How Many Calories in a Fortune Cookie

Fortune cookies are the crispy cookies served as desserts with a covered message inside in different Chinese restaurants worldwide. Ingredients required for these cookies are sesame seed oil, flour, vanilla, and sugar. Fortune cookie desserts are available in various styles and in various calorific values.

A twin dragon fortune cookie of 28 g weight contains 100 calories in which 2% calorie come from sodium and 8% calorie come from carbohydrate. Out of these 100 calories of the same amount of fortune cookie contains 46 mg of sodium, 23 g of carbohydrates, 11 g of sugars and only 2 g of protein.

Fortune Cookie

A plain and simple fortune cookie of 1 serving contains 30 calories in which only 2 % of calories come from carbohydrate. An equal amount of cookies contain 7 g carbohydrate and 3 g of sugars.

Individually wrapped fortune cookies are another type of cookies served as desserts. A 4.2 g of cookies contain 10 calories out of which only 1% of calorie comes from carbohydrate. The same amount of fortune cookies contains 1 g of sugar and 2 g of carbohydrates respectively.

Citrus flavored fortune cookies are one of the famous cookies served by different restaurants. 28.3 g of this cookies that serve 5 fortune cookies, consist 110 calories. Out of which only 6 % of calorie come of sodium and 8% of calorie come from carbohydrates. It also contains 1 % calcium and 4% iron respectively. An equal amount of cookies contain 135 mg sodium, 25 g carbohydrate, 9 g sugar and 2 g protein.

Toasted coconut is other popular fortune cookies serve worldwide by different Chinese restaurants. Net weight of 16 g cookies that serve 5 cookies altogether contain 89 calories in it. Out of 89 calories, 6% calories are obtained from fat, 10% calories are obtained from saturated fat, 1% calorie is obtained from cholesterol, 2% calories are obtained from sodium and 4% calories are obtained carbohydrates.