Cookie Valentines

I was cleaning out the pantry and saw half a package of Vienna Fingers.  No one is eating them (the bowl of freshly made homemade cookies on the counter might have something to do with it!) and I was wondering what I could do with them when I got this idea.  I’d been making some krispy pops for Valentines Day and had been trying to figure out how to add something that said “puppy love” to them.  Perfect! (I’ll show you how I made these cuties tomorrow)  I have all kinds of ideas of other things I could write on them and use for other holidays as well.  I think some made with oreos with a big red heart in the middle would be cute as well.
COOKIE VALENTINES
Recipe by My Stained Apron
Cookies (I used Keebler’s Vienna Fingers)
Candy coating or chocolate
sucker sticks
Decorations (I used large and small heart sprinkles)
Dark chocolate or candy coating for writing
Carefully separate cookies.
Dip sucker stick in melted chocolate or candy coating and press top of cookie back on.
Holding cookie by the stick, dip in melted chocolate or candy coating. (It may be easier to partially dip in coating and use a spoon to spoon coating over the top.)
Gently tap excess coating off.  Lay on a wax paper lined tray.  Repeat with all cookies.
While coating is wet, place decorations on. (If your coating dries, just use a toothpick to dab some melted coating on the back of decorations to “glue”).
Let cookies sit until coating is set.  To write, make a parchment funnel.
Curl on short end in to the middle.  Repeat with other end, wrapping it around.
Make sure your hole is very small.  Fold over the top or use a piece of tape on the outside seam if needed.
Stand funnel up in a glass or cup and fill with melted chocolate (it doesn’t take very much).
Practice writing on the wax paper first, then write out your messages on the cookies.
Let sit until chocolate has set up.
 
Cookie Valentines

Ingredients

  • Cookies (I used Keebler's Vienna Fingers)
  • Candy coating or chocolate
  • sucker sticks
  • Decorations (I used large and small heart sprinkles)
  • Dark chocolate or candy coating for writing

Instructions

  • Carefully separate cookies.
  • Dip sucker stick in melted chocolate or candy coating and press top of cookie back on.
  • Holding cookie by the stick, dip in melted chocolate or candy coating. (It may be easier to partially dip in coating and use a spoon to spoon coating over the top.)
  • Gently tap excess coating off. Lay on a wax paper lined tray. Repeat with all cookies.
  • While coating is wet, place decorations on. (If your coating dries, just use a toothpick to dab some melted coating on the back of decorations to "glue").
  • Let cookies sit until coating is set. To write, make a parchment funnel.
  • Curl on short end in to the middle. Repeat with other end, wrapping it around.
  • Make sure your hole is very small. Fold over the top or use a piece of tape on the outside seam if needed.
  • Stand funnel up in a glass or cup and fill with melted chocolate (it doesn't take very much).
  • Practice writing on the wax paper first, then write out your messages on the cookies.
  • Let sit until chocolate has set up.
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