Lemon Raspberry Thumbprints

by Sandee

Super Quick Mix!

Super Quick Mix!

These Lemon Raspberry Thumbprints are easy to make and everybody loves them. Prepare a bag of Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie dough adding one capful of lemon extract to the mix.

Roll the dough into 1 inch balls and place them on a greased cookie sheet.

Using your thumb or index finger, create a depression in the middle of each ball. Fill with 1/4 teaspoon of seedless, raspberry preserves and bake as directed.

Transfer the cookies to a cooling rack and place the rack back on top of the cookie sheet.


Mix together 1/2 cup of powdered sugar, 1/2 capful of lemon extract and just enough water to thin it out. Double this if you like more glaze.

After the cookies have cooled completely, drizzle the glaze over the cookies.

Experiment with different flavored preserves and extracts like apricot preserves with almond extract.

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