Tuesdays with Dorie DC: Valentine’s Day Share-a-Heart

February 7, 2017 at 12:33 am | Posted in cookies & bars, DC, groups, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 11 Comments
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valentine's day share-a-heart

I know people have different views on Valentine’s Day. Here’s mine– it’s a good excuse to eat a giant chocolate cookie, whether you’re sharing it or not. Dorie’s Valentine’s Day Share-a-Heart cookie dough can be rolled and cut into any size heart your little corazón desires. This is a nice chocolatey dough that’s quickly made in the food processor. It shouldn’t be reserved just for February 14th, though. You can bake up crisp chocolate cats or rocket ships if you’d like. And then go nuts with the decoration. I felt like I should keep it G-rated for the blog, so I just put on a little melted white chocolate and a whole lot of pink sanding sugar. Besos!

For the recipe, see Dorie’s Cookies by Dorie Greenspan. It was also Dorie’s #cookiesandkindness selection for the month of February, so you can find the share-a-heart recipe on her site, too. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the TWD Blogroll. 


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  1. I LOVE how you decorated these!

  2. Love the big heart! XOXO is adorable!

  3. I am with you on your V-Day thoughts!

  4. Very nice vibe with the white chocolate and pink sugar.

  5. Okay, you win…these are decorated so nicely. You did a spectacular job, as usual…could you mess up once in awhile just so I can feel you are human? 😉 xoxo

  6. You can never have too many chocolate hearts. Look forward to making these next.

  7. I love your decorations, especially the xoxo. These were really fun to play with!

  8. These are decidedly too pretty to break or eat. Just beautiful! I’m looking forward to making this dough.

  9. me gusto mucho!

  10. How sweet are these! Happy V-Day!

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