These vegan Fortune Cookies are perfect for New Years Eve, you can insert your own fortunes for your friends, family & colleagues.
I hope you all had a wonderful new years eve! I know, I know, it’s too late to post a Fortune Cookies Recipe now, but better now than never, right? I made these for new years eve, obviously. And of course, in there are some super cool self-written fortunes. They are little bit pinkish, because I added beet juice to the dough. (Have I mentioned that I love coloring desserts with beet juice?)
The first ones were super hard to make because I was constantly burning my fingers, because you have to form the dough while it’s still hot, otherwise it will get too hard and will break. And then I had the glorious idea of putting band-aids on my fingers under a kitchen-safe plastic glove. It worked so much better after that! I’ve added a youtube-video below that shows how to fold them, because it’s kind of hard explaining it well enough. I’ve used a Silicone Baking Mat for making these, this definitely helped.
- Pre-heat the oven to 400°F/200°C.
- In a mixing bowl add in all the ingredients given above, but add the water spoon for spoon. Whip with a handmixer. Your batter shouldn't be too thick. You can check the consistency of the batter in the video below.
- On a silicone baking mat put a teaspoon of the batter and spread it with a spoon in a circle. Place two circles on the mat and put it in the oven.
- When the circles starten to brown on the sides, take them out. (The next steps have to happen quickly, because once the cookie get cold, you can form it anymore)
- Scrap if off the mat, flip it, place a fortune sheet on it, pinch one side on the other and press the whole cookie over the side of a glass to bring it in a fortune cookie form. The cookie is still hot, so I covered my fingers with some band-aids and kitchen-safe plastic gloves.
- Put the cookie in a muffin tray, so it stays in the form while it hardens.
- Repeat for the rest :)
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The Fortune Cookies in the video are not vegan, but it shows the process of making them very well!