Did this around Valentine's Day.
They come out pretty yummy.
-I strongly recommend starting off with baking 2 at a time first. You will need the cookies to be hot still to fold them into the shape or they will break on you.
-Because they're hot I also suggest you use gloves so you don't burn your fingers.
-I put my finished ones in a muffin tin so they would maintain their shape while cooling off.
I've never had home-made fortune cookies before and I'm not Chinese so it's not like family has made them before. They're nothing like the mass-produced ones, though, they're softer and a little chewier in some spots. They taste almost the same to me. I really enjoyed making them and eating them; speaking of making time you'll need to make sure you have enough time to make these. I spent over an hour making just one batch and that's because I would bake 2 at a time and such.