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Fruit Roll-Up Fortune Cookies

Valentine’s Day is known for its decadent desserts and sweet treats. But for those who aren’t up for an elaborate mess in the kitchen or just want a break from chocolate, these no-bake Valentine’s Fortune “Cookies” are a perfect treat for the fourteenth. Made with Fruit Roll-Ups, they’re quick and easy to make so little ones can definitely help assemble them. Customized notes add a personal touch and with no prep time or mess to clean up, you can spend more time enjoying the day with your valentines. 

 

 

 

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Photo (and tutorial) via She Knows

 

 

 

You’ll need Fruit Roll-Ups, a two-inch round cookie cutter, parchment paper and a fine-point permanent marker.

 

 

 

First thing’s first: create your fortunes. Cut thin strips of parchment paper to fit in the cookies. It’s important to use parchment because regular paper will stick to the Fruit Roll-Up. On the fortunes, write your cute messages or predictions with permanent marker. Remember, they make permanent markers in just about every color now!

 

 

 

Now, on to the cookies. Unroll your Fruit Roll-Up, cut it into four squares, and lay them out flat. Try mixing different flavors and colors for an added layering. Stack them on top of each other and press down the cookie cutter. Layering a few like this will help give the cookie some body and hold its shape. Place a message in the center of the circle and gently fold it in half. Pull each corner inward while creasing the center with your finger until you see the shape of a fortune cookie. You may have to pinch it this way until the shape holds.

 

 

 

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Photo (and fully edible version!) via Tablespoon

 

 

 

Now spread the love and pass out your cookies to all your valentines. These make great party favors, classroom snacks, or bake sale items –they’re sure to stand out in a sea of cookies and cupcakes. What fun V-Day treat alternatives do you love?

 

 

 

Posted by: Lzahn, on February 8th, 2014 at 6:03pm.

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