Three things I love – Valentine’s Day, cookies and silicon molds. Silicon molds are my newest obsession to bake and craft with! This is why these Valentine’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Hearts is the trifecta of perfection!!
Not to mention, they are incredibly easy to make and pretty much “mess up” proofed for those of you like me who can be cooking challenged!
These Chocolate Chip Cookie Hearts not only make a really yummy treat, but they also make a super cute little Valentine’s gift for your friends and family!
See the instructions below how to make some delicious heart shaped cookies:
Here is what you need:
- Heart shaped silicon mold (you can buy one here)
- Refrigerated cookie dough (or you can make your own!)
- Dipping Chocolate
- Wax paper
Here is what you do:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Fill each heart shaped cavity firmly with the cookie dough (about 3/4 full). Make sure it is pressed down nice and tight.
Place the mold on a cookie sheet and place in the oven for about 10-13 minutes or until sides begin to get golden brown.
Take out of oven and let cool COMPLETELY!
Loosen the edges of each heart mold and gently pop out. (mine popped out without even loosening – I did not grease the molds before)
Place the sprinkles in a small bowl and lay out the wax paper.
Melt the dipping chocolate according to instructions on the packing.
Dip half of the cookie in the chocolate and then immediately in the sprinkles and lay on the wax paper until the chocolate hardens.