continued to make batch after batch becasue they disappeared from the kitchen. They are a little time intensive but very worth it. It is a small batch recipe, so double, triple, or quadruple it. I even used apricot preserves on some; they were great too, but not the same unique and wonderful flavor as those with the fig preserves.
Fig ’n’ Flax Thumbprint Cookies
From EatingWell: November/December 2009
We love how the ground flax adds a nutty flavor and the brown sugar caramelizes on the outside of these thumbprint cookies. Fig preserves make this cookie special; other fruit preserves could be used as well.
12 Reviews for Fig ’n’ Flax Thumbprint Cookies
Got rave reviews on these cookies from everyone who tried them. I will double the recipe next time!!
These are GREAT cookies - my husband said it's like a fruit cobbler with every bite!
I used fresh persimmon - it gelled nicely and tasted great!
I found the dipping process extremely messy, and am wondering if this step is necessary? Also, I made exactly 2 1/2 dozen cookies and found that there was a lot of the flax/brown sugar mixture leftover.
My whole family loves these cookies and they worked well a a gift. My 5 year old son calls them jelly donuts. I will make them often.
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