This post was sponsored Tai Pei, all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Oh it is the most wonderful time of the year! No seriously, it is and I am so excited this year! Holiday season brings so many great memories but so much to do, hello busy schedule. Like I said, I am ready….yes, I have started listening to Christmas music…go ahead, judge me.
Often times when you think of “fast food” the words real, pure and no preservatives are not included in that category. Tai Pei has changed that with these single serving entrees. The all new, great tasting entrees are made with real, pure ingredients, and no preservatives or artificial ingredients.
Chocolate Drizzled Fortune Cookies
New packaging also makes Tai Pei quick and simple to prepare in just minutes in the microwave. Tai Pei entrees offer a wide range of choices each made with flavor-infused rice. Chicken Fried Rice and Sweet and Sour Chicken might be my favorites so far but I am excited to try the Orange Chicken for my next quick meal!
GiGi Eats Celebrities says
Those are GORGEOUS – the drizzle is SPOT ON 😉
Melanie @ bear rabbit bear says
Those chocolate covered cookies look delicious. They would be cute for a party. I will have to keep them in mind with the holiday parties coming up.
Fashion Beyond Forty says
I LOVE Tai Pei frozen meals and notice they seem to have more food in them since the change to their packaging! This brand is one of my husband's favorites too. I also LOVE fortune cookies! They make me happy and are such fun and taste yummy too! Yours look even better than what I enjoy so I am totally making them!
I have tried a couple of their meals and really liked them. They are perfect for the nights I work late and eat in the office. These cookies look amazing!
Alison Rost says
I visited my son and daughter-in-law last week and they had some Tai Pei meals in their cupboard. He said he eats them all of the time for lunch. I love your chocolate drizzled fortune cookies. Too cute. Maybe the extra chocolate will bring me good luck in the fortune department? x
Shelley King says
We really like the Tai Pei meals! Everyone in my family loves fortune cookies also. As a fellow blogger i giggled a little at the recipe saying take the fortune cookies out of the wrappers. Every time I write a recipe i laugh at the things I have to put in the directions. I love it!!!
Tina Butler says
I've tried the Tai Pei and they are so good. What a great idea for fortune cookies.
LaToyia Dennis says
I keep saying that im going to try Tai Pei but havent yet. I must, and i must make these cookies. My son loves fortune cookies.
Amy @ Marvelous Mommy says
I never eat the fortune cookies but I might if they were drizzled with chocolate! That sweet and sour chicken looks really yummy! We don't have a good Asian or Chinese food place near us (sad, i know) so I'll have to pick up a few of these when I need my fix.
Crystal VanTassel-Lopez says
We love Tai Pei meals!!! I also love that you took a regular ol' fortune cookie and made it AMAZING. I never ever would have thought to do that. I bet they would be great sprinkled with pistachios!
Danielle Porter says
My kids would love making these! You could probably use white chocolate too and color it to match any holiday or event!