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Make Heart-Shaped Sugar Cookies at Your Gilbert Apartment

a heart-shaped tin containing decorated heart-shaped sugar cookies perfect for Valentine's Day at your apartment.

In case you hadn’t noticed, The Liv Northgate Blog is excited about Valentine’s Day, coming up this week! And what says it’s Valentine’s Day more than heart-shaped everything. One of quintessential images of Valentine’s Day is the heart-shaped, decorated sugar cookie, so we found a recipe to share from This recipe creates a moist, tender sugar cookie. The submitter of the recipe says, “Rich and delicious cut-out cookies - wonderful for special holiday celebrations! These are the best cut-out cookies the long line of bakers in our family has ever found.”

Check out these ideas for how to decorate your heart-shaped cookies.There are so many clever (and delicious) ways to say I Love You via cookies! If you want to dry a different type of frosting or icing, these options will be a good place to start. Pair your cookies with a flower or balloon bouquet and deliver the bundle to your favorite valentine!  

Just for fun, we have some Valentine’s Day trivia questions from HobbyLark for you to enjoy. You may want to brush up on your history about the origins of Valentine’s Day first!

— ‘Valentine’ was the name given to which kind of early Christian? Martyrs.

— What was St Valentine being executed for? Performing marriages in secret, against the wishes of the emperor.

— What kind of flowers are traditionally given to symbolize love? Red roses.

— Which Roman god was either depicted as a plump cherub with a bow and arrow or as a handsome teenager? Cupid.

— If you’re quick to show your feelings, where do you wear your heart? On your sleeve.

— Which symbol does New York’s Empire State Building illuminate on every Valentine’s Day? A heart.

We want to wish everyone in our apartment community a Happy Valentine’s Day here in Gilbert, AZ! Thanks for reading the Liv Northgate Blog today. See you next time.

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