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Stained Glass Sweetheart Cookies

Show your heart to your loved ones with these deliciously delightful cookies. The simulated stained glass will light up any Valentine’s Day celebration.

What You'll Need:

  • 1 bag sugar cookie mix & ingredients to prepare (i.e. eggs & butter)
  • 24 Jolly Ranchers candies in red, pink, & purple
  • 1/4 cup flour
  • 1 medium or large heart-shaped cookie cutter
  • 1 small heart-shaped cookie cutter
  • Rolling pin
  • Wax paper

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Simple Instructions:

Preheat the oven according to the cookie mix instructions for cutout cookies. Select the color of Jolly Ranchers candies that you would like to use (pink, red, purple, etc.). Put 8–10 Jolly Ranchers of the same color into a plastic bag and break them into smaller pieces by gently pounding them with a rolling pin or poultry mallet or another hard object. Prepare the cookie mix as directed on the package. Use flour to prevent sticking and roll out the dough until it’s about ¼-inch thick. Use the larger heart cookie cutter first, then follow with the smaller heart in the middle. Remove the cutout from the smaller heart. Use a spatula to carefully place cookies on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper leaving an inch between each one as the cookies will expand while baking. Sprinkle the Jolly Rancher candy crumbs in the empty space in the middle of each cookie to fill. Make a variety of colored cookies. Bake in the oven according to the cookie mix instructions until the candies are melted and the cookies are lightly golden brown on the edges. Let cool completely before removing from the pan.

Makes 18 - 24

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