Conversation Confection Cookie-wiches

It's almost Valentines Day!  I am actually not a huge fan of Valentine's with all it's forced sentiment.  I cannot tell you how many years I have observed flocks of frazzled men rushing, the day of, in an attempt to score a counter side bouquet that isn't past it's shelf life.  Five PM on Valentine's Day is like five AM on Black Friday... you are better off at home!  They should have yellow tape around all stores within a 50 yard radius of a florist, sweet shop, or any store providing said items, "Caution: Stampede Zone - Men on a mission - Enter at your own risk."

But, knowing me, I can never resist a good excuse to make cute themed food!  Here is a recipe for you ladies to make from the safety of your own home.  You'll thank me later!


What You Will Need:

Your Favorite Sugar Cookie Recipe
Sugar
Vanilla Frosting
A Glass
Conversation Hearts
Sandwiches Baggies
A Hammer


Directions:

Preheat your oven to 375°
Start by picking out the hearts you like (one's that are actually readable are always nice!  haha)
Take a baggy and place 2-3 hearts of the same color in.  Repeat this step for the other colors as well.
Time to think of that guy the dumped you the day before Valentines, take your hammer, and begin pulverizing that those little candies!  Now didn't that feel good?  Set the bags aside.
Take your dough and prepare small balls approximately 3/4 of an inch in size
Dip the bottom of your glass into sugar, then press lightly on the balls to create the cookie size you'd like (these will be perfectly bit size)
Cook for 6-7 minutes or until the edges are a golden brown
IMMEDIATELY, press a heart into the top half of the cookies.  You will have to work fast to avoid breaking cookies once they have cooled.
Allow to cool and place a tsp of frosting onto each bottom cookie
Taking your little heart smashed bits, sprinkle onto frosting focusing around the edges
Place top cookie (containing the heart) onto the top of the frosting and press lightly
You can roll them in more heart pieces if you'd like
Place in the fridge for an hour or so, then enjoy!


Hope you enjoy them!  They taste like tiny cupcakes!  Yum!

Love & Lollies...








10 comments:

  1. These look great! Definitely going to make these! Thanks for sharing, doll! :)

    Honey
    www.imhoneyy.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. wow these are lovely!

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  3. Omg these looks soo yummy and cute!

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  4. These look so pretty!
    I have to admit, I'm a bit of a sucker for Valentines Day because Ash is a soppy romantic and always makes such an effort. Plus any excuse to make heart shaped cakes is a bonus!

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  5. These are awesome! They look so pretty and so fun to make!

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    Molly
    thecottagediaries.blogspot.co.nz

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  6. these look delicous! they look very pretty aswell!
    http://nocturnallexanna.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. Ahh what a happy set of photos, love this idea!!

    <3 Megan
    http://kiddotv.blogspot.com

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