Sprinkled Valentine Heart Shaped Sugar Cookies Recipe


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Brightly colored sprinkles pressed onto heart shaped cookies.

Sprinkled Valentine Heart Shaped Sugar Cookies Recipe

Make the most adorable heart shaped cookies, perfect for Valentine's day (or any day that ends with Y).  Filled to the stuffings with bright and sparkly sprinkles.  These are great to take to the office, work, school, or just to eat some on a gray afternoon.
The real secret here is these amazing sprinkles!  They are mixed, so each cookie gets a variety of typical sprinkles, rock candy, stars, hearts and more.

Here's the recipe...and it makes a lot of cookies!

1 cup Butter
2 cups Sugar
2 eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 cup Sour Cream
6 1/2 cups of Flour
2 teaspoons of Baking Soda
1 teaspoon Salt
2 teaspoons Cream of Tartar
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Cream butter and sugar.  Then add the eggs and vanilla.
  Mix in the eggs and vanilla.
Then mix in sour cream.  Finally add the flour, and other dry ingredients.
Split batch into 4 parts and wrap in cling wrap and place in the fridge.  Roll out and cut one section at a time.
Roll out dough on sideboard about 1/4 inch thick.  Cut out individual shapes with cookie cutters.
Place on baking sheet and bake at 425* for 5 minutes--don't over bake!
This makes tons of cookies!
I won this giant bottle of mixed sprinkles at an event and I love it!  It's from The Bakers Party Shop.  You will also need some frosting...but no need to get fancy with the colors, because it doesn't show much anyway.
Once the cookies are cooled down completely, pipe frosting all over the top of the cookies.
They look just perfect frosted...or...
Put some sprinkles in a shallow bowl.
Press the cookie, frosting down, into the bowl of sprinkles.
Pull out the cookie to see the bedazzled perfection!
Great for party treats--and fun to let kids help with too!
I love the gem sprinkles, rock candy, and bright colors.
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