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Chocolate Heart Cookies

Chocolate Heart Cookies

"For a dramatic presentation, I dust dessert plates with cocoa powder and drizzle on a bit of melted raspberry fruit spread. I place a couple of these melt-in-your-mouth cookies in the center, along with some fresh rasberries, lemon zest and a sprig of mint. -TerryAnn Moore Oaklyn, New Jersey"
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40 m servings
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  1. In a small mixing bowl, cream butter and sugar. Beat in vanilla. Combine the flour and cocoa; gradually add to creamed mixture. On a lightly floured surface, roll out dough to 1/4-in. thickness. Cut with a 3-in. heart-shaped cookie cutter. Place 2 in. apart on ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 375 degrees F for 8-10 minutes or until firm. Remove to wire racks to cool.
  2. In a microwave-safe bowl, heat vanilla chips and 1 tablespoon shortening until melted, stirring frequently. Dip both sides of cookies into melted mixture. In another microwave-safe bowl, heat the chocolate chips and remaining shortening until melted, stirring frequently. Drizzle over the cookies. Place on wire racks to dry.

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These tasted really good, and the presentation i made was gorgeous: i spread the cookies with melted white chocolate, and then piped squiggles of darker chocolate (i just mixed cocoa with the wh...

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I agree with previous reviewers that cookies were not sweet enough and needed an egg to moisten the dough. I was surprised there wasn't any salt (a flavor enhancer) so I added some. I also fou...

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These tasted really good, and the presentation i made was gorgeous: i spread the cookies with melted white chocolate, and then piped squiggles of darker chocolate (i just mixed cocoa with the wh...

Quite a yummy cookie. I read other reviews and so decided to add an egg, a little more sugar, and worked with a very cold dough. I had fun cutting heart shapes and removing a small circle from h...

I made these last year for a Valentine Tea. They turned out so well everyone thought I bought them. Since I like dark chocolate better than white, I reversed some-- dipped sides in dark chocol...

I haven't iced these yet, but the cookie itself is quite tasty--I've had 2 already and having to fight myself not to eat anymore. For me and my sweet tooth, they are just right--chocolaty, sligh...

I agree with previous reviewers that cookies were not sweet enough and needed an egg to moisten the dough. I was surprised there wasn't any salt (a flavor enhancer) so I added some. I also fou...

The dough had nothing to hold it together. It crumbled when I went to roll it out. I had to put it back in the mixing bowl and add an egg. Then it was the consistency cookie dough should be. ...

Very bad... No test, and the Dough had nothing to hold it.. It barely could hold it to put it in the pan...

The three star rating is not related to the finished product - they are delicious. BUT the only way I could roll the dough was between parchment paper and the dough had to be extremely cold or ...

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