Fortune Cookies

Fortune cookies are not just super cool cookies; they are also so YUM!! I think that was the easiest recipe to make and the hardest to shoot. The reason is that there is no proofing time, mix all the ingredients, and you are ready to bake. The thing is to handle the cookie sheet super duper fast once coming out of the oven before they firm. I asked you to give me some fun liners, and I put them in my cookies. It is such an amazing activity to do with friends and kids. I highly recommend baking one cookie at a time (max two). These cookies make me smile every time I see them, and I wanted to share it with you. I want to see more creative phrases in your cookies! You can share your clever liners here in the comments below.


100 gr sugar

2 egg whites

60 gr white flour

40 ml milk (can be replaced with almond or oat milk)

30 gr melted butter

5 gr vanilla

2 gr salt


- Preheat oven to 180C or 350F.

- In a bowl- separate the egg white from the egg yolks. With the egg yolks make pasta :)

- Add the rest of the ingredients to the egg whites besides the flour.

- Whisk well until frothy.

- Add the flour and mix well until you get a homogenous batter, should be a little thinner than a pancake batter.

- Place 1 tablespoon of batter onto a baking sheet and use a spoon to spread into a nice circle.

- Repeat with another batter circle, do not make too many, because you just have a little time to fold them.

- Bake for 10 minutes or until the edges become golden brown. In the meantime, prepare your fortune cookie's liners.

- Work quickly, fold the cookies in half.

- Use the side of your baking tray to fold and bend the cookie into a fortune cookie shape.

- Place the folded fortune cookies in a small bowl or muffin pan to hold the shape until firm, takes about 2 min.

- What's your fortune cookie note tells you today?



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