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Chocolate Dipped Fortunes :)

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I'm calling them cheater because I didn't bake my fortune cookies, but they came out so dang cute, I just had to share icon_smile.gif I can't wait to make them for friends, teachers & co-workers! Full details and pictures linked below, thanks for looking! Andrea

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post #2 of 6
wow it is looks nice i hope the taste is too nice and yummy...........................





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post #3 of 6
Those look great! What recipe did you use for dipping?
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post #4 of 6
Those are darling.

I missed my last San Diego Cake Club meeting and was told they warmed fortune cookies (?) in the microwave (?) and were able to remove the original fortune and put in a NEW fortune, then re-form the cookies. I won't have details until I get the monthly newsletter with instructions and photos.
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That's right Christina. They don't take long in the microwave (depending on how many you are doing of course). The same trick can be done with sugar ice cream cones too, if you want to cut them down in size.

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post #6 of 6
hey there! thanks for sharing! that was so nice of you!
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