Mend a broken heart with these Nutter Butter Chocolate Covered Hearts! These cookies are the perfect treat for Valentine’s Day.

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! I always like to do something fun and special for the kids but it also has to be quick and easy. These Nutter Butter Chocolate Covered Hearts are just that!

Nutter Butter Cookies are so versatile and you can use them for just about any holiday. From football cookies to flip flop cookies, the possibilities are endless!

Tips for making Nutter Butter Chocolate Covered Hearts:

  • If you are having a hard time cutting your Nutter Butter Cookies in half, use a serrated knife with a rocking back and forth motion.
  • Don’t worry if part of the cookie breaks when you cut it! Once you cover it in chocolate, you’ll never be able to tell!
  • Use the white chocolate to hold the two pieces of the heart together. Allow it to dry until dip the entire cookie in the melted white chocolate.

Other Nutter Butter Cookie ideas you might like:

Ready to make these Nutter Butter Chocolate Covered Hearts?

Nutter Butter Chocolate Covered Hearts

To make these Nutter Butter Chocolate Covered Hearts, you will need white melting wafers, Valentine’s Day sprinkles, and, of course, Nutter Butter cookies.

Melt your white chocolate melting wafers according to directions. While the chocolate is melting, cut your Nutter Butters on a diagonal.

When you put them back together, they will form hearts!

Dip one half of your Nutter Butter heart in the melted white chocolate. Use this to put the hearts together. Lay on parchment paper to dry.

Once dry, dip the entire heart in the melted white chocolate.

Place on parchment paper and top with your favorite Valentine’s Day sprinkles.

Dry on parchment paper before enjoying!

Nutter Butter Chocolate Covered Hearts

Ingredients

  • Nutter Butter Cookies
  • white melting chocolate wafers
  • Valentine's Day sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Melt your white chocolate melting wafers according to directions. While the chocolate is melting, cut your Nutter Butters on a diagonal. When you put them back together, they will form hearts!
  2. Dip one half of your Nutter Butter heart in the melted white chocolate. Use this to put the hearts together. Lay on parchment paper to dry.
  3. Once dry, dip the entire heart in the melted white chocolate.
  4. Place on parchment paper and top with your favorite Valentine’s Day sprinkles.

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