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10 Beautiful Valentine’s Day Cookie Ideas To Try

Because cookies will always love you back.

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On a holiday meant to celebrate love, there’s no better way to show you care than with a batch of homemade Valentine’s Day cookies. From heart-shaped sugar cookies to indulgent rose petal-infused shortbread, these treats are totally swoon-worthy.

With a natural pink color, raspberry macarons with chocolate ganache from Cookie Named Desire are a fancy Valentine’s Day cookie idea. If you’re up for a true cookie-baking challenge, the recipe even includes instructions for how to pipe out a heart-shaped macaron!Cookie Named Desire

Combine two Valentine’s Day classics — red velvet and chocolate kisses — into cookie form with this recipe for red velvet blossom cookies from A Classic Twist. Topped with pretty red, pink, and white sprinkles, these cookies are an adorably sweet treat.

Using just a few simple ingredients and this recipe from Cookies and Cups, you can transform a box of strawberry cake mix into these pretty, pink Valentine’s Day cookies. Cookies and Cups
For anyone who isn’t in the mood to celebrate the lovey-dovey aspect of V-Day (for whatever reason), these heartbreak cookies from A Cozy Kitchen put a fun twist on all things heart-shaped with chocolate sugar cookies topped with royal icing.A Cozy Kitchen

If you’re in the mood to celebrate Valentine’s Day with something beautiful, these lemon rose shortbread cookies from Half Baked Harvest are the perfect choice. Does it get more romantic than literal dried rose petals in scrumptious cookies? Nope.

Decadent fudge brownie cookies from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe are a tasty way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. These soft and chewy cookies are dunked in pink candy coating and topped with sprinkles for a festive look.

Valentine’s Day cookies, but make them tiny. Practice your piping skills on miniature heart shapes and sugar cookies meant to look like pieces of chocolate candy. Bakerella

Turn any heart-shaped sugar cookie into a conversation heart like these from I Am A Food Blog. The best part? They’re definitely not the conversation heart sayings of your childhood. Get creative with fun puns, trendy sayings, and even non-traditional holiday colors.

How pretty are these marbled sugar cookies from Baked by Rachel? As it turns out, it isn’t difficult at all to achieve this gorgeous pink and white look when you bake a batch of Valentine’s Day cookies at home.

If chocolate-covered cherries are your go-to treat for Valentine’s Day, chocolate cherry sandwich cookies from My Baking Addiction are sure to put a smile on your face.