Chinese Homemade Fortune Cookies Recipe for Chinese New Year! by admin June 20, 2018, 10:43 am 37 Comments Chinese New Year (Holiday)fortune ...fortune cookies recipehomemade fortune cookieshomemade fortune cookies recipehow to make homemade fortune cookies See more Previous article French Onion Beef Sliders Recipe – Cheesy Beef Sliders Next article Homemade Vietnamese Pho Soup Recipe – How to Make Beef Pho Noodle Soup 37 Comments Leave a Reply Absolutely perfect recipe!!!!!! They look like if they were bought Reply thanks! happy new year! Reply Could I add sweet almond oil instead of almond extract? Reply Mine looked great, but they were somewhat chewy on the inside instead of crunchy. Only the rim was crunchy. What's the problem in your opinion? Oven too hot? Reply i also liked your video 😮 Reply i made some and i added some colours for christmas Reply we also add jinger and cinnamon Reply we added some NUTELLA and it was delicious Reply great I want to make thees Reply I bet she watched jojomax12 Reply Here the normal units for non US people 🙂 3 large egg whites150g sugar110g melted buttervanilla extractalmond extract4.5cl water130g flour Reply Awesome! It's nearly impossible to find a fortune cookie in China, but know I know how to make them myself! Reply Yey! Just watched your vid and did it. MY FIRST TIME AND IT came out a good results! 😂😁👍🏻 loving your recipe and video!! Reply Thanks, love your recipe <3 it worked Reply my batter become skin colour Reply do you have to use almond extract Reply These cookies wouldn't come off the paper at ALL!!!! I tried everything!!! Very disappointing. Reply how long do they last?? Reply My husband is so not into sweets, but fortune cookies are his favorite. So I'm putting together a Valentine's gift for him and wanted to include these, but how long will these stay fresh for? Reply cool Reply I made these for a New Year's Eve party and put funny fortunes in them. These were fantastic and tasted great! They were intimidating at first thought, but after watching the video, they were so much easier to make than I thought. Thanks for the play-by-play! Reply Can we use plain flour instead Reply Can I use baking paper? And when I mixed all my ingredients together (I used maple syrup instead of the extracts since I couldn't find one in my country), I got a brownish color rather than white one like the video Reply Having some trouble forming them into circles. The batter is too sticky and the second I try and form the into circles on the baking sheet, the shrink back into blobs. Also, they completely stuck to both my parchment paper and silicone sheet. Reply Love this video. It was so helpful, Thank you! Reply +Fifteen Spatulas Whats An Alternative For A Muffin Tin? Thanks 🙂 Reply I loved the idea! Thanks Reply Do you know if it's better to add cornflour? Or how does the recipe turn out if I reduce the sugar to say 2 Tbsp? Reply Do i have to use almond extract? Reply #subbed Reply Easy and cool love it Reply how many dose it make? Reply can you make cannolis its a italian pastry Reply Thank you fifteen spatula I made these at school today they're delicious But the only thing I would say is they're nicer when they're hot Reply Omg I love your videos so much don't stop posting!!! Reply Your the best fortune cookie maker ever! 🙂 Reply Fortune cookies are actually american. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.