Soft sugar cookies are filled with sweet raspberry cream filling and then sandwiched together to create these light Raspberry Cream Sugar Sandwich Cookies!
Raspberry Cream Sugar Sandwich Cookies
If you are looking for a sweet, light and fruity dessert, these sugar sandwich cookies are just what you need!
You can make these with any fruit jam or jelly, but this raspberry cream frosting is the perfect pairing.
If you dont like a sandwich cookies, you can also frost these sugar cookies with the raspberry buttercream right on top.No matter how you serve them, they are sure to be a hit! Make a batch and watch them disappear!
Sandwich cookies are typically a soft chewy cookie filled with a sweet filling.
Fillings can range from buttercreams, jams, fruit curds or even chocolate fillings.
Below are some other filling options for these sandwich cookies:
Additionally, you can replace the raspberry jam with other jelly or jam flavors. Below are some of my favorites:
- Strawberry Jam
- Blueberry Jam
- Blackberry Jam
- Plum Jelly
- Peach Jelly
Sandwich Cookies Ingredients
These sweet and soft sugar cookies are a very classic recipe with an added teaspoon of cream of tartar, similar to my snickerdoodle cookies.
We bake them for just 8 to 10 minutes at 350F until the cookies are just set. You are going to be tempted to bake them longer, but trust me and dont do it!
Let the cool on the cookie sheet before moving and they will firm up and become the perfect soft and chewy sugar cookies.
Fill each center with the raspberry cream filling made with raspberry jam, almond extract, butter, cream cheese and powdered sugar.
Store any leftovers in the fridge in an airtight container, but they are best served freshly filled!
These Raspberry Cream Sugar Sandwich Cookies are the perfect bright and light dessert that can use just about any ingredients you have in your fridge/pantry needing to be used!
Head over to Dixie Crystals to get the full recipe that I developed for them.