The Partiologist: Easy Conversation Heart Cookies!

Easy Conversation Heart Cookies!

Did I just say EASY conversation heart cookies?  In no way have they ever been easy for me until I found this imprint cutter.  My hand writing is not great, really, it's not.  So, to go messing up my cookies piping on words is not an option.  Using fondant, I could create perfect lettering every time.  Just roll and stamp, then place on top of the cookie and PERFECTION every time.
 
Conversation Heart Cookies
 
Have you ever been afraid to work with fondant?  Let me tell you, it's not scary at all, it's like
working with play dough.

I loved how easy it was to make these cookies.  And if you don't like fondant, you could always make the same cookie topper with modeling chocolate.
The Wilton pastel fondant has the perfect colors.  If you want more colors, just add a bit of food coloring to white fondant.
 
I found the cutters with the valentine imprint, making the toppers a breeze!
 
Next, roll and cut the heart cookies using the back side of the cutter.
 
Bake according to directions.
 
Roll the fondant, press with the imprint.
 
Turn the cutter over and cut the heart around the imprint.
 
Spread a small amount of Karo syrup on the back side of the fondant heart.
 
Place the fondant heart on top of the sugar cookie.
 
How easy was that?
 
 I sure wish I had the imprint cutters when I had the Conversation Heart Party.  Yes I had an entire party themed after conversation hearts. 
 
If you'd like to take a look back, click HERE!
 

 Hugs & Kisses
 

 

16 comments :

  1. These are so darling! I love them and I bet they taste a lot better than the conversation hearts of my grade school days! They would be the PERFECT valentine to pass out at school...everyone would want to be your valentine!

    Annette

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    1. Maybe that's what I needed back in the day, so everyone would be my Valentine! :) Thank you Annette!

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  2. I just took a look back and when you said a complete party themed after conversation hearts, I could only imagine, it was truly amazing all the ideas you came up with. These cookies would have been PERFECT for your party! Cheryl

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    1. Such a fun party - wish I could do it all over again. Thank you Cheryl!

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    2. As someone who attended the conversation heart party, I wouldn't be opposed to you doing it all over again! :)

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    3. Aww, that's so sweet - I just might have to come up with another party idea! :)

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  3. For me, the world's worst icing piper, these are perfect! I just found a sweet Victorian alphabet impression set. I like your idea better..no trying to keep the letters in a straight line. Your heart cookies are beautiful!

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    1. Thank you so much, I always struggle when it comes to piping words on cookies. They usually are way off center! :)

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    1. Thank you Jill, you'll love how simple they were!

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  5. These are so cute! Thank you for linking up to Party Time and we hope to see you again next week!

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    1. Aww, you're so sweet Lisa, thank you! Oh, and it's easy to be perfect with imprint cutters - LOL

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