Conversation Heart Mug Cookies
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Updated September 18, 2017
Betty Crocker Cookies
pouch (17.5 oz) Betty Crocker™ sugar cookie mix
tablespoon flour, plus more to dust work surface
cup (1 stick) butter, softened
Betty Crocker™ Food Color Gel Neon
pouch (7 oz) Betty Crocker™ Decorating Cookie Icing Red
Follow package instructions to make cookie dough. Divide dough in 4 equal parts.
Color dough using pink, orange, purple, and green coloring.
Dust work surface with flour. Roll cookie dough out to about 1/8 inch thickness.
Cut hearts using a 2 1/2 inch cutter. Cut an inch long notch out of the pointed end of the heart that is just a bit wider than your mugs or glasses.
Set cut outs an inch apart on a parchment paper lined baking sheet. Freeze for 15-30 minutes.
Heat oven to 375°F. Bake cookies for 7-8 minutes. Cool completely.
Pipe Valentine's Day messages onto cookies using cookie icing. Allow icing to dry.
Hang cookies on mugs filled with coffee or glasses of milk.
More About This Recipe
- Do you remember getting your first box of conversation hearts? I sure do.My mom would always give us a box on Valentine's Day. We only got candy on holidays or special occasions and I had a huge sweet tooth, so with most candies (like the jelly beans at Easter) I would just grab handfuls and pop them all into my mouth. I couldn't wait to gobble them up.But I didn't do that with conversation hearts. I'd pour my box out onto the table, turn them all right side up and read each and every mushy, corny, silly sentiment that was printed on top before eating a single candy. As an adult, I have to admit that each year, I still find myself reading each heart before popping them into my mouth. The imprints have changed over the years, and it's always fun to see what's new.Much like the changing messages on the candies, I like to find new ways to create the look of a conversation heart in a dessert. Over the years I've made conversation heart cheesecakes, fudge, toast, and cookies. Today, I thought I'd put a festive twist on a traditional conversation heart cookie by cutting a notch in each so they can be hung off the side of a coffee mug or glass of milk. I used Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix to keep these as simple as possible and even decorated them with Betty Crocker Red Cookie Icing.They're bright and colorful and most importantly, sweet! After the icing dries you can hang your cookies on mugs and glasses.