Kari-Out Vanilla Fortune Cookies, 100 Count by Kari-Out Description
Guests will enjoy reading the lucky messages wrapped inside these panda fortune cookies. These small, crescent shaped cookies are a traditional favorite at Asian dining establishments. Each cookie contains a paper slip with a fortune for guests to read when they break open the cookie. Theyâll love seeing what luck has in store for them, as much as they love eating the fortune cookie itself. The sweet vanilla flavor, crispy texture, and subtle glossy look of fortune cookies make them the perfect after-dinner complement. While fortune cookies are served in Chinese restaurants across America, they are ironically not traditionally served in China. While no one knows exactly where the tradition started, some guess that it began with immigrants in California. Keep the tradition going and serve these cookies when you deliver the guest check at your hibachi grill, Chinese restaurant, or sushi bar. Made from wheat flour, water, sugar, and soybean oil, these cookies may be simple, but they’re guaranteed to put a smile on your patrons faces. Each cookie is individually wrapped in plastic to maintain freshness. Each contains one fortune slip that is translated from Chinese to English.