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Edible Confetti Sprinkles Cake Cookie Cupcake Quins Easter Pink Bunnies 8 Ounces

Edible Confetti Sprinkles Cake Cookie Cupcake Quins Easter Pink Bunnies 8 Ounces

Edible Confetti Sprinkles Cake Cookie Cupcake Quins Easter Pink Bunnies 8 Ounces

  • 8 Ounces of Confetti
  • Edible
  • Long shelf life
  • Just Sprinkle on baked goods
  • Kosher Certified

You are purchasing 8 ounces of edible confetti (reduced price)

Great for decorating cakes,candy,ice cream and lots more.
Packaged in a ziplock bag in the factory.

List Price: $ 7.45

Price: $ 3.30

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Has anyone tried the Cuisinart Electric cookie press?

Question by SallY: Has anyone tried the Cuisinart Electric cookie press?
I can’t find any reviews on this product. This is my first cookie press that I received for christmas.
I don’t want to know what kind you use, prefer, just if you have used this one.. Thank you!

Best answer:

Answer by Corvato
sorry no

it sounds like a uni-tasker, and I agree with Alton Brown about uni-taskers… there is ONLY 1 uni-tasker in my kitchen: the fire extinguisher.

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PLAY DOH Cookie Monster EASTER BUNNY decorates Easter Cookie Playdough Eating Cookies

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Cookie Recipes : Recipes for Sugar-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

For sugar-free chocolate chip cookies, you’ll need Splenda as well as sugar-free chocolate chips. Put together this great recipe with help from a pastry chef…

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How do they put the strip of fortune inside the fortune cookie?

Question by DONNIE D: How do they put the strip of fortune inside the fortune cookie?
Hello everyone. I have always wondered how the stuff that little piece of paper inside the fortune cookie with out it burning when the cokie is heated up and what not. Anywayz, I was hoping to learn how to make my own fortune cookie so I can give a really messed up fortune to my friend. A fortune that would say somethin like, ” John, YOUr going to DIE today”.
lol, please advise. Thanks

Best answer:

Answer by Rated [R] DXJokerDX
Fortune cookies are a lot of fun to make – it’s great writing up your own customized fortunes to put inside the cookie. Besides, homemade fortune cookies always taste better than store bought! The only drawback is that the basic recipe is not very forgiving – deviate from it a bit, and you may wind up with cookies that are impossible to fold and shape without breaking. These basic tips will help you learn how to make fortune cookies. Read them over, and then try this basic fortune cookie recipe.

1. Make Up the Fortunes Ahead of Time
This will give you more time to compose the messages. The strips of paper used should be 3 to 3 1/2 inches long and no more than 1/2-inch wide.
2. Use Cold Baking Sheets
Fortune cookies tend to turn out best when you start with a cold (and greased) baking sheet. Since most recipes make more cookies than can be placed on one 9 X 13-inch baking sheet (the cookies spread out during baking), it’s best to use two baking sheets. That way, you don’t need to wait for the sheet to cool down before baking the next batch of cookies.
3. Cookie Size: Larger is Better
Many fortune cookie recipes call for making a 3-inch cookie. A cookie this size is more difficult to work with and fold than a slightly larger (3 1/2 – 4-inch) cookie. Another plus is that the larger cookie fits snugly into the cup of a muffin tin. This saves you from having to hold the cookie for several seconds after folding, to make sure it keeps its shape. My own preference is to use one level tablespoon of batter to make a 4-inch cookie.
4. Tilt the Baking Sheet to Spread the Batter
The key to making fortune cookies is a batter that is evenly spread out on the baking sheet. This can be difficult to accomplish with a wooden spoon, since the batter tends to stick to the spoon. Carefully tilting the baking sheet in all directions gives better results.
5. Start By Making Only One or Two Cookies
The instant the cookies are removed from the oven, the race begins: you have twenty seconds at most to add the fortunes, fold the cookies in half and then shape them into the standard fortune cookie shape. It’s best to start with one or two cookies – that way, you’re not feeling pressured.
6. How to Tell When the Cookies are Done
The cookies are done when approximately 1/2 inch of the outside is golden and they are easy to lift with a spatula. The middle part of the cookie remains quite light in color.
7. Wear Close Fitting Cotton Gloves
You need to work with the cookies when they first come out of the oven and are still very hot – wearing cotton gloves makes this easier.
8. Be Prepared to Work Quickly
As noted above, you only have up to twenty seconds to work with the baked cookies before they cool down and stiffen too much to be workable.
9. How to Fold and Shape the Cookies
Remove the cookie from the baking sheet with a spatula and flip it over in your hand. Lay the fortune in the middle of the cookie, and hold it there while folding the cookie in half.

Still holding the the folded cookie in both hands, between your thumb and index fingers, pull the ends down over the rim of a glass or a muffin tin, or the handle of a wooden spoon, until the ends meet. The opened side of the fortune cookie should be facing upward, towards you.

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Fortune cookie question?

Question by hurley59gurl: Fortune cookie question?
Can you give me an example of when a fortune came true from these? and if you know history behind the fortune itself, that would be awesome. Thank you

Best answer:

Answer by gabrielbeware
it depends on your interpretation. but if you want a realistic Cookie then click on link!

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