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Conversation Heart Graham Cookies

Conversation Heart Graham Cookies

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How adorable are these reasonably good-for-you conversation heart cookies?

Inspired by Pinterest, natch, I whipped up a modified batch of our cocoa graham cracker dough, and cut the biscuits into 2-inch hearts instead of tiny animal shapes. The result was a huge hit with my kids, who even begrudgingly admitted that the text imprinted on the cookie was kind of cute. Seeing as they’re teenage boys, I considered it high praise, and proceeded to stamp my way to a series of sweet treats bearing messages for the people in my household.

You can go with lovely messages like ‘hugs’ and ‘kisses’, or you can even imprint individual names, if you think they will fit. For older kids, why not take it one step further and write something in a modern language they’re surely fluent in, like I did with my ‘ilysm!’ (That’s teen for ‘I love you so much).

To make the cookies, you can keep simply use the original version of the recipe, or you can replace the cocoa with ½ cup oat bran, to replicate the look of a graham cracker. Bake 2-inch cookies for 10 – 12 minutes. The shorter baking time will deliver softer cookies, while the longer time will yield something crisper.

To inscribe your messages, simply use the end of a wooden skewer or toothpick to trace out your letters, then go over them poking small holes into the lines you traced until the letters are very visible. If you want to make these cookies a little fancier, you can turn them into s’mores cookies by sandwiching them with marshmallows and melted chocolate, or you can make standard sandwich cookies with Nutella, jam or buttercream icing.

There really is so much to love about these sweet Valentine treats, don’t you think?

For more Valentine’s Day sweet treats, check out these 38 ideas. 

 

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