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Fortune Cupcakes tell of a sugary treat in your future

Fortune Cupcake Fortune Cupcakes tell of a sugary treat in your future
There’s a pretty good chance that you’ve had a fortune cookie at least once in your life. I say at least once, because the other times you just break the cookie in half and read your fortune without actually eating the cookie part. If you want a new twist on a old favorite, and are a fan of cupcakes, then you’re going to love this.

Fortune Cupcakes are a way for you to enjoy the treat that comes with your fortune, without having to break the thing open and get crumbs everywhere. The cupcakes are not pre-made (you’ll have to do that part yourself), but it does come with 75 cupcake liners, and 30 different fortunes. Of course, you never know if a fortune is actually going to be correct, but you can always hope for the best. There is a recipe and design booklet that will come with this $18 set, and it would be great fun for parties or themed dinner nights.

Fun fact: I once received a fortune that read¬† “You are not illiterate.” Needless to say, I was happy it was right.

 Fortune Cupcakes tell of a sugary treat in your future

caitlyn – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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