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Doing Heart Time! Cookies

Let your one special Valentine know they?ve captured your heart! Here a cookie prisoner stands in a lollipop stick jail that?s decorated with cookie hearts.
Makes: Each cookie serves 1.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Tint 1/2 cookie dough red, 1/4 rose, 1/4 copper (light skintone). Roll out red dough and cut floor and ceiling cookies using pattern.

Step 2

Use lollipop stick to make holes in floor cookie for bars and prisoner.

Step 3

Cut one of each size heart cookie from rose dough; cut smallest heart from red dough.

Step 4

Roll out copper dough and cut prisoner using largest teddy bear cutter; cut ears off cookie. Bake and cool all cookies.

Step 5

After baking, make sure the holes are still open in jail floor cookie. If holes close, use lollipop stick to reopen while cookie is still warm.

Step 6

Using royal icing, pipe tip 4 hat and uniform stripes. Trim 14 lollipop sticks to 9 1/2 in. long.

Step 7

Cut another lollipop stick in half and attach to back of prisoner for easel with melted candy.

Step 8

Using royal icing, pipe tip 2 string mouth, eyebrows and hair. Pipe tip 4 dot eyes and pupils.

Step 9

Wrap craft block with foil and attach floor cookie to base with melted candy.

Step 10

Insert lollipop stick bars and prisoner cookie through holes in cookie and into craft block.

Step 11

Attach ceiling cookie to bars with melted candy. Using royal icing, print tip 2 message and keyhole on smallest cookie.

Step 12

Attach heart cookies to bars with melted candy.

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Doing Heart Time! Cookies is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is as cute as can be. I used a gingerbread boy cookie cutter, the teddy bears are discontinued. Instead of lollipop sticks I used the thinest pretzle sticks with the salt rubbed off, then dipped in white icing.[ you might have to dip twice] I like to make all parts edible. They came out great and were fun to make with the kids.
Date published: 2010-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rolled sugar cookies were made with the Wilton's red plastic heart cookie cutters. The lollipop sticks were placed into the cookies and baked. I gave the pictures from the Wilton web site for ideas. I demonstrated how to frost and pipe words onto the cookies. The frosting was Wilton's Royal Icing. This was the first time most students did decorating. They came out fantastic and were given to others as a Valentine gift.
Date published: 2010-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made this for a church youth group for Valentine's Day. After assembling it I placed it on an iced sheet cake. I also made a Valentine card out of a mini loaf cake and placed it on the cake. It turned out very cute.
Date published: 2010-12-01
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