Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Kids in the Kitchen - Fortune Cookies

Welcome to this weeks Kids in the Kitchen and it's a new month so new linky time. Thank you to everyone who linked up last month, I really enjoyed reading all your recipes that you made with your little ones and have saved them all on my Pinterest Board for Kids in the Kitchen.

I'd like to say a big thank you to Tickle Fingers for joining in with recipes for Cheesy Biscuits and Courgette and Carrot bites which we were so impressed with we made our own :)



I'd like to send an extra big hug to the lovely Miss T a regular little chef here on Kids in the Kitchen and currently nursing a broken foot :( Get well soon Miss T from The Beesley Buzz

Fortune Cookies


This weeks recipe comes from a Weekend Box that I was sent to review. The box is full of fun activities for your child and I'll be writing up a full review of the contents of my box very soon so do watch out for that. If you want to try out a weekend box for free, or even just find out more then please visit https://www.weekendboxclub.com/main/splash and enter code ANNE58 for your free box.

Ingredients:

4 Large wholemeal tortilla wraps
6 Chunks chocolate
2 tbs olive oil
2 tbs golden syrup
toppings, seed mix and strawberry pieces (provided in weekend box)

Method:

These are really easy to make and we've put a little video together to show you how.
First we made the fortunes by writing them on 12 small strips of paper. We cut 3 circles from each tortilla wrap and put the fortune in the middle. We used a little olive oil to seal the wrap as we folded it over, then we folded it again and placed it in a muffin tin.
When they were all folded we baked them for five minutes until crispy.
Then we dipped some in chocolate and some in golden syrup and sesame seeds. The weekend box also provided strawberries pieces but Boo didn't want to use these.






So now it's over to you, get in the kitchen with your kids and come and share what you've cooked,
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4 comments:

  1. Welcome back! Thanks for the mention - those Carrot & Courgette Bites look great - might have to get youngest to make some more when she gets home from preschool! Got some 3-ingredient Valentine biscuits you might like. I'll link up now.

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  2. oooh Yummy, I can't wait :) of course it might help if I opened the linky...ooops! done it now.

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  3. thank you for the hugs for Miss T. So frustrating as they still haven't got to the bottom of it. Plaster off yesterday but swollen worse than ever. Going back next week again to see doctor. Fortune cookies are such a fun thing to make with the kids - i always imagined they would be really tricky but you've inspired us! x

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    1. Poor Miss T :( These are very simple fortune cookies, I was surprised by how they actually tasted like the real ones as the wraps go all crispy when baked. (I've always found the fortunes a little annoying though, but they wouldn't be fortune cookies without them)

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