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Gluten free Jam Cookies
Gluten free Jam Cookies
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This is the gluten free version of the classical Swedish jam cookies. Traditionally these cookies are made with berries with a clear red color. To have some variation for your coffee guest you can make some with blueberry- and cherry jam as well.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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100 gr Sugar
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120 gr Potato flour
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1 teaspoon Vanilla sugar
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1 Egg yellow
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120 gr Margarine
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20 gr Jam
Oven temperature:
175 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Take out the margarine and wait until it is soft.
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Start the oven at 175 degrees Celsius.
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Mix the margarine and the sugar with a fork.
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Add the vanilla sugar and egg yellow and mix it together.
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Add the potato flour and make a firm dough.
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Place a baking paper on a baking sheet.
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Make small balls of the dough and place them on the baking paper.
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Make a small hole in the middle of the cookies, and cover it with jam.
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Place the cookies in the middle of the oven for approx twenty minutes.
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Take out the cookies and let them cool down in room temperature.
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