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Sweet Hearts: Homemade Conversation Hearts for Serious Eats

Sure, conversation hearts are a sweet gesture. But are you sending the wrong message?

Do you really want, for instance, to say "text me" to someone from whom you'd rather not receive digital missives, or to downplay your serious crush by leaving it at "U R Special"?

Avoid etiquette blunders and tell them how you really feel by making your own personalized homemade conversation hearts. They're surprisingly easy to make, just as sweet as the store bought kind, and you have the freedom to set the tone you want--whether it's sweet, snarky, or confessional.

Find the full writeup and tutorial over at Serious Eats! Oh, and happy freaking Valentine's Day!

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Reader Comments (4)

I was juuust about to make and post similar conversation heart cookies on my blog. Well played, CakeSpy, well played. You win this round... (hee hee, these are fabulous, of course, I posted a link at ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com.)

Love your wit! Great post!

Kim @

February 11 | Unregistered CommenterKim

This reminds me of the little cookies that Alice ate in Wonderland to help her grow/shrink!
I <3 it!!!

February 11 | Unregistered CommenterNicole

Let's send a big bag of em to John Edwards!! GREAT WORK, Cakespy!!

February 11 | Unregistered CommenterB More Sweet

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