25 Valentine’s Day Cookie Recipes
There is nothing like a good Valentine Cookie! We’ve gathered 25 of the best Valentine’s Day Cookies for you to try out! Make one or two as a good way to Romance Your Husband or leave a plate at the end of your Valentine’s Treasure hunt for him! ;-).
Chocolate Dipped Spritz from Baby Loving Mama
Valentine Cookie and Candy in One from Domestically Speaking
Cherry Chocolate Kisses from The Curvy Carrot
Double Chocolate Cherry Cordial M&M Cookies by Bless This Mess Please
Red Velvet Cookies With Cream Cheese Filling from Your Cup Of Cake
Chocolate Valentine Kiss Cookies by The Kitchen Is My Playground
Romance Cookies from Living On A Dime
Valentine Sandwich Cookies from Love To Be In The Kitchen
Holiday Meringue Cookies from LivingOnADime.com
No Bake Sugar Cookie Dough Hearts from Love To Be In The Kitchen
Valentine Kisses from Living On A Dime
Sugar Cookies With Strawberry Buttercream from Love To Be In The Kitchen
Valentine dipped Wafer Cookies from Craft O Maniac
Red Velvet Cheesecake Filling from Culinary Courture Blog
Super Soft Valentine Sugar Cookies from Tastes Better From Scratch
Strawberry and Cool Whip Cookies from Yummy Healthy Easy
White Chocolate Strawberry Blondies from Inspired Craft Ideas
Sugar Cookie Bars with Buttercream Frosting from Texas Type A Mom
Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies from Sally’s Baking Addiction
Chocolate Raspberry Love Cookies from Oh My Sugar High
Red Hot Crinkle Cookies from Lauren’s Latest
Strawberry Milkshake Cookies from JessFuel
Love Note Valentine Butter Cookies from Oh My Sugar High
Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies from Raining Hot Coupons
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So many great ideas come from your posts. How do you keep current? Want to let you know I appreciate all that you do for us rookies in the cyber bubble. Love the cookie recipes.
I got tickled at your question Shirley of how do I keep current because most of my ideas are as old as the hills. You know how they say there is nothing new under the sun well the longer I live the more I find that to be true. I laugh at all the neat “new” ideas and ways to use apple cider vinegar because about 40 years ago I remember a book coming out that everyone was all over about them hundreds of ways to use apple cider vinegar. It lasted for about 10 years then went away. Same goes for how to use baking soda, lemon juice, vinegar. It is like it comes into vogue then skips a generation and is popular again same with decorating ideas.
Seriously though thank you for your kind comment. I love rookies and we were all rookies once. I remember thinking there was no way I could ever learn how to get a meal on the table and have all the dishes warm at the same time and I remember practicing over and over trying to frantically learn how to fry and egg the weeks right before I was married. Boy the mistakes I made that is the only reason I can write about what to do is because I have already made so many mistakes. : ) : ) Enjoy your cookies and thanks again.
For years, I made a simple sugar cookie dough, then cut small hearts out of it to bake valentine cookies. I baked the cookies all on one day. The next day, I melted chocolate chips, and just dipped the bottom point of each heart cookie in the chocolate, and laid them out on wax paper to dry and set. The cookies were about one inch in size. My kids loved these, and needless to say, when they grew up and left home, I still mailed the cookies to them. I would make hundreds of these little cookies (sound familiar, Jill?). Alas, the cost of mailing these cookies has gotten in the way, and the size of my children’s families have turned what used to be a once a year valentine treat, into a kind of physical and financial marathon. Now I send the grand kids valentine cards with stickers inside, but the cookies were simple enough to do on a small scale, and just nice enough for a special treat.
It does sound familiar. : ) : ) That sounds like a really cute idea. I love the fact that they were so small. Sometimes the kids love little small cookies especially in the shape of things like a heart. Great idea.