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  1. Simply Life says

    oh these are too cute! I think you’re definitely onto something with your business plan!

  2. Gia Grossman says

    So pretty! I love that biz idea. I never buy conversation hearts but now I want to bake something with them!

  3. Stephanie @ Girl Versus Dough says

    These are sooooo cute and creative! I’m not a huge fan of eating conversation hearts on their own but in a cookie with marshmallow filling? Yes please!

  4. Shannon says

    these look very fun 🙂 although i always ate the white hearts and pretty much that’s it!

  5. Rachel says

    These are adorable and so creative! I totally love conversation hearts too and LOVE your idea for themed ones!

  6. Odetta says

    I love this time of year!! Happy Valentine’s Day! These are beauts 🙂

  7. Megan says

    These are so pretty! I love how colorful they are. The counters in our new kitchen are not great for meat mallets. I learned that with chicken the other night. Can’t wait to renovate. 🙂

  8. Sharon says

    My conversation heart would say “SWAK” or (Sealed or Sent with a Kiss).
    These cookies are very beautiful, Sues…super Post!!

  9. Kelly says

    These look seriously amazing! I love all the colors!

  10. Reeni says

    These are so cute! I love them! They remind me of spring. I made something for Valentine’s Day already too! We are so on our game.

  11. Sweet as Sugar Cookies says

    Way awesome! Pinning these.

  12. Sarah K. @ The Pajama Chef says

    i agree–conversation hearts are bizarre now! last year i saw glitter ones that were pretty cool. these cookies are so pretty!!

  13. Velva says

    I can totally dig these Valentine marshmallow cookies- Yes!
    Thanks for sharing.


  14. peachy @ The Peach Kitchen says

    awww. this is too cute!!!

  15. Joanne says

    SUCH a cute post! I haven’t had these hearts since junior high I think…yes it’s been too long! I love how you’ve baked them into cookies. Kinda like funfetti…but way cooler.

  16. Erica says

    TOTALLY! Why are they so hard to read now? I swear when we were little the messages were totally clear. CUTE cookie idea. Colorful and fun- perfect for valentine’s day

  17. Daisy says

    these are just SO pretty, the entire process is pretty. what is better than gorgeous pastel colors to warm up winter.

  18. kat says

    These are so fun and colorful! xx a girl and her food

  19. Caroline Taylor says

    These are so cute! I love the idea and the colours are great.

  20. milf says

    Great web site. A lot of useful information here.

    I am sending it to a few pals ans also sharing in delicious.
    And certainly, thank you for your sweat!

  21. Meghan McDonnell says

    Where is the marshmallow fluff recipe? It keeps saying here but nothing is click able

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  23. Meghan McDonnell says

    Cam you freeze the left over marshmallow fluff?

  24. Sues says

    @Meghan- Good question! I’ve never attempted it and did a bit of research and couldn’t find a conclusive answer. I want to say it wouldn’t freeze wonderfully as it wouldn’t be as ooey-gooey after thawing, but I could be wrong. I’m definitely going to try freezing some next time I make a batch… Let me know if you try!

  25. Marjory Pilley says

    5 stars
    These are so much fun! And…they never get used at my house and I end up snacking on them for way to long! Love the fluff!

  26. Sara says

    5 stars
    This is perfect for upcoming Valentine’s Day, these are so cute!

  27. Vicki T says

    How much cream of tartar in the cookie recipe? It says to mix it with the flour, etc but is only listed in the Fluff ingredients list.

  28. Sues says

    @Vicki- You’re right- that’s an error! There’s no cream of tartar in the cookie recipe- I’ve edited the instructions. Thank you!!

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