12 DAYS OF SWEET BLOG TOUR—Candis Terry




12 DAYS OF SWEET BLOG TOUR—Candis Terry


DAY 8:

Sarah Randall (from Sweet Fortune/Confessions of a Secret Admirer Anthology)

The way to a man’s heart might be through his stomach, but I reeled in Sweet, Texas’ sizzling hot Deputy Brady Bennett with a little mystique and some very suggestive fortunes. If you want to add some fun to those nights in front of the cozy fireplace with the one you love, try a few of these. They certainly worked for me.

Holiday Fortune Cookie

Yield: 16 cookies

Ingredients:
2 egg whites from extra large eggs
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup sugar
Handwritten fortunes (that just might suggest getting lucky under the Christmas tree!)
1 cup chocolate chips
Holiday sprinkles for garnish

Directions:
·         Preheat oven to 350ºF. Line a sheet tray with parchment paper or a Silpat.
·         In a large bowl, whisk together the egg whites, vanilla, cinnamon, flour and sugar. The batter will be very loose.
·         Using a small spoon, scoop about 1 tablespoon of batter onto the lined cookie sheet. Use the back of the spoon to smooth the batter into a very thin circular layer. Repeat this process with additional batter to form two or three circles of batter on the cookie sheet.
·         Bake cookies for 5 to 7 minutes, or just till the edges of the cookies begin to brown.
·         Remove the cookies from the oven, place the handwritten fortunes in the centers of the cookies, and then use a flat spatula to very carefully release the cookie from the sheet tray. Fold it in half, then pinch the edges inward to create the fortune cookie shape. Continue this process with the remaining cookies, which will harden within 30 seconds of being formed.
·         Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave in 20-second intervals then dunk the hardened and cooled cookies into the chocolate. Immediately decorate the chocolate-dipped cookies with sprinkles and let harden.


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6 comments

  1. Thank you so much for hosting my tour today! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. If you mean pass on as in skip I would say green bean casserole. Ick lol but if you mean pass on as in sharing I would have to say the sweet potato casserole that my grandma down south taught me to make. It is more like a dessert with brown sugar and coconut and raisins then mini marshmallows browned on the top

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  3. whoops I forgot to leave my email address darholley1@aol.com Thank you for the chance to win such a great gift!!!!

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  4. I always pass on sweet potatoes. Yick - just not my thing. Though I do like sweet potato fries and mashed sweet potatoes, I just don't like that sweet thing with marshmallows at Thanksgiving.

    brookeb811 at gmail dot com

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  5. I pass on sweet patatoes my mother-in-law makes it ever year I just can't eat it :p. Happy Thanksgiving

    amanda_anderson28@aol.com

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  6. I loved Sarah Randall and Deputy Brady Bennett story (from Sweet Fortune/Confessions of a Secret Admirer Anthology)!!!

    I will pass on the Italian desert my mother-in-law always makes for us for Christmas http://cucina.grandinetti.org/recipes/cookies/pita-mpigliata

    tatiana_lwg (at) yahoo.com

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