Super Easy Valentine's Recipe: Heart Cookie

Make a Heart Shaped Cookie for Valentine's Day

Everyone loves cookies, right? To show your love on Valentine's Day, make an edible giant heart-shaped cookie pie with this super easy, delicious Valentine's Recipe. It's a cookie, its a pie, it's a new twist on a festive Valentine's Day dessert with only 3 ingredients. Enjoy!

Super Easy Valentine's Recipe: Heart Cookie

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This giant cookie Valentine heart is amazingly easy to make. Show your love by making one for all of your Valentines. Ideally, you'll need a heart-shaped baking pan, but you can roll out the dough and shape it into a heart. 

Refrigerator Sugar Cookie Dough
Strawberry Pie Filling (I don't recommend subbing Cherry.)
White Chocolate Chips

How to Make Heart Cookie Pie Dessert

Open cookie dough, cut it into thirds 
(Reserve the remaining dough to make cookies.)
Press 1/3 dough into heart shaped pan in a thin layer, like a pizza crust
Use a spatula to spread pie filling (like pizza sauce)

Sprinkle white chocolate chips on top (like Mozzarella cheese)

Bake according to cookie package directions.

Yep, that was easy. I guess it is a cookie pizza pie!

Sweets for your sweet! It is delicious and very sweet. I don't recommend using cherry pie filling as a substitute. The tartness of the cherries may not taste right with the sweet cookie and chips. 


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