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valentines day biscuits made with pink wafer biscuits dipped into white chocolate and sprinkled with heart shaped cake sprinkles

A super sweet Valentine’s Day treat! Make your own pink wafer Valentines biscuits with our super easy and delicious chocolate biscuit recipe.

This is a lovely, easy little Valentines biscuit recipe using pink wafer biscuits, white chocolate and gorgeously pretty heart shaped cake sprinkles.

This is a great little chocolate biscuit recipe for making with the kids to celebrate Valentine’s Day. And everyone loves pink wafer biscuits – don’t they?!

They’re easy to make and look so cute! You could even gift them, simply wrapped in lovely decorative tissue paper and popped in a nice box.

Pink Wafer Valentines Biscuit Ingredients

ingredients for pink wafer valentines biscuits with white chocolate and heart sprinkles
  • 20 pink wafer biscuits
  • 200g white chocolate – you could swap this for dark or milk chocolate, just use your favourite
  • 50g heart shaped sprinkles – I bought mine from Sprinkles & Toppers online, they’ve loads of gorgeously pretty colours and styles
grey marble pot filled with heart shaped cake sprinkles in pink and red colours

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How To Make Pink Wafer Valentines Day Biscuits

  • Melt the white chocolate – firstly melt the chocolate, I do this by breaking the chocolate into squares and putting them into a metal or glass jug and just standing it in a pan of boiling water – stirring until the chocolate melts
pink wafers dipped into white chocolate and laid on greaseproof paper - pot of heart sprinkles by the side
  • Dip the pink wafers into chocolate – next take your pink wafers and dip them into the melted white chocolate, give them a little wiggle to remove any excess chocolate and places them on a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper.
  • Sprinkle with hearts – whilst the chocolate is still melted and warm, sprinkle over the heart shaped sugar sprinkles.
pink wafer biscuits dipped into white chocolate and sprinkled with heart shaped cake sprinkles
  • Refrigerate – put the tray of pink wafer Valentines biscuits into the fridge whilst the chocolate sets. This should take around 1-2 hours.
  • Serve – to serve just use a fish slice or spatula to slide the biscuits off the greaseproof paper and then serve – I like to decorate the serving plate with a little edible glitter…. for added sparkle!
valentines day biscuits made with pink wafer biscuits dipped into white chocolate and sprinkled with heart shaped cake sprinkles

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Make Pink Wafer Valentines Biscuits Your Way…

valentines day biscuits made with pink wafer biscuits dipped into white chocolate and sprinkled with heart shaped cake sprinkles

You can just use the general idea of our chocolate biscuit recipe to make your own decorated biscuits for Valentines Day.

You can make these little Valentines biscuits using different ingredients – whatever you like, try…

  • Using different biscuits – try making these Valentines Day cookies with Oreo biscuits, chocolate fingers, custard creams, cookies, whichever biscuits you like
  • Using different chocolate – make our Valentines biscuits using different types of chocolate – try milk or dark chocolate or even flavoured chocolate… you could melt chocolate orange or sea salted caramel chocolate.
  • Using different sprinkles – try making the heart biscuits with different sprinkles – choose different colours, or even stars and flowers instead of hearts.

For more ideas on how to celebrate Valentine’s Day check out our Valentine’s Day collection here. 

More heart shaped food for Valentine’s Day

  • Chocolate Love Hearts – make cute little chocolate hearts at home and decorate with sprinkles and edible glitter

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Yield: Makes 20

Pink Wafer Valentines Biscuits

Super sweet little Valentines biscuits

Prep Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 20 pink wafer biscuits 
  • 200g white chocolate 
  • 50g heart sprinkles 

Instructions

  1. Firstly melt the chocolate, I do this by breaking the chocolate into squares and putting them into a metal or glass jug and just standing it in a pan of boiling water – stirring until the chocolate melts
  2. Next take your pink wafers and dip them into the melted white chocolate, give them a little wiggle to remove any excess chocolate and places them on a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper.
  3. Whilst the chocolate is still melted and warm, sprinkle over the hearts shaped sugar sprinkles.
  4. Put the tray of pink wafer Valentines biscuits into the fridge whilst the chocolate sets. This should take around 1-2 hours.
  5. To serve just use a fish slice or spatula to slide the biscuits off the greaseproof paper and then serve – I like to decorate the serving plate with a little edible glitter…. for added sparkle!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

20

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 95Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 42mgCarbohydrates: 12gFiber: 0gSugar: 8gProtein: 1g

Nutritional content will vary depending on the exact ingredients you use and how careful you are with measuring - this nutritional information is given as a general guide only and may not be accurate - you should always calculate your own nutritional information especially if you have specific dietary requirements.

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