Continuing through the Fabulous Modern Cookies cookbook, I thought the flavour idea of jam and bread to be an interesting one. These cookies were well-received, and their panko coating was something I had never tried before.
Instead of using a skillet to toast the panko as directed in the recipe, I put a tray in the oven while it was preheating. For the jam, I used the last jar of Seville orange marmalade I made last year, using kitchen shears to snip up the chunks of peel.
I didn’t really get a strong toast flavour from these, but rolling the cookies in crumbs provided the texture of toast. These won’t win any awards, but I think they would be perfect as part of a cookie assortment.