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Personalize your Valentine’s sweets with conversation heart cookies

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Make a statement this Valentine’s Day with the Swedish Bakery’s conversation heart cookies. It’s a perfect option for last-minute gift givers that makes it look like you put a lot more effort into your choice.

You’ve probably eaten dozens of those conversation heart candies, but the sayings are usually better than their taste. Take that fun heart-shaped candy idea and make it into something personal and delicious.

Located in Andersonville, the Swedish Bakery specializes in European pastries and cakes. This year they’re creating a new conversation with heart-shaped cookies similar in appearance to those classic candies. These are short dough cookies topped with white chocolate frosting that you can then personalize with up to five words on top.

Whether it’s your beau’s name, a friendly saying, a joke or those three magic words, you can put whatever you’d like on top if it’s under the five-word limit.

These personalized cookies are $3.25 each and you can order as many as you’d like. You can call (773) 561-8919 or stop by the store to place your order. Whether it’s one special message or a dozen for the office, it’ll be one special surprise on Valentine’s Day.

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