Unless you dislike or can’t handle sweet treats, chances are you can’t say no to cookies. Especially the good ones that are super addictive, making you reach for piece after piece. These delicious morsels of baked goods are usually baked with chocolate chips but they also come in other flavours like dark chocolate and earl grey. Some cookie sellers even go as far as incorporating locally-inspired flavours (think nasi lemak) too. Whatever your choice is, check out our selected list of 8 Best Cookies in Singapore to Satisfy your Sweet Tooth in alphabetical order.
1) Cookie Mixx
With no added preservatives and colouring, Cookie Mixx uses only quality ingredients (hello, Danish butter and Belgium cocoa powder!) in their cookies. And yes, every cookie here is handmade and freshly baked upon order with reduced sugar too. The latter makes it an ideal choice for those who prefer to enjoy cookies minus the guilt. First-timers might want to try their bestselling vanilla-based Belgium Chocolate Chunk filled with delectable bittersweet dark chocolates. Other notable cookies worth munching include Cranberry & Oats, Milo Chocolate Chips and Triple Chocolate Chips.
Address: 391A Orchard Road, Takashimaya B2 Food Hall, #B208-4, Singapore 238873
2) Folks & Stories
If you love your cookies soft and chewy, you gotta try the one from Folks & Stories. They only make them using natural ingredients with no added colouring and preservatives. Folks & Stories sell their cookies in individual sets or assorted box sets, offering scrumptious choices like the double chocolate sea salt Ambitious Sailor and the original brown butter Wise Sage. Ever tried cheesecake cookies? Well, they have two unique options here including Care Bear (strawberry cheesecake & crumble) and Curious Merrymaker (dark chocolate & cheesecake).
Address: 3, Everton Park #01-63, Singapore 080003
The name of their cookie brand says it all and that means you can forget counting calories when you indulge in them. Not to say it’s a bad thing but hey, moderation is always the key, right? (right?). Okay, now we’ve got that out of the way, here are some sinfully-good cookies, starting with the OG. It’s a classic chocolate chip cookie using brown butter as the base and yes, you’ll get generous Valrhona dark chocolate chunks. There are other goodies too, namely Walk of Shame (among the ingredients include dark chocolate chip and marshmallow bits) and Fudge Buddy (peanut butter, caramel & double dark chocolate with sea salt). Despite their name, Guilt has not-so-guilty choices too such as Vegan Spill the Tea, which is actually a vegan matcha cookie with Valrhona vegan yuzu white chocolate.
Address: 29, Arab St., Singapore 199728
4) Kooks Creamery
Kooks Creamery may primarily be an ice cream parlour. But if you are hoping to find some cookies here, you’re in luck. They have them in the form of lava cookies in chocolate or matcha flavour. You can enjoy it as it is (use a spoon to cut into the cookie and watch the puddle of “lava” ooze out from the inside. But for the ultimate indulgence, it’s best to top your lava cookie with a scoop of ice cream. The combination of the creamy coldness of the ice cream certainly matches the warm, sweet sensation of the lava cookie.
Address: Click here
5) Nasty Cookie
Ever tasted New York-style gourmet cookies before? Well, here’s your chance without flying all the way to the Big Apple. Nasty Cookie certainly lives up to its name because of how “nasty” its cookies look. Break them open and you’ll be greeted with the oozing goodness of sweet filling. For starters, try their good old classic Chocolate Chip filled with Nutella and lots of chocolate chips. Some of their bestsellers are just as good, namely Biscoff topped with Lotus Biscoff’s biscuit and dulce de leche filling in the centre. Also, check out their new flavour — the raspberry jam-and-white chocolate ganache combo of Raspberry Ripple.
Address: Click here
6) Spatula & Whisk
Spatula & Whisk offers classic and even local flavours, all in bite-sized cookie forms. For the former, they have Sea Salt Chocolate and Dark Choc Pistachio. But if you want to taste something different for a change, check out their bestselling Gula Melaka Coconut. Here, they bake them with Gula Melaka and topped their cookies with shredded coconut. Then, there’s the best of both worlds — coffee and chocolate in the form of Kopi Chocolate or alternatively, enjoy the nostalgic goodness of the malt chocolate cookie of Mmmilo. All of their cookies are handmade using the best ingredients available and you can purchase them in different sizes (30g, 100g or 200g).
Address: 9, One-North Gateway, #01-42, Singapore 138643
7) The Cookie Museum
Choices are aplenty at The Cookie Museum, offering various handcrafted cookies packed in round or rectangle tins. For instance, they have White Almond Truffles Cookies and Wildflower Honey Cookies. The latter combines elegant tastes of chamomile, lavender, rose, honey and honey macadamia nuts. The Cookie Museum even gets experimental with local flavours incorporated into their cookies such as the Nasi Lemak Cookies. What you’ll get here is the combination of coconut cream powder, ikan bilis, peanuts and spices in bite-sized forms. Love Hae Bee Hiam? Well, they got them too with essential ingredients including spicy shrimp and crushed red pepper.
(Raffles City) 252 North Bride Road, #B1-49, Singapore 179103
(Jewel) 78 Airport Boulevard, #01-234, Singapore 819666
Whiskdom knows a thing or two about baking delicious cookies and brownies, having made their mark on Instagram when they first started out as a home-based bakery. Today, Whiskdom has two outlets available in Alexandra Central and Havelock 2. Let’s talk about their cookies and here, they make them by hand using the finest ingredients possible. Expect them to be big, chunky and above all, gooey! Some of their must-try cookies include Chunky Chocolate Chip and Dark Chocolate Overloaded. But if you prefer something different, opt for their Creme Brulee Cookie or Berries And Creme.
(Whiskdom) 757 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198725.
Opening Hours: Tues-Sun: 11am to 6pm
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