Jan
18

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Hi Everyone! Jenny Raulli from Bloom Designs Online here to share a cute and easy Valentine’s Fortune Cookie gift that is perfect for friends and neighbors.  As a loyal follower of Jamielyn’s, I feel SO fortunate to be contributing on I Heart Nap Time and I thought this feeling would be a great theme for my first post!

With the craziness of the major holidays over, I always try to make some homemade Valentine’s treats for those friends and loved ones that make my life sweeter.  These white chocolate dipped fortune cookies are easy to make and very inexpensive.  When hunting down supplies for this project, I found Chinese take out boxes in lots of colors and designs.  Pink and silver is my absolute favorite color combination and I think it works so well for this holiday.  I purchased individually wrapped fortune cookies in bulk at a big box store.  I think everyone, young or old, loves breaking open these cookies to find their fortune.

Supplies:

  • 8 ounces white melting candies or white chocolate chips
  • Fortune cookies
  • Heart shaped sprinkles
  • Chinese take out box
  • Ribbon
  • Free printable download (for personal use only… please link directly to this post if sharing)
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Instructions:

In a heat proof bowl, microwave white chocolate or melting candies for 40 seconds. Remove and stir well. Heat for 20 more seconds and stir.  Repeat until chocolate is smooth and melted.  Dip half of each fortune cookie in melted chocolate. Gently shake off excess and set on wax paper.

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Let set for about two minutes then place heart shaped sprinkle on the chocolate. This way the sprinkle won’t slide down the cookie.

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Place cookies in a cool spot until chocolate re-hardens.

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Download the tag from here.  Print tag and sign your name.  Tags can be printed on full label sheet so that they can be quickly attached to boxes or they can be printed on card stock and simply glued on.000132

Fill Chinese take out boxes with cookies.  Add your bow and tag and deliver.

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That’s it. I’m sure you’ll get lots of love from the lucky friends that receive these treats.  Thanks so much for stopping by and thanks to Jamielyn for having me!

 

Jenny from Bloom Designs OnlineJenny Raulli is the founder, editor and everything else of Bloom Designs Online. Visit her daily blog for holiday crafts, party inspirtation and ways to make each day a bit more personal or her one stop party shop for fabulous party printables and supplies.  You can also find her on Pinterest and on Facebook. When she’s not blooming, you’ll find her in her most favorite role as wife and stay at home Mommy to her four children!

Jenny Raulli is the editor and everything else of Bloom Designs Online. Her passion for parties, paper, personalized, pretty came from being a stay at home mom to four little ones under eleven. They have lots to celebrate at their house! Party styling is the perfect combination of Jenny’s former life as an art history major and elementary teacher and her most favorite roles- mommy and wife to her husband of 14 years. Her blog is filled with holiday ideas, party planning tips and ways to make each day bloom.

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20 Responses to “Valentine’s Fortune Cookies”

  1. Nicole W

    These are so adorable! And they even look easy enough for me to try. Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. Jen

    How cute are these! Thanks for the great idea. I also love how easy they will be to make with my 4 year old to.

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  3. Cookie Monster

    These look great! I’ve actually tried to do this before but the chocolate just didn’t come out right, even tried to temper it correctly. Surprised you got results like this just from microwaving. Thanks for posting this.

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