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Make a loved one happy with these cheerful cookies.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, February 2000
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Cook's Notes

To make a template for these cookies, cut a three-inch heart-shaped hole in the center of a piece of heavy plastic, such as a coffee-can lid. Trace a heart cookie cutter for the shape, if you like. Spread the batter thinly over the template; if the batter is too thick, the tuiles may bubble. The batter for these cookies may be made and kept refrigerated for two days.

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  • jendutten
    10 OCT, 2008
    It IS really beautiful! So delicate and romantic! It literally made me smile.
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  • jendutten
    10 OCT, 2008
    It IS really beautiful! So delicate and romantic! It literally made me smile.
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  • SOMERSIZING
    7 SEP, 2008
    Wow! this is one beautiful cookie, who would have thunk it?
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