Here's the break down on those. They're SO easy...really.
1/2 cup of all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon of almond extract
2 large egg whites
3 tbsp vegetable oil
1 1/2 tsp of cornstarch
1/4 tsp of salt
3 tsp of water
1) Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
2) Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl.
3) Spoon a tablespoon of batter onto a cookie sheet and spread it out in a 4" circle.
4) Bake 5 minutes or until edges are golden brown around the edges.
5) Quickly remove from cookie sheet, place fortune inside and fold in half and then bend cookie over the edge of a cup or a mug to get it curvy. Place in a muffin tin until cooled so that it retains its shape.
I dipped these in pink candy melt and added some little chocolate sprinkles just to make them festive, but they're pretty cute just plain, too.
And then I put one in each of the kids lunches. Cute, huh?
I made enough to spread some fortune cookie love around the neighborhood, and put them into cute little Chinese take out boxes.
I would totally make these again. It took me an hour to make 17, and except for the part where I burned my fingers every time I tried to fold one, it was really easy.
Then Mack and I made heart shaped sugar cookies for his class and he finished up his Valentines. We found these cute fishbowl printables on Etsy and just added a few Swedish fish.
4th graders are so easy to please. Mack's teacher and I decided a few weeks ago that simple would be the best plan for this party.
So, I bought white bags for them to decorate...
...then they passed out all their Valentines...
and we played a few games...like stacking conversation hearts. Pretty fun!
Oh, and here's the best part...when I got home there were steaks marinating and THESE on my counter...
Hope your Valentine's Day has been great and that lots of love has been floating around your space! <3