Conversation Hearts Valentines Day cookies are super simple to make and they taste delicious!!
Conversation hearts are a necessary part of the Valentine holiday, even though they taste like chalk! We buy them, give them, and decorate with them because they’re cute. These Conversation Heart Sugar Cookies are not only cute, they taste good too! And if you don’t have a steady hand, mad piping skills or a projector to provide a guide, never fear! I have a very simple solution for you today, so keep reading!
Once you have your cookies made, you just need a little stamp set and edible ink pens. I had this set of stamps in my scrapbook stash, but they actually had no evidence of ever being used, (along with lots of my dusty scrapbook supplies). I used my Americolor brand pens to ink the letters and stamped right onto my dry cookies. (Links to all these supplies are below!)
EASY Conversation Hearts Valentines Day Cookies
MATERIALS NEEDED –
- heart-shaped sugar cookies, frosted and dried at least 12 hours. You can reference recipes and tips for this part of the process here: Cookie Recipe + Tips || Cookie Recipe + Tips
- stamp set*
- edible ink pens
*I found that the rubber stamps worked a little better than the acrylic stamps.
- With your cookies frosted and ready to go, it’s time to stamp your conversation heart messages! Color the letter stamp with your edible ink pens, then firmly, but gently stamp it on top of the cookie, being careful not to crack the frosting.
- Let the ink dry completely, then wrap them up and you’re good to go!
Drying time is super quick and you can package them and wrap them up in a jiffy!
Hows that for some easy Valentines Day Cookies??
If you are ready for more, take a look at my other Valentine Cookies
that took longer to make.
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About the Author: Ashleigh is the creative mom of three and blogger from Bee in Our Bonnet. Ashleigh spent a few years blogging on Somewhat Simple as our Baking Contributor.