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Black & White Heart Cookies

Black & White Heart Cookies recipe
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One side of these buttery heart-shaped cookies is dipped in melted semi-sweet chocolate for an elegant and delicious finishing touch.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 45 min
servings
total:
4 doz. or 24 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
2/12/2006
This was great I make it every chance I can it 's easy and fun. Great arounf the holidays especially valintines day. :) yummy
posted:
2/9/2006
I agree that milk chocolate would taste much better. I had no problems with sticky dough...they are great!
posted:
2/7/2006
I let the batter sit for 4 hours and it need extra flour to stiffin up the dough to do the heart cut outs. Also instead of dipping the cookies in chocolate I made chocolate frosting and made sandwiches with them. Then dusted them with powdered sugar.
posted:
2/3/2006
Wonderful for a snack .... i like t o pakage them for the holiday .. makes beautiful gifts...
posted:
5/20/2005
When I made these I tried to be too fancy with the chocolate dipping and it got a little messy-just keep it simple and they will still look (and taste) great.
posted:
3/9/2005
Very easy to make and very taste.
posted:
3/9/2005
The dough was very sticky, even with excess flour on the tabletop and rolling pin. After the cookies baked, they tasted fine, but the chocolate was VERY messy and didn't add enough flavor, I think milk chocolate would work better. Not worth cleaning up such a mess for such a bland cookie. <<< Response from Kraft Kitchens Expert, Mary ~ The recipe has been retested and additional flour will be added and available in 2 to 3 weeks. >>>
posted:
3/2/2005
I made these cookies with my cousins, and they were fun to make. Be sure to allow plenty of time for refrigerating, etc; and to use plenty of flour when rolling them out. I added a little bit more sugar to the dough the second time around, because they weren't really sweet. They turned out pretty, and very good.
posted:
2/19/2005
The cookie was so so.Needed a more buttery flavor .Too plain when dipped in the Bakers chocolate.I think using milk chocolate coating or perhaps adding a cherry flavoring to white chocolate would have tasted much better.
posted:
2/15/2005
Made them for Valentine's day for school party and bagged them for friends. Everyone LOVED them and they were very easy and fun to make with my daughter.
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