Jam Drop Cookies





You know what they say: a picture is worth a thousand words. So this jammy photo essay by Jen must be worth thousands of sweet ones. Showcase your tastiest jelly (or confit or butter or marmalade) and your own tasty baking skills with these simple and beautiful Jam Drop Cookies.  -Maggie

First, make Ina Garten’s Coconut Macaroons.

Next, add a dollop of jam (we used Rare Bird Preserves, a best-seller at our markets) onto each coconut-y morsel.

Finally, serve!





Photos taken and styled by Jen Menery.

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  • heidi | white loft studio

    lovely….and yummy!

  • Kaye Newman

    These look yummy! The recipe looks so east to make. I am going to make some today.

    • http://foodgiftlove.com Maggie

      They look so delicious, right? Go Jen! xox

      • Kaye Newman

        Yes they sure do!

  • Nicci Neace

    Oh these look so good. I need to get some.