The best part of Chinese New Year is, no doubt, the cookies, and the snacks! In the West, Thanksgiving and Christmas are occasions to feast but for us Malaysians who celebrate it, Chinese New Year is our equivalent of that. Behold, your favourite cookies are now available online!

Mini Shrimp Rolls

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RM22.00

The crispy spring roll skin gives a delightful crunch with every bite. These small, yet flavourful, spring rolls are so easy to pop into your mouth one after another. Delicious!

Dragon Cookies

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RM34.00

It may not be the year of the dragon, but these dragon cookies make an appearance every year – and for good reason! These 100% homemade cookies are so good, you’ll be coming back for more.

Nian Gao

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RM19.00

A traditional glutinous rice cake, Nian Gao directly translates to year cake and is sometimes called Chinese New Year Cake. Nian Gao can be eaten several different ways, what’s your favourite?

Tapioca Cookies / Kuih Bangkit

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RM