Monday, 10 February 2014

Valentine's Day Blog Swap Meet - 3 Ingredient Valentine Crunch Cookies

Only 3 ingredients and no baking make for a really happy Valentine's Day for everyone!
Hi, my name is Kristin and I blog over at Dizzy Busy and Hungry! My blog is all about easy, healthy, and family-friendly food and how to fit it all in to today's busy schedules. I am excited to be participating in this blog swap meet today! Many thanks to The Quest for Noms for hosting my post on their blog. We hope that our wonderful readers will enjoy this little variation from our regular postings!
The theme for our swap today is "Valentine's Day Recipes". I love these holidays that give me an excuse to switch my focus from healthy dinners to some sweet treats! However, these are still kid-friendly, not only because kids love to eat them, but kids also love to make them. This is one of the easiest recipes I have, with only 3 ingredients, just a few steps, and no baking!

Only 3 ingredients and no baking make for a really happy Valentine's Day for everyone!

This recipe turned out wonderfully. The crunchy-sweet combination of the vanilla wafer cookies and the white chocolate coating make these adorable goodies a perfect Valentine's treat for kids and adults alike. You can vary the decor as well if you like, using red candy melts to drizzle some bright Valentine's Day color on the cookies, or little heart sprinkles, or you can even press some heart shaped cake decorations into the chocolate before it hardens. The possibilities are endless!

Only 3 ingredients and no baking make for a really happy Valentine's Day for everyone!
3 Ingredient Valentine Crunch Cookies
Ingredients:
  • 1 box vanilla wafer cookies (you will need approximately 40)
  • 1 (12 ounce) package white chocolate chips or white candy melts
  • red sugar sprinkles
Instructions:
  1. Melt the white chocolate chips in the microwave, on 50% power, stirring often, until smooth.
  2. Dip each vanilla wafer cookie in the melted chocolate, covering completely.
  3. Place the coated cookie on wax paper, and sprinkle with red sugar.
  4. When all the cookies are coated and sprinkled, place the wax paper in the refrigerator for an hour to allow the white chocolate to harden.
  5. Store finished cookies in an airtight covered container.
Thanks again to The Quest for Noms for posting my blog swap Valentine's Day recipe! Please feel free to stop by my blog (Dizzy Busy and Hungry) and see what else I have cooked up lately!
Enjoy, and Happy Valentine's Day!
Kristin -

Below the collage are links to all of the posts that participated in our

Blog Swap Meet: Valentine's Day Recipes

Hosted by

Edward from If You Can Read, You Can Cook and Kristin from Dizzy Busy and Hungry

Stop by and visit them all!

vday blog swap meet collage

If You Can Read, You Can Cook posted on Anyonita Nibbles

Anyonita Nibbles posted on If You Can Read, You Can Cook

The Dinner Pages posted on Chef Mireille's East West Realm

Chef Mireille's East West Realm posted on The Dinner Pages

Dizzy Busy and Hungry posted on The Quest for Noms

The Quest for Noms posted on Kneaded Creations

Kneaded Creations posted on Dizzy Busy and Hungry

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