Sending Love

Shipped in plenty of time to arrive for Valentine's Day, I hoped that my youngest granddaughter would enjoy the cookies I'd made.


Using the cookie press that I've had since my daughter and son were little (see the Orange $9.95 price sticker?), I knocked out the recipe for Orange Cookies, a nicely flavored buttery cookie. About one third of the tinted pink dough was put through the cookie press resulting in flowers, her favorite, dusted with confectioner's sugar; the remaing dough was used to make "bars" which I then filled with Nutella, creating sandwiches. There is something about the hint of orange in the cookie and the hazelnut spread that goes well together...:)

Meanwhile, the Pres went to the Post Office to get a variety of flat rate boxes because sending love matters!  Shortly after he returned home, the package was on it's way, hoping to put a little smile on her face when she discovered the single heart shaped cookie made just for her.

Happy Valentine's Day everyone.  
May your hearts be filled with warmth and love...:

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Comments

Anonymous said…
Baked with love for valentines day...how sweet.
Ginny Hartzler said…
Cookies from Grandma are the BEST!!! They spell LOVE because you lovingly made them yourself.
eileeninmd said…
That is so sweet, I am sure they taste delicious too. Happy Valentine's Day!
Barb said…
A very sweet treat for your lucky granddaughter.
Ann Thompson said…
a sweet treat that anyone would love to get in the mail
Rambling Woods said…
Awwww... I love this!
Betty said…
I wish you had turned the box around because I think I have the same cookie press. Mine is very, very old. Possibly from the 1970's.
MadSnapper said…
i know she will love these cookies and all the love that went with them. i have often wondered what people use nutella for. i see all the chocolate spreads and think yuck on toast. never thought about putting it between cookies. bet that is super good.

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