Follow the crumbs and they'll lead you to the best cookie spots in Singapore.
Did someone say cookies? As much as we love our burnt cheesecakes, macarons, scones, donuts and cupcakes, we’ll always have space in our hearts for this classic baked treat. From chewy and soft to chunky and crunchy, these are our go-to spots when we’re craving cookies in Singapore.
Best cookies in Singapore
1. Folks & Stories
Forget about calories and sink your teeth into Folk & Stories’ bakes goods. The cookies are a beaut and look like tasty moons. For a classic flavour, try the Ambitious Sailor, a simple but decadent sea salt dark chocolate cookie. Other popular creations include the Edgy Connoisseur, a miso and cashew cookie topped with caramelised white chocolate, and the Nutty Professor, a roasted pistachio and brown butter cookie. We suggest going for the signature box to try all the best-selling flavours!
Folks & Stories, #01-63, Everton Park, Block 3, Singapore 080003
2. Creamery Boutique Ice Creams
Contrasting flavours have always been popular – hello, salted caramel and sea salt chocolate cookies. But who would’ve thought the mix of hot and cold desserts would blow our minds? Yes, to see what’s all the fuss about, head over to Creamery for its warm lava cookies topped with a scoop of ice cream. Expect the usual cookie flavours like red velvet, chocolate and matcha. But from time to time, you can look forward to seasonal flavours like ondeh ondeh and salted egg yolk lava cookie. Feel free to mix and match your flavours to create the ultimate dessert.
Creamery Boutique Ice Creams, 139 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207557
3. The Cookie Museum
For a fine dessert, a museum is definitely in order and the “exhibits” here are all edible! Jokes aside, this store has been offering gourmet cookies in Singapore for more than a decade. Popular choices include pandan chiffon, madeleine rose and honey violet. For a hint of savoury, there’s the nasi lemak cookie.
The Cookie Museum, multiple locations including Marina Square and Jewel Changi Airport
4. Nasty Cookie
What started out as an online store in 2018 has since turned into a brick-and-mortar shop. Before we go on, let’s get one thing straight. There’s nothing nasty about these calorie-laden, jumbo-sized cookies. We don’t know how they do it but each cookie is chewy, chunky and a tad bit crunchy – trust us, the proof is in the pudding. The flavours may seem standard for dessert fiends, but boy are they decadent. Take the Oh! Smores and Choco Bueno, for example. The former is stuffed with gooey marshmallows (break the cookie and watch it stretch), while the latter is mounted by a piece of Kinder Bueno.
Nasty Cookie, multiple locations including Funan and Orchard Gateway
5. Kooks Creamery
Here’s another ice cream parlour that puts out decadent molten lava cookies. Cut your spoon into the cookie and you’ll get a sweet puddle of matcha or chocolate oozing out. Don’t forget to top it with a scoop of ice cream to add a little frost to the warm cookie. Oh, and the e-store offers more cookie flavours such as red velvet with cream cheese filling and chocolate chip with speculoos filling.
Kooks Creamery, multiple locations including Serangoon and The Cathay
We have to say, Guilt’s marketing is on point. Just take a look at its site and you’ll know what we’re talking about. With tongue-in-cheek names for OTT cookies such as 50 Shades of Grey (Earl Grey vanilla cookie with pistachio and honeycomb toffee) and Sugar Daddy (caramelized honey almonds folded into a spiced brown butter sugar cookie and brushed with aged whisky), you just can’t help but be curious. And after trying a box of ‘em, we’re totally sold – or should we say, guilty as charged!
Guilt, 29 Arab Street, Singapore 199728
7. Old Seng Choong
Known for its bakes inspired by local flavours, Old Seng Choong takes its experimentation to the next level by doling out crunchy cookies in flavours like laksa, cereal prawn, sambal nasi lemak and satay. If you’re a traditionalist at heart, you can stick to Earl Grey and coffee cookies, which are equally delish.
Old Seng Choong, multiple locations including Clarke Quay and Marina Bay Sands
8. Famous Amos
We’re pretty sure there’s a Famous Amos store just a stone’s throw away from you. Or you can simply follow the heady scent of these crunchy cookies baking in the oven. Get ’em by weight: 200g, 300g or 400g. Our top flavours would have to be no-nut chocolate chip, butterscotch chip pecan, and white chocolate chip macadamia.
Famous Amos, multiple locations including Wisma Atria and Nex
So, there you have it. The best cookies in Singapore. Happy munching, folks!