Melt half of the chocolate.
Put all ingredients together and mix well. For twenty small heaps on
a greased baking tray and bake the cookies 12 minutes at 175 degrees
This cookie was invented
by Elodie, the daughter of
Worldcook, who named
it "bee cookies" because of the use of honey (not because the cookies
are striped yellow and brown).
Mix all ingredients
and put in the fridge for half an hour. Line two baking trays with parchment
and make 18 heaps of batter. Flatten the heaps into thin circles with
the wet back of a spoon. Bake the cookies 12 minutes at 175 degrees
Celsius. Put a small strip of paper
with a wish inside and fold the cookies in half, and again in half,
as on the picture. Work fast, the cookies will only fold when they are
really hot. If the cookies become too hard, put them back into the oven
for a few minutes.
Fortune cookies: even though we normally associate
fortune cookies with Chinese tradition, in China itself the cookies
are rarely served, according to Jennifer 8 Leigh in the book
fortune cookie chronicles". Apparently, they were
first served in the beginning of the 20th century in California
by Chinese immigrants and their concept is based on