Valentine Cookies

Hi guys today I am sharing something super sweet, super easy, and something that all the folks you love will enjoy! “Valentine Cookies! I am sharing some Valentine Cookies. These Valentine Cookies have to be the easiest thing to make.. or should I say dress up. All I did was buy some strawberry wafer cookies, some candy melts, and an extra container of Valentine sprinkles, because I new I had some extras at home. All you do is melt your candy melts, dip the wafer cookie into the melted candy, then lay your cookies on some parchment paper and add your sweet sprinkles. After all your cookies are dressed up, I placed the tray of them into the fridge to chill for about 30 minutes. That is it!  Finally you can enjoy them with some cold milk and your loved ones.

Well I hope you all enjoy this sweet and simple treat, and perhaps you will whip up some of these Valentine Cookies. Thanks for stopping by COM today.
Hugs, jen
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Comments

  1. How fun!

  2. Yum, they looks so cute! Have never been thinking about “up dressing” my waffels, so cute idea! Thank you for sharing and have a nice sunday 🙂

  3. noreply@blogger.com' Anonymous says:

    Great idea! Thanks. May send these to school.

  4. Thank you for hosting! Have a great week!

  5. These are so cute and easy! This would be a fun project for kids!

  6. Thank you so much for a great party Jen!! Have a wonderful week 🙂

    xo, Tanya

  7. BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Your Valentine’s cookies are really cute and fun. I have pasted this onto my Valentine’s board on Pinterest (Capriplusthree).

    ; 0 ) Theresa (Capri + 3)

  9. I love these! I’m wondering: Do they need to be refrigerated? I thought I’d do these for class valentines — will they last if I make them the day before and put them in bags for each kiddo? Thanks!

  10. I made these today for my kid’s class parties tomorrow. They look awesome & are super easy to do. I’ll definitely make them for other seasonal holidays too! Thanks for a great idea.

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  12. This is BRILLIANT!! I love it!!

    Sarah @ Bombshell Bling

  13. I was looking for a easy recipe for kids to do for valentines, looks like fun,
    Thank you.

  14. Make sure you place them on parchment after dipping! I did not, and couldn’t get them off the cookie sheet without breaking every one! Live and learn.

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