Polish Kolaczki

Pastry with Fruit Jam Centers
Pastry with Fruit Jam Centers
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Ingredients

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8 ounces Cream Cheese room temperature
12 ounces Butter room temperature
3 cups All-purpose flour
28 ounces Fruit jam apricot, raspberry, prune, etc.
For dusting:
Confectioners' sugar

Nutritional information

201
Calories
19g
Fat
48mg
Cholesterol
108mg
Sodium
8g
Carbohydrate
2g
Protein
Ingredients
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Polish Kolaczki

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The only way to start describing these Polish Kolaczki is with OMG! Little, sweet bites with a pastry made from beaten butter and cream cheese combined with all-purpose flour, the result a crunchy pastry filled with a prepared fruit filling.

You can use a commercially bought jam or jelly or follow one of our previous recipes to make your own from scratch.

To make Polish Kolaczki, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Polish Kolaczki

So, how to make Polish Kolaczki?

Steps to make Polish Kolaczki

1

Beat cream cheese and butter

5

In a large mixing bowl, beat cream cheese and butter until well combined, light and fluffy.

2

Add flour

5

Gradually add flour, 1 cup at a time, continuously mixing until well combined.

3

Chill

1h

Tightly wrap dough in plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 1 hour to chill.

4

Preheat oven

10

Preheat oven to 350 °F.

5

Prepare dough

3

Roll out chilled dough ¼-inch thick on a lightly dusted surface with confectioners' and granulated sugars. Avoid using flour - sugar will prevent the dough from sticking.

6

Prepare Kolaczki

10

Cut dough into 2-inch squares and drop ½ - 1 teaspoon of the fruit filling into center of each square. Overlap opposite corners of dough to cover the center, over filling. Gently press dough on each side or lightly brush with beaten egg whites to seal.

7

Bake

15

Transfer to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and bake in preheated oven for 15 minutes until corners are browned. If frozen, you may need a longer cooking time.

8

Serve

10

Allow to cool slightly before dusting with confectioners' sugar, for serving.

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