Not only are these graham cracker love letters perfect for the kids to make but they would be awesome for a Valentines party at school too!
Hey guys! I am Abeer And I blog over at CakeWhiz.com, where I share my obsession with desserts and my love for fun crafty food.
I am so happy to be here today and hope you enjoy these edible graham cracker love letters 🙂
One of my favorite things to do is spending time with my 3 year old son in the kitchen. It gets VERY messy but we have the time of our lives! 😀
My little munchkin has been learning about Valentine’s Day at preschool. So, I thought we could try and make love letters out of graham crackers. They are soooooo EASY to make and super cute!
I used graham crackers for this project but you can also use rectangular cut out sugar cookies. Also, I used corn syrup to stick everything in place but you can use frosting or even melted chocolate.
Here’s a love letter my little one made all by himself. I think he did a pretty good job, considering the fact I gave him a small blunt plastic knife!
Seriously, I can’t cut anything with those darn plastic utensils… lol
Are Graham Crackers Gluten Free?
Graham Crackers are made from refined wheat flour.
This means they contain gluten–therefore, they are not gluten free.
There are several gluten free graham crackers available in most stores.
Do Graham Crackers Contain Fiber?
Graham Crackers do contain a small amount of fiber.
One serving contains 2 gram of fiber.
How Long Do Graham Crackers Keep?
An opened package of graham crackers should keep up to 2 months.
Unopened graham crackers will keep for 6-9 months at room temperature.
Graham Cracker Love Letters
- White marshmallow fondant (or store bought fondant)
- Red & pink heart shaped sprinkles
- Graham crackers
- Corn syrup or frosting
- Red edible marker
- Break the graham crackers in half.
- Brush a light coating of corn syrup on top of the cracker.
- Roll out white marshmallow fondant and place the sticky side of the cracker face down on it.
- Cut off excess fondant around the cracker with a knife.
- Use a red edible marker to draw out the envelope details.
- Stick a heart shaped sprinkle in the center, using very little corn syrup.
You can easily find edible markers and marshmallow fondant in the cake decorating aisle at Walmart, Michaels or Hobby Lobby.
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 0 Saturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 0mg Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 0g Protein: 0g