How To Make Glass Heart Cookies

glass heart cookie West Elm valentine cookie decorating workshop-5882That’s what I call these cookies that have a melted hard candy center. I make them every year but this time I’m going to show you how to make them too.

You’ll need cinnamon candies or red lollipops or Life Savors.
Any hard candy that is red.


Pulverize the candy to a powder.
I use my Cuisinart Mini Mate Chopper. It does a fabulous job in a few pulses.


Spoon the candy powder into a cutout space you’ve made in your cookie from a smaller heart.

My cookie recipe bakes at 375 which is hot enough to melt the candy during baking time. I specifically don’t use a lower temp. convection setting to bake them. The temperature has to be hot enough to get the job done before the cookies burn.

I use a Silpat baking sheet liner so the cookie comes right off.

Glass Heart Cookies.


Enjoy! :)

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Comments

  1. Those are too pretty to eat!!!

  2. Yummyyy! Thanks for sharing!

  3. You are the BEST. :-) xoxo

  4. Really too cute…almost too pretty to eat. It must be A LOT of fun to be in your house for Valentines day!

  5. Stunning! Also, thanks for recommending the Silpat–I can only imagine the mess potential without it!

  6. pretty and yummy

  7. Clever to pulverize the candy. Thx for the tip!

  8. Mercy, you always leave me in awe!!!!

  9. Beautiful cookie…I want to try the recipe but I don’t think I could duplicate how pretty yours is.
    Mary Ann

  10. Those are so, so pretty. I love the flower detail too! Have a wonderful weekend!
    XOXO

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  12. Those look lovely! Thank for the post.

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  13. woah! That is the coolest thing i’ve seen in a while! I wish I had the time to try this out!

  14. Wow they are gorgeous!

  15. Anonymous says:

    Love this cookie. Where did you find that cookie cutter? I’ve never seen it before. Great talent. Thanks.

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