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Valentine cookies recipe

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Rich and delicious cut-out cookies - wonderful for Valentine's Day or any other occasion! These are the best cut-out cookies the long line of bakers in our family has ever found.

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IngredientsServes: 12

  • 250g butter, softened
  • 320g sieved plain flour
  • 125g sieved icing sugar
  • 1 tablespoon milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

MethodPrep:30min ›Cook:12min ›Ready in:42min

  1. Preheat oven to 170 C / Gas mark 3.
  2. Mix butter in a mixer until light, add remaining ingredients.
  3. Knead until velvety. Roll one-half of the dough at a time to about 6mm thickness using the smallest amount of flour possible.
  4. Cut out and bake on a lightly greased baking tray for 12 minutes. Cookies will be almost white when cooked.

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Reviews in English (166)

Exactly what I was looking for! This is a great basic recipe, they don't spread in the oven so it's perfect for making shaped cookies and it's SO quick to make.-25 Oct 2011

Something else.I halved the ingedients to make a smaller batch - although I think it would have frozen well and kept for another week.My tweak was to then take half the finished mix and add a few drops of red food coloring. I rolled the white out and then rolled the pink and placed them ontop of eachother and rolled into a sausage. After leaving it in the freezer for a while I sliced them and cooked them - they looked LOVELY. Perfect for a girly party! Will post pics next time I make them-18 Feb 2011

This recipe is easy and the cookies are delicate and delicious. The only change I made was to substitute cake flour for plain.Although I decorated them all, they definitely do not need frosting.-28 Jan 2012


54 Valentine's Day Cookies That Make a Super Sweet Gift

There are many ways to say, "I love you" &mdash but our favorite is with a batch of fresh, homemade Valentine's Day cookies. While there's still time to add the perfect Valentine's Day present to your cart, you can take a little stress out of your life by making something at home. Whether your significant other is a chocolate lover or they like their dessert a little fruity, the perfect treat is out there just waiting to be made on February 14th this year.

Sure, a box of chocolates is the traditional choice &mdash and hey, there's nothing wrong with that (In fact, we have some recommendations for the best Valentine's Day chocolates). But doesn't food taste best when it's made by the one you love? With plenty of traditional options &mdash plus gluten-free and vegan ideas &mdash on our list, you're sure to find the perfect Valentine's Day confection to whip up for your loved ones this year.


35 Best Valentine&rsquos Day Cookies to Bake for Your Loved Ones

What&rsquos more romantic than a sweet treat for Valentine's Day? Of course, you can always buy one of those heart-shaped boxes of chocolate (they&rsquore a classic Valentine&rsquos Day gift for a reason!). But, here&rsquos an idea that's extra lovely: This year, show someone just how much you care with homemade Valentine's Day cookies! You don't need to have a valentine to bake a batch of Valentine's Day treats&mdashmake them for your kids, your mom, your best friend, or even for yourself (there&rsquos no shame in self-love)!

Celebrating February 14th couldn&rsquot be easier with these cupid-approved Valentine&rsquos Day cookies&mdashthere's something for every loved one! This list has some of the absolute cutest (and tastiest) Valentine&rsquos Day cookie recipes that are sure to please anyone you might be celebrating with. Even if you're not a big Valentine's Day person, it's hard not to fall in love with these cookies! There are classic heart-shaped ones, red velvet treats, chocolate-y confections, and even coffee-flavored cookies&mdashthe perfect gift for coffee lovers! Pack the treats up with a nice note for your kids, serve them at a Galentine&rsquos Day party, or share them for dessert after a romantic Valentine's Day dinner for two. If you're looking for more baking inspiration, check out these Valentine's Day desserts, Valentine's Day Cupcakes.


The flood icing should be a little looser, creating a smooth ribbon when you lift it in the bowl with a spoon, similar to Elmer’s glue. That way it will be easy to spread. I noticed that the less water you add, the quicker the flood icing will dry.

It takes about 6 hours plus for this icing to dry, longer if the icing is thick. It may take a few tries, but just continue to check the texture, adding more powder sugar to thicken, and a little bit of water to loosen the icing.

For coloring the icing on the Valentine cookies, I recommend Wilton Gel Icing Colors. You only need a very small amount of gel color to achieve the colors you want and the icing does not get diluted. I use a toothpick to transfer a small amount of gel color to the icing, then mix with a spoon while adjusting the intensity and hue of the colors as needed.

The royal icing recipe makes about 1 3/4 cups, just enough for about 7 colors at 1/4 cup (2 ounces each) split up for border and flood icing for 12 cookies. It may be easier to make a few colors or make two separate batches or royal icing base if making several different colors.

From here you can wrap them up in clear bags and give them as delicious cookie presents, or make conversation heart cookies with a message. You can use border icing or edible markers to write your special notes on each cookie. Make sure the surface is completely dry before packaging or writing on the cookies.

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What else could I use for decorating?

