Are you a big foodie with a hankering for cookies but Famous Amos or Chips Ahoy won’t satisfy your craving? Here are some cookie brands in Singapore that will make you want a cookie now!
#1 Nasty Cookie
If you’re a fan of thick, chunky cookies with a decadent filling in the center, Nasty Cookie is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth craving. Regine Sum, the founder of Nasty Cookie and bodybuilder actually started the business as a side hustle but eventually the cookies grew so popular she opened a store early this year at the new Funan Mall.
The bright, Tiffany-inspired walls are sure to catch your attention, along with the rows of amazing looking cookies. Choose from classics such as chocolate chip and or opt for premium flavors like cookies & creme and biscoff cookie.
⏰ Monday – Thursday 11.30AM – 9.30PM
Friday – Sunday 11.00AM – 10.00PM
📍 Funan Mall #02-35
#2 Ben’s Cookies
Established in 1983, Oxford English, the classic cookies shop has hit our shores, setting shop at Orchard. They are known for their promise to bake their cookies with chocolate chunks instead of chips, resulting in chocolate goodness in every bite.
Each cookie is promised to be baked on the day itself for freshness and carries classic flavors from the oatmeal & raisin to to uncommon in Singapore ginger & dark chocolate.
⏰ Monday – Sunday 10.00AM – 10.00PM
📍 Wisma Atria, #B1-50
#3 Kooks Creamery
Kooks Creamery is known for its ice creams but the star of the show will have to be its delicious lava cookies! This humble shop started in Serangoon and has since expanded to The Cathay, making it easy for you to hop to its shop the next time you’re in town.
You can get the best of both worlds by opting for a warm, chewy cookie and a scoop of ice cream on top. Some unique flavors include their milk cereal ice cream atop a warm chocolate lava cookie.
⏰ Monday – Thursday, Sunday 12.00PM – 10.00PM
Friday – Saturday 12.00PM – 10.30PM
📍 The Cathay, #01-06
⏰ Tuesday – Thursday, Sunday 12.00PM – 10.00PM
Friday – Saturday 12.00PM – 11.00PM
📍 211 Serangoon Ave 4 #01-02
#4 Kith Cafe
Despite being known as a cafe, Kith Cafe is also well-known for its bite-sized cookies. If big, gooey cookies are not your thing, try one of Kith Cafe’s cookies and you’ll be hooked. They’ve steadily built their brand over the years and one of their most well-known flavor will have to be their magical sea salt chocolate cookie that is full of flavor with a delightful after-taste of sea salt.
Fret not, you can easily get your hands on their yummy cookies because they have an astounding 11 outlets across Singapore.
Kith Cafe (Millenia Walk)
⏰ Monday – Sunday 7.30AM – 10.00PM
📍 Millenia Walk, #01-44/45
For the full list of Kith Cafe outlets, click here.
#5 The Cookie Museum
If you like sampling different types of cookie flavors, this local store, The Cookie Museum serves baked goods with a local twist. Established in 2014, The Cookie Museum offers one-of-a-kind heritage flavors and is known for its bold flavors. Try savory bites like their Singapore chili crab or the Singapore chicken rice. If you have more of a sweet craving, they offer local delights such as pandan chiffon and berry lite.
This is definitely a great gift for a tourist to take home! Better yet, grab a tin or two for the upcoming festive seasons!
The Cookie Museum (Retail outlets)
⏰ Monday – Sunday 9.00AM – 11.00PM
📍 Jewel Changi Airport, #01-234
⏰ Monday – Sunday 11.00AM – 9.00PM
📍 Marina Square Shopping Mall, #02-280
⏰ Monday – Sunday 11.00AM – 9.00PM
📍 Raffles City Shopping Centre, #B1-49
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📸 Featured Image: Nasty Cookie (via IG), Ben’s Cookies (via IG)
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