What you need:
Fortune cookies (either homemade or store bought). I actually bought mine individually wrapped from Oriental Trading!
Different colored candy coating chips (found at baking supply stores or at Michaels, etc) or any kind of chocolate appropriate for dipping.
Jumbo-sized sprinkles (these Wilton brand ones are from Global Sugar Art, where they have lots of Holiday-themed kinds as well. I'm sure you can also find them at Michaels and similar stores).
First step: Unwrap all of your cookies if you need to. In small heat-proof bowls, melt some of the candy coating chips or chocolate according to package instructions. You can add solid vegetable shortening if it is still too thick when melted. Do NOT overheat.
Dip bottom half of fortune cookie in the melted coating.
Place on a wax paper covered cookie sheet and place a sprinkle on the cookie while coating is still wet. Continue to dip the rest of the fortune cookies in desired colors.
When tray is filled, place in refrigerator or freezer until coating is set.
You are all done! They can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. You can layer them between wax paper. They are best when made the day before or day of the party.
If you make some for the holidays, make sure you post some pictures for me to see!