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Rosemary Cottage Cheese Cookies

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Vintage cookbooks offer up some curiously great recipes and this one from the 1930’s is no exception. Cottage cheese cookies are an intriguing prospect and in this case grandma DID know best- the resulting dough is light, tender and full of flavor. The addition of rosemary and apricot jam adds festive flair.

Rosemary is wonderful in sweet applications and pairs well with most fruity jams or jellies. Cherry or blackberry would be wonderful in these, as well. This cookie is a perfect for a cookie exchange, or just as a slightly sweet accompaniment with a cup of tea or coffee.

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  1. MsL says:

    Omgoodness! These sound delicious and how pretty they’ll look presented on an amber glass cake plate on any holiday buffet table. I’m going to bake them for Easter. Thx so much.

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