Valentine’s Day Frosted Cookies

Valentine’s Day Frosted Cookies . Frosted cookies are one of our favorite cookies. And these Valentine’s Day Frosted Sugar Cookies are a perfect treat for this very romantic holiday.

Soft and buttery Valentine’s Day cookies decorated with royal icing.

Homemade heart-shaped cookies, especially on Valentine’s Day, are a great way to make the people you love feel special. They are so easy to decorate that even the youngest member of the family can join in on the fun. And best of all, they are a treat. You’ll definitely want to make these for your loved ones on Valentine’s Day.

Valentine's Day Frosted Cookies

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  • DifficultyEasy
  • CostCheap
  • Cooking time10 Minutes
  • Cooking methodOven
  • CuisineItalian

Ingredients Valentine’s Day Frosted Cookies

41/4 cups flour (500 g)
3 eggs
1 yolk
1 pinch salt
11/2 cup sugar (150 g)
2/3 cup unsalted butter (150 g)

For the icing

1 ounce egg white (35)
1 cup icing sugar (120 g ( powdered sugar ))
1 teaspoon food color (red)
1 teaspoon food color (green)
1 teaspoon food color (yellow)

Tools Valentine’s Day Frosted Cookies

Blenders / Mixer
Pastry Syringes
Baking papers

Steps Valentine’s Day Frosted Cookies

To prepare the pastry

We put in the planetary flour, butter well cold cut into pieces with a pinch of salt and crumble everything with the machine. We join the eggs and sugar.

If we do not have a machine you can also do it by hand by joining the center of the flour to a fountain on a work surface eggs, butter a pinch of salt, and sugar.

Knead everything quickly until it forms a ball, the dough must always remain cold.

We form a ball that we will wrap with plastic wrap and put to rest in the refrigerator for 30 minutes before being stretched.

Preheat the oven to 350° F (180° C).

Roll out the shortcrust pastry with a rolling pin, about 0.15 inches ( 4 mm ).

Use two sizes of heart-shaped cookie cutter molds. Place them on a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Bake the cookies for 10 minutes.

Turn off the oven and remove, let cool completely.

For the glaze:

To prepare frosting, beat egg whites with powdered sugar on high speed until white and glossy continue for 1 minute.

Divide the frosting into 4 parts. One part will remain white while the others add food color.

Transfer the icing to a piping bag or ziplock bag with a small corner cut-out. If you’re using a sac à poche, any small round tip will work.

Now place a smaller size heart on top of the larger heart.

Use the frosting immediately to color the cookies then allow to dry completely before consuming.

Valentine's Day Frosted Cookies

Even if you’re not a big cook, these are easy to make, frosting and all.

These cookies are perfect for the little ones too. You can make the cookies and frosting ahead of time, roll up your sleeves and throw a big party to decorate the cookies.

They keep 4/5 days even out of the fridge if the temperature in the house isn’t high!

Cookies for many occasions !!!

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5 Replies to “Valentine’s Day Frosted Cookies”

  1. These look so yummy! I will absolutely need to add these to my list of things to bake for Valentine’s day. Thanks for sharing.

     
  2. A simple recipe that worked a treat! The icing was a perfect consistency too! Thanks for the recipe.

     
  3. These cookies are so cute and I love the idea of making them for Valentine’s day! I just made these over the weekend and everyone loved them. I’m definitely going to make these year round, thanks!

     

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