Shaped Cookies Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of Christmas cookies in holiday shapes like trees and stockings. Each cookie is decorated with icing.

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elijah13
Dec 11, 2016
All this Christmas food makes me hungry! Easy puzzle to do.
CatLadyOKC
Dec 14, 2014
Good Day to All!
These look really good to me, fun puzzle to do!
Thanks Staff for all you do.
hockeyfan
Aug 28, 2013
These cookies sure look delicious. The heart shaped ones would be nice for Valentine's Day.
kycowgirl
Dec 13, 2013
No. 9 right now. Worked it in 48 classic. Thumbprint cookies. I've never baked these before but I printed out a recipe for them. I will have baked more varieties than I've ever baked but only one batch of each. When we were neighbors I used to make double batches of 7-8 different kinds. I don't know that many people to share them with here. But there are other options for sharing here like the Sheriff's Dept, Fire Dept, Assisted Living center, and some others, too.
hockeyfan
Dec 13, 2013
How did they get the name.....thumbprint? Yes, those places you mentioned would be very appreciative I'm sure.
kycowgirl
Dec 14, 2013
You form them in a ball, then press down the center to make a place to put in jam or jelly.
hockeyfan
Dec 16, 2013
OK......that makes sense. The ones with heart shape puzzles me.......!
FlyingRoo
Jan 6, 2014
Well, while they resemble thumbprint cookies these are in fact Linzer cookies - 2 shaped cookies pressed together with a filling of jam, Nutella, fruit butter or any similar filling. The shapes are cut with linzer cutters, but in the absence of these one can use any cookie cutter and then use a smaller one to cut an opening into the top cookie. The Linzer torte is of Austrian origin and has a lattice on top
hockeyfan
Jan 7, 2014
Hi FlyingRoo, Wow, sounds interesting. I must try it for Valentine's Day. Thank you for explaining it to me. Just wrote all your info down so I don't forget. :)
kycowgirl
Jan 7, 2014
Thanks, FlyingRoo, Great information. I want to try these, too.
FlyingRoo
Jan 8, 2014
You can find a lot of good recipes on marthastewart.com.

http://www.marthastewart.com/search/results?keys=linzer cookies

Also

http://www.delish.com/entertaining-ideas/holidays/christmas/linzer-cookies

You might enjoy these too

http://www.marthastewart.com/312745/jam-filled-cream-cheese-cookies

http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/christmas-ideas/celebrity-christmas-cookie-recipes#slide-1

http://www.marthastewart.com/335373/heart-glazed-cornmeal-cookies
judipd
Dec 14, 2013
Looks very appetizing would love to have some
hockeyfan
Dec 12, 2013
I got bronze. Worked this same puzzle in circles in August and today. Did better this time.
JAMP124
Dec 10, 2012
If I wanted to have an array like this for Christmas I would have to start now --- late March!
JAMP124
Dec 10, 2012
I didn't start in March, so I won't be serving any of these.
They are even more complicated than cut-out cookies.
They are cut-out and filled!!!
Grandma
Dec 17, 2011
I'll bet they are strawberry filling Um good:-)
woewhee
Dec 17, 2011
These could use a little more powdered sugar on them. Yum!
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