Preheat oven to 325°
In a large bowl, whisk together flour, rice flour, cornstarch, sugar, and salt.
In another bowl whisk the egg whites until frothy.
Add the oil, water, extract, and egg whites into the flour mixture. Stir until it is well mixed and cookie dough resembles a thin pancake batter. If it is too thick add a small amount of water until it is the right consistency.
Add red food coloring to the batter. I add the food coloring to half the mixture and I place the food coloring on a spoon before adding it. It only takes a little bit of dye. You do want a nice deep red cookie.
Place a Silpat cooking mat down on a cookie sheet.
Spoon a teaspoon and a half of batter on the Silpat mat.
With the back of a teaspoon, spread the mixture into a 3 ½ inch circle. You can shape the cookies with your finger if you like.
Add sugar heart candies to the shaped cookie. Place them along the edges so that they aren't in the sections that will be folded.
You'll only want to place two cookies on a sheet. Once the cookies are out of the oven you only have a couple of seconds to mold them.
Bake at 325° for about 10-11 minutes.
Once out of the oven, either wear gloves or use your bare hands. The cookies will be pretty hot.
Lift the cookie off the sheet with a metal spatula and fold the cookie in half. Make sure the candy hearts are the outside of the cookie when you fold them.
Then place the cookie fold side down on the rim of a coffee mug. Hold in place to make sure you have the shape of a fortune cookie.
Place in a muffin tin to hold the shape of the cookie.
Download and print out the paper's fortunes.
After the cookie is cooled insert the paper fortunes into the cracks of the cookies.