Nestlé Crunch and raspberry jam combine to make these tasty Valentine cookies. Perfect for surprising that special someone.
by M. Mary
, HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA on Dec. 2007
This is an excellent and versatile recipe. I make cookies each week for a Sunday School class among many other occasions and everyone just loved these. I did not have Nestle's hearts but I found that crunch and plain chocolate pieces were just as good. I also experimented with other flavors of jam and they were equally accepted - in fact they just disappeared. I will use this recipe a lot during the holidays. I loved the fact that I could leave the dough in the fridge for an hour while I made other cookies - I seemed to get more accomplished that way. Thank you - I love your products.
by M. Michelle
, Camden, NJ on May. 2006
When I made these wonderful cookies, I couldn't get enought of them. I actually made them throughout the holiday season. I decorated them with red, green, and white icing. They are fun and easy to make. My co-workers and family members loved them. I think these are not only great for Valentines but for any special occasion. They are great!
by S. S.
, LAURIUM, MI on Feb. 2006
This is an easy and delicious recipe for Valentines Day. I found them easier to make than rolling out and decorating sugar cookies.
Short breads so good to eat
by m. michele
, glenshaw, PA on Feb. 2005
I put the short bread hearts on my menu for valentines day. I had some extra to bring in to work they went so fast and so yummy to eat. My friends and clients just loved them. I would make these again.
by R. Rochelle
, San Leandro, CA on Feb. 2005
I used the basic shortbread recipe here to make heart shaped cutouts and it worked great.
by C. CAROLINE
, MARCO ISLAND, FL on Oct. 2004
Very delicious and easy to make.
fun w/ daughter
by N. Nicole
, bellingham, WA on Jul. 2004
we only had fresh Raspberry's my daughter enjoyed making the preserve for inside the cookies, I didn't have chocolate hearts so I used chocolate chips instead they turned out great also mixed some preserve w/ dough & gave the whole cookie the raspberry taste YUMMY
by J. Julie
, Saint Louis, MO on Apr. 2004
No eggs! Great for those with food allergies!
by P. P.
, Ewa Beach, HI on Feb. 2004
Made these for my daughters class thought it was sweet enough without the icing. Cute idea for Valentines. Used Strawberry instead of Raspberry but couldn't taste it. Very good cookie!
by S. SUE
, HOLLIDAYSBURG,PA on Jan. 2004
I THOUGHT THIS RECIPE WAS EASY TO MAKE, AND WAS VERY GOOD. I USED LEMON CURD FILLING ON THE COOKIES AND DRIZZLED SOME ICING ON THEM. THEY WERE DELICIOUS! THANK YOU FOR THE RECIPE.
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