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  1. I adore these cookies and can’t wait to try them!! You are so creative!

  2. Where can you buy cherry extract in Canada?

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      Hi Lisa,
      Here in the U.S., flavor extracts can be found in the baking aisle of any supermarket. I would think it might be the case in Canada as well. If not, Amazon also carries cherry extracts. Or you can use vanilla extract instead.

      1. I checked a few grocery stores and bulk barn, I will have to order from amazon. Thanks!!!

  3. wow your so creative! The paper rolls as a heart stencil is genius!! p.s the images are mouth watering and simply gorgeous! <3

  4. Hey, stumbled upon your blog post recently and decided to make this for V Day!
    If I’m going to make the pink and white pinwheel that is shaped into a heart without the pink or chocolate heart in tbe middle, I should be looking at the first ingredient list right?
    Also, if I changed my mind and decided to make the one with the heart in the middle, do I need to make an extra dough (which is the second ingredient list) specifically for the heart in the middle? Or do I make the same dough and take 1 cup out for the heart and divide the rest into two for the white and pink pinwheel effect?
    I’m sorry if I confused you. I hope you can clear my doubts about the two ingredient lists before valentine!

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      Hi Esther,
      The first ingredient list will make either the pink and white without the heart in the middle or the pink and white with the heart in the middle. If you decide to make a pink heart in the center, yes, you take about 1 cup of the pink dough for the heart. So when you divide the dough to tint one part pink, allot more dough to be tinted pink since you will be removing about 1 cup for the heart. Hope that helps.

  5. Your pinwheel cookies look amazing. Thanks for showing the step-by-step pictorial on how to make the heart shaped dough by just using the otherwise recycled item. That was brilliant! These cookies are perfect for Valentine’s Day.

    1. Author

      Hi Veronica,
      Hope the info was useful. Thanks, and keep in touch.

    1. Author

      Hi Dina,
      Thanks!

  6. WOW! Great presentation and wonderful instructions. I think I will make these for my peeps at work for Valentine’s week. Thank you for sharing. =)

    1. Author

      Hi Shelly,
      Thanks!

  7. Wow, great idea! Thanks for the detailed instruction!

    1. Author

      Hi Anne,
      Hope the info was clear enough. Thanks for the note.

  8. These are just gorgeous!

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