You and your guests will love these fun Vampire Teeth Cookies at your Halloween gatherings. They are super easy to make using just a few very simple ingredients. Halloween cookies that are tasty and spooky!
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💡 The recipe in a nutshell
- Halloween fortune cookies
- Vegan (no eggs & dairy free)
- Made with simple ingredients
- Quick recipe: ready in 30 minutes
- No baking required
- Spooky looking - perfect for Halloween parties and gatherings
👩🏽🍳 How to make vampire teeth cookies
Making these vampire teeth cookies is super easy. By using store-bought, pre-made fortune cookies you don’t have to make the cookie dough from scratch. Saving you lots of time and hassle! (If you prefer it, you can always bake fortune cookies from scratch and use those, of course.)
In simple steps:
- Melt some white (vegan) chocolate
- Dip your cookies in it and place them on a parchment paper lined sheet
- Let the chocolate harden
- Prepare edible blood out of a smooth jam and red food coloring
- Dip the tips in it to resemble the tip of vampire teeth shortly before serving (or serve “naked” with a bowl of “blood” to dip cookies in)
💭 Common questions
- Where do I find vegan white chocolate? Most white chocolates contain milk and are not vegan. However, there are some brands out there that make vegan white chocolate. One of our favorites to use is Pascha Organic White Chocolate Chips, which we usually purchase in bulk online. As an alternative, make your own vegan white chocolate from scratch at home!
- How to store? Store chocolate-covered cookies without “blood” tips in an air-tight jar in the fridge for up to 4 to 6 days. With blood tips eat immediately, or wipe off, to prevent softening.
Vampire Teeth Cookies
- 15 Ty Ling fortune cookies (1 package + 1 extra in case cookies break)
- ½ cup vegan white chocolate more if needed
- ½ cup smooth and seedless red jam (such as raspberry or strawberry)
- 3 tablespoon filtered water
- ¼ teaspoon vegan red gel food coloring more if wished
- Unpack 1 package of Ty Ling fortune cookies. Line a baking sheet with parchment. In a clean microwave-safe bowl, microwave ½ cup of white chocolate for 30-45 seconds. Stir until smooth and melted.
- Dip the fortune cookie into the white chocolate, making sure the top side is completely covered and no chocolate flows into the sides. (If you are worried about the fortunes getting stuck in chocolate you can remove them with tweezers beforehand. Add them to a bowl for your guests to pick a fortune out of there instead. However, I never had issues with them being covered in chocolate.)
- Add to the baking sheet and let sit to harden completely.
Prepare edible blood
- Once the chocolate has hardened completely, prepare edible blood by placing jam, 3 tablespoons of filtered water, and ¼ teaspoon of vegan red gel food coloring in a small bowl. Whisk together until the jam has a thin, smooth consistency and is bright red.
- To serve, dip the tips of the fortune cookie in edible blood and assemble on a spooky serving platter. Store any leftover edible blood in an air-tight container in the fridge. If the cookies are part of a candy bar it is best to serve them "naked" with a bowl of edible blood to dip in. Enjoy!
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