These chocolate covered Oreo Cookies, Champagne Jell-o and chocolate dipped fortune cookies make easy New Years Eve No-Bake Treats to share.
New Years Eve No-Bake Treats
Whoa! New Year’s Eve has snuck up on me. Of course I would get sick the day after Christmas and fall behind scheduled. However, I guess that if I had to get sick, this would be the optimal time to do so. These No-Bake treats were a breeze to make and even with a head cold and chest congestion, I managed to pull it off! There’s no excuse not to have something fun for your New Year’s Party!
I’m loving these candy dipped Fortune Cookies! The black and white with the touch of gold and silver just make them so elegant and so much more than just fortune cookies.
Chocolate Dipped Fortune Cookies
The week before Christmas I was looking up fortune cookie recipes to make some, but then I just ran out of time. It’s a good thing that you can pick up a box of them at the grocery store. Look for them in the Asian food section. Mine were located down on the bottom shelf.
They would also be perfect for a Great Gatsby themed party or even a count down to 21 party!
The best thing about these no-bake treats is that they can be made several days in advance. The jello can stay in the fridge for a week and the Fortune Cookies and Oreos can be made two weeks in advance. As long as the candy is kept away from the heat, they will be fine on your counter in an airtight container.
Candy Dipped Fortune Cookies
Don't sweat the small stuff. Take some pre-made cookies and coat them in candy coating and add some fancy sprinkles for a quick and easy dessert table.
- 1 box Fortune Cookies
- Black Candy Coating
- White Candy Coating
- Black, white, gold, and silver sprinkles
- Unwrap the Fortune Cookies and line a cookie sheet with wax paper.
- Melt the black candy coating in a microwave safe bowl and stir until smooth. 1 minute on high followed by 45 seconds on 70% power.
- Mix your sprinkles together in a bowl.
- Dip the fortune cookie into the candy and shake off the excess. Add the sprinkles to the wet candy on both sides. Place the cookie down on the wax paper to dry. Dip half the cookies in black.
- Repeat the process with the white candy.
- Allow to dry completely before storing or serving.
- These can be covered with plastic wrap or put into a air tight container for up to two weeks. As long as they are kept out of heat vents or warm temperatures, they can be left on the counter.
by Karyn Granrud