Jelly “Popper” Cookies + The Great Cookie Exchange Party

Party season is here and with that normally comes the favorite- Cookie Swap Party. 
I have teamed up with some fabulous blogger friends to throw the Great Cookie Exchange Party!
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I have a recipe for you today that is a family favorite but I warn you… you can’t eat just one!!
Hence the name… you just POP them into your mouth and they are gone in one bite.

Did I mention they are SO easy and super fast to make?
No? Well, it is true!!

-1 cup All Purpose Flour
-3 oz Cream Cheese, softened
-1 Stick of Butter, softened
-Jelly, flavor of your choice
-Powered Sugar

Place flour, cream cheese, and butter in a bowl and mix.
Mix until a soft dough is formed.
I actually mixed it until it was mostly combined and then used my hands to knead it into a good ball.
Place some flour on a surface and roll out the dough to about 1/8 in thick.
Use a shot glass or a really small round cookie cutter, to make the cookies.
Dip the glass into flour before cutting the dough.
  Cut the cookies with the glass across the dough.
When you finish cutting the cookies, peel up all the extra dough and knead it back into a ball and roll out again. Continue doing this until all the dough is used.
Place the cookies on a cookie sheet and then press your thumb into the center of the cookie.
Bake at 350 degrees for 8 minutes.
Once cool, top with a dollop of jelly and the sprinkle with powdered sugar.
These cookies are so light and airy and the touch of sweetness of the jelly is so addicting.
They are so yummy and perfect for a holiday party.
If you make and store these cookies before your party, you will want to resprinkle the powered sugar before serving. The moisture that occurs when they are covered makes it absorb into the cookie.

ENJOY and pray you can eat just one! 😉

Jelly “Popper” Cookies

-1 cup Flour
-3 oz Cream Cheese, softened
-1 Stick of Butter, softened
-Jelly, flavor of your choice
-Powered Sugar

To Make:
-Mix flour, butter, and cream cheese in a bowl until a soft dough forms.
-Roll out the dough on a floured surface to about 1/8 in. thick.
– Use a shot glass or small round cookie cutter dipped in flour to cut the cookies.
– Place on baking sheet and press a thumb print into the center of the cookie.
-Bake at 350 degrees or 8 mins.
-Let cool. Then top with jelly and powdered sugar.

I’m excited to be partnering with some of my favorite food blogging friends today to bring you a virtual Christmas cookie exchange. 
We all love Christmas Cookie Exchange Parties because you go to the party with one kind of cookie, but come home with dozens of cookies to taste! There’s nothing better than seeing all of the cookies out on all of their plates and getting to go around and fill up your bags with other people’s delicious recipes. Here are 40+ delicious cookie exchange recipes so you can find the perfect cookie to take to the party this holiday season!
Be sure to follow along on the Cookie Exchange Pinterest board for year round cookie recipe inspirations!

40+ cookie exchange recipes

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