My family and I love decorating sugar cookies, and sampling all the candy. Here are a few of our favorites for Valentine’s Day:

  • Holiday M&M’s
  • Twizzler Nibs
  • Red Hots
  • Fresh Strawberries or Raspberries
  • White, Pink, and Red Sprinkle
  • Valentine’s Sixlets
  • Any Valentine Seasonal Candies
  • Sprinkles


Valentine’s Sugar Cookies

Valentine’s sugar cookies are perfect—soft in the center, slightly crisp at the edges, and sweet but not too sweet through and through. Heart-shaped and perfect for Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Easter, and random days when cookie cravings steamroll you.

Adapted from Tracey Zabar | One Sweet Cookie | Rizzoli, 2011

Flower-shaped cookies. What a lovely alternative to a pricey bouquet for your sweetie on Valentine’s Day. The versatile sugar cookie dough can be rolled out and cut into any desired shape for any time of year and turns out what folks are calling “crunchy with a chewy center, buttery and sweet” and “truly stress-free cookies.” You could opt to omit the sugar topping and decorate them with the icing of your choice.–Renee Schettler

What's even better than flowers for Valentine's Day?

Few flowers, even a bouquet of stunning long stems, can stand up to the splendor and thoughtfulness contained in a batch of these tender, subtly sweet little somethings known as Valentine’s sugar cookies. They elicit the same response no matter what time of year you bake and share them. It’s the difference between “Oh, how sweet, but you shouldn’t have!” and “Oh, how sweet, and I’m ridiculously giddy that you did!”


A truly special and romantic dessert! This tiramisu recipe is from the late Maida Heatter and is easily the best homemade tiramisu recipe that I’ve ever tried.

Flecked with espresso and flavored with pure vanilla, this is our favorite crème brûlée recipe. It’s fancy, wows dinner guests, and is shockingly simple to prepare. Made with only 6 simple ingredients, you can and will master this smooth and creamy dessert.


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Roses and chocolates are most popular to impress your Special Valentine with, but these heart-shaped butter cookies are so tempting and delicious. -), and quite simple to make.

Your sweetheart will definitely be impressed with your baking skills, and best of all, you both can enjoy them together.

  • 3/4 lbs. butter (3 sticks), softened at room temp
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 2 whole eggs
  • rind of 1 lemon
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1½ cup powdered sugar
  • 4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 2 tsp. baking powder
  • Strawberry jam for filling
  1. In a large mixing bowl, blend softened butter, egg yolks and eggs.
  2. Mix in the lemon rind, vanilla extract and powdered sugar.
  3. In a separate bowl, mix flour and baking powder.
  4. Mix flour mixture into the egg mixture, until well blended. You can use a mixer, or work the dough by hand.
  5. Divide the dough into 4 even ball, cover and refrigerate for at least an hour, or overnight.
  6. Once chilled enough, work with one dough ball at a time.
  7. Massage the dough in your hands, for a minute or so, to soften and flatten it a bit.
  8. Place it on a lightly floured work surface, flour lightly on top, and roll out to 1/8 inch thickness.
  9. Cut out cookies with heart-shaped cookie cutter.
  10. Cut out a small heart, in the middle of 1/2 of the cookies, so the jam will show through, once filled and sandwiched together with the whole bottom cookie.
  11. Place cookies on an ungreased cookie sheet, at least 1/2 inch apart.
  12. Bake in a preheated oven, at 350 degrees F, for 10-12 minutes, or until set, and the edges are lightly golden, not browned.
  13. Remove baked cookies onto a wire cookie rack, to cool completely.
  14. Spread a thin layer of jam on the whole cookie, and top it with the cookie with a cut out circle or heart.
  15. Press together gently.
  16. Store in an air tight container, in a cool place.
  17. Before serving, sprinkle tops of cookies with powdered sugar.

Please note I CORRECTED the amount of butter from 3/4 cup to 3/4 lbs. sorry about the original typo.

These cookies freeze well. Place them in a zip-lock freezer bag, and freeze up to 3 months. Thaw in the same bag, in a refrigerator, for at least 12-24 hours.


Heart Cookies

What could be sweeter than baking the cutest heart shaped cookies for your special valentine or for yourself!? Honestly, you never need an excuse to make sugar cookies. We chose to make a cream cheese frosting for the cookies to make them extra special. And feel free to dye the frosting any colors you wish or use any sprinkles your heart desires! Perfectly customizable making them the perfect gift-able treat. If you're looking for a more basic sugar cookie frosting try our perfect royal icing!

Fingers crossed that your valentine is making you some chocolate covered strawberries.

Editor's Note: The introduction to this recipe was updated on January 22, 2021 to include more information about the dish.

Have you made these yet? Let us know what you think in the comments below!


Can Valentine Cookies be made gluten-free?

Yes! To make these the best gluten-free Sugar Cookie, swap out the flour for your favorite gluten-free 1:1 flour.

These Valentine Cookies are a mashup of all of our favorite, most popular cookie and frosting recipes. We will link them here and in the recipe card as well. Follow the links for Ingredient lists and Printable Recipe Cards.

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