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Valentines Cookies

Looking for recipes for valentines cookies? Taste of Home has the best valentines cookie recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Soft Buttermilk Sugar Cookies

Soft Buttermilk Sugar Cookies

Soft Buttermilk Sugar Cookies

Gatherings are very important to my family, so we have lots of recipes that are favorites. My grandma introduced these cookies into the family a long time ago. The memory of her and these cookies go together!

Heart's Delight Cookies

Heart's Delight Cookies

Heart's Delight Cookies

“We serve these tender, pretty cookies for afternoon tea at the bed-and-breakfast my husband and I operate with my parents,” notes Angela Everett of Port Arthur, Texas. “The bows make them look very special!”

Hot Chocolate Peppermint Cookies

Hot Chocolate Peppermint Cookies

Hot Chocolate Peppermint Cookies

This is a variation of the cookies my mother made when I was growing up. Now my 13-year-old daughter and I bake them together. They’re always a huge hit! The taste is like rich hot chocolate baked into a scrumptious cookie. —Larry Piklor, Johnsburg, Illinois
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Triple Chocolate Kisses

Triple Chocolate Kisses

Triple Chocolate Kisses

These crisp meringue cookies with a chocolate center are easy to make but look like you spent a lot of time. When our son and daughter-in-law moved into their first home on Valentine's Day, I prepared them a nice dinner and gave them a batch of these treats. -Evelyn Lindburg, Shenandoah, Iowa

Chocolate Peppermint Spritz Cookies

Chocolate Peppermint Spritz Cookies

Chocolate Peppermint Spritz Cookies

I love to make spritz cookies. Each year I make several varieties of cookies and then deliver them to friends. I love to see the smiles on their faces when they see a plate full of cookies.—Margaret Otley, Waverly, Nebraska

Decorated Butter Cookies

Decorated Butter Cookies

Decorated Butter Cookies

Tender, crisp and flavorful, these versatile cookies from Doris Schumacher of Brookings, South Dakota can be decorated to suit any season or occasion. "Or you can just frost them lightly and top with toasted coconut," she notes.

Shortbread Hearts

Shortbread Hearts

Shortbread Hearts

These flaky cookies melt in your mouth. Dipped in chocolate, they look festive.—Barbara Birk, St. George, Utah

Almond Bonbon Cookies

Almond Bonbon Cookies

Almond Bonbon Cookies

These bonbons remind me of England, with a touch of America. Dip cooled cookies into one frosting or each side into different frostings. Have fun adding any kind of sprinkle toppings you like.— Teri Lee Rasey, Cadillac, Michigan

Coconut-Macadamia Biscotti

Coconut-Macadamia Biscotti

Coconut-Macadamia Biscotti

I came up with this recipe after my husband and I returned from our first trip to Hawaii. Dipping these tropical treats in a good cup of coffee brings us right back to the wonderful memories we made there.—Shannon Koene, Blacksburg, Virginia

Chocolate-Frosted Heart Cookies

Chocolate-Frosted Heart Cookies

Chocolate-Frosted Heart Cookies

These are a real treat. I'm sure you'll love them! For a faster set, place cookies in the fridge after frosting. They'll be ready to eat in moments! —Jackie Messina, Chardon, Ohio

Mint Candy Cookies

Mint Candy Cookies

Mint Candy Cookies

"Because you start with a store-bought cookie mix, it takes no time at all to make these minty treats," says Christina Hitchcook of Blakely, Pennsylvania. She usually drizzles melted chocolate chips over the cookie tops, but pink candy coating looks lovely for Valentine's Day.
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