Better late than never!
National Cookie Day is on the 4th of December each year, so if cookies are your favourite go-to when you need a treat, why not check out some of the delicious artisan bakes you can find in Singapore?
What is National Cookie Day?
Although you may think cookies are an American snack, they were actually first baked in Persia during the 7th century, thanks to the arrival of sugar in the region! Cookies or biscuits were commonly eaten throughout Europe and recipes made their way across the Atlantic with the first US settlers during the 1600s. Sugar and butter tended to be the most common flavourings for traditional cookies, although adventurous bakers also used rose water, beer or maple syrup flavours. If you plan to celebrate National Cookie Day with work colleagues, friends or family on the 4th of December 2019, this foodpanda magazine guide will help you source some of the most unusual bakes available in Singapore now.
Where to find the best cookies in Singapore
- Strawberry shortcake from Asanoya Boulangerie: Asanoya Boulangerie is renowned for fine breads, desserts and cakes, so if you want to celebrate National Cookie Day in style, why not order in some of their yummy strawberry shortcake on the 4th of December? You’ll discover lots more delicious baked goods at this restaurant and takeout, including Danish pastries, Kaya butter cruffins and maple walnuts!
- Pantler for the finest artisan cookies: Pantler is always a popular bakery for Singaporeans, but did you know their traditional cookies can be ordered in packs of six? You just need to select your favourite cookies from the Pantler menu, which includes Galette Bretonne in vanilla or chocolate, traditional chocolate cookies and even coconut meringues. Find out more on the foodpanda website!
- Discover the best cookies online at Maison Kayser: If you crave the finest artisan cookies for National Cookie Day 2019, why not check out the delicious Parisian biscuit range at Maison Kayser? This French bakery and patisserie excels when it comes to baking the finest breads, croissants, pastries, tarts and the lightest, melt-in-the-mouth cookies. The baker is owned and operated by Eric Kayser and uses authentic French and international recipes to create the freshest baked goods. If you pass by the bakery in the early hours of the morning, your senses are sure to be aroused by the delicious aromas of the baking loaves of bread and desserts. The Maison Kayser cookie line up includes madeleines, traditional cookies, sablés and chouquettes. Featured menu items are the bakery’s most popular Financier cookie and their crunchy raisin cookies. Why not order in a selection of Maison Kayser cookies and pastries for your work colleagues today and enjoy a relaxing coffee break?