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Sweet Fortune Cookies


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Ingredients

Chilled 9-inch piecrust
Cornstarch
3-inch-wide round cookie cutter or drinking glass
Rolling pin or glass.
Nontoxic marker
Slips of paper
Water
Colored sugar
Cookie sheet


1. Lay a chilled 9-inch piecrust on a cornstarch-dusted surface.


Cut out 3-inch-wide circles with a round cookie cutter or drinking glass.


To use all the dough, roll out the scraps with a pin or a cornstarch-dusted glass.


2. Use a nontoxic marker to write fortunes on slips of paper and place one in the center of each dough circle.


Fold the circle in half, then pinch and fold the ends together, as shown.


3. Brush the top of each cookie with water, then sprinkle on colored sugar.


Place the cookies on an ungreased cookie sheet about an inch apart, sugar side up.


Bake them until lightly browned, about 20 minutes, and let them cool before removing them from the pan.


Makes about 16 cookies.


*Some word choices for the "fortune":


Valentine


Cupid


Love


You're Sweet


Be Mne


Sweet


Friendship


Romantic


Cute


Only You


Sweet Talk


Be My Love


Forever


Heart Throb


Sweetheart


Romance


True Love


Flowers


Chocolate


Infactuation


Pairs Well With


Notes

This recipe came from FamilyFun magazine's website.

Link for pictures: http://jas.familyfun.go.com/recipefinder/display?id=50319

Topped with sugar and filled with well wishes, these colorful confections make a memorable treat.

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