Valentine’s Day Love Puffs

I gave this Valentine Cream Wafer recipe a whirl this weekend and it was love at first bite. The original recipe used a heart shaped cookie cutter, which I didn’t have, so I flipped a glass upside down and made mini biscuits instead. To make up the lost Valentine Day spirit I decided to dye the sugar pink before sprinkling it over the cookies before baking (it was my first time making colored sugar and it was so easy, I followed these instructions).

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What sweet treats are you planning on whipping up for your Valentine?

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6 responses to “Valentine’s Day Love Puffs

  1. these are adorable but they also look scrumptious! happy valentine’s day!

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  2. It looks so yummy! Love it:)

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