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Love Letter Cookies – A Surprisingly Sweet Valentine’s Day Card

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These Love Letter Cookies are the perfect way to give someone a surprisingly sweet (and edible) Valentine’s Day Card! You can bet this will be the best one they receive! 

If you’re a parent, you’ve probably already begun the search for the perfect Valentine’s Day card for your kiddos to give out to their classmates and friends. This year, why not make and hand out these delicious Love Letter Cookies instead? Not only are they edible, but they are also adorable, too!

Imagine the happiness of everyone who receives one when they realize that they can actually eat their Valentine’s Card as well? Too much fun, right? I don’t know about you, but if someone would have gifted this to me when I was younger, I would have been ecstatic.

This Valentine’s Day, give an edible card that everyone will love!

Related: Fun Way To Celebrate Valentine’s Day With Kids

Are these Valentine’s Day treats simple enough for a class party at school?

100% yes! Hand down, these would be a total hit at any class party. If you happen to be the class mom or need a great “craft” for the party at school, these Valentine Envelope treats are fantastic for that as well!

Every child would have a blast making and decorating their own Valentine’s Day card – and then getting to eat it when finished!

These Love Letter Cookies made with fondant are the perfect way to give someone a surprisingly sweet and edible Valentine's Day Card!  

Grab all the ingredients below and get ready to be a “superstar” class mom this Valentine’s Day! (Keep in mind that you’ll have to bake the fondant before the party, but they’ll still have a blast being able to decorate them!)

Ingredients for Edible Fondant Love Letter Cookies:

  • 10 graham cracker squares
  • Wilton white fondant
  • Wilton red edible food marker
  • pink or white frosting
  • small square cookie cutter
  • rolling pin
  • powdered sugar
  • small candy hearts
  • toothpicks

 


What does fondant taste like?

Every person seems to feel differently about the taste of it, so it’s up to them and their personal taste buds. It’s typically less sweet than frosting, but it is used in a lot of desserts, cakes, and cookies because it’s moldable and holds its shape really nicely.

 

The good thing about fondant is that is can be taken off if the receiver or maker doesn’t care for the way it tastes! But one thing is for certain…in this recipe, the fondant is the star of the show!

If you want to replace the fondant with icing, you could. Just know that it will be a bit messier, and the “pen” won’t write on it as well. But still, options are good!Valentine's Cookies with fondant

Are your taste buds craving these delicious Love Letter Valentine’s Day treats? Your wait is over, friends! Have fun creating and eating these delicious Valentine Envelope Treats!

These Love Letter Cookies made with fondant are the perfect way to give someone a surprisingly sweet and edible Valentine's Day Card!  

These Love Letter Cookies made with fondant are the perfect way to give someone a surprisingly sweet and edible Valentine's Day Card!  
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Love Letter Cookies

These Love Letter Cookies made with fondant are the perfect way to give someone a surprisingly sweet and edible Valentine's Day Card!  
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword Love Letter Cookies
Servings 4
Calories 148kcal
Author Winona Rogers

Ingredients

  • 10 graham cracker squares
  • Wilton white fondant
  • Wilton red edible food marker
  • pink or white frosting
  • small square cookie cutter
  • rolling pin
  • powdered sugar
  • small candy hearts
  • toothpicks

Instructions

  • Line a baking sheet with parchment or wax paper. 
  • Gently knead the white fondant until pliable. Take a small handful at a time and gently roll out to 1/4" thick using the rolling pin. If the fondant gets sticky, use the powdered sugar on your rolling pin and surface to prevent sticking. 
  • Once the fondant is rolled to about 1/4" use the square cookie cutter to cut the fondant into small squares. 
  • Set the fondant squares on the baking sheet for 30-60 minutes to set. 
  • After the fondant hardens a bit spread a small amount of frosting on the back of the square and place on top of the graham cracker. 
  • Use the edible food marker to make 4-5 dashes on all sides of the square and then a small triangle in the middle. 
  • Use the toothpick to place a small amount of frosting on the back of the candy heart and then affix onto the 'envelope flap'. 
  • Repeat with all 10 graham crackers. 

Nutrition

Calories: 148kcal | Carbohydrates: 26g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 3g | Sodium: 230mg | Potassium: 61mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 8g | Calcium: 2.8% | Iron: 8%

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These Love Letter Cookies made with fondant are the perfect way to give someone a surprisingly sweet and edible Valentine's Day Card!  

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About Winona Rogers

Winona Rogers is the author of Life Family & Fun a national blog focusing on parenting, easy recipes, Home & DIY, Lifestyle, Family Fun and Travel. Her site was nominated as the Top 10 Parenting Blogs in Atlanta, Top Disney Blog, Family Travel Expert and has been featured in media on 11Alive Atlanta & Company. In her spare time, she loves to travel with her family and cook. Winona and her husband have four children and five grandchildren living in Atlanta, Georgia.

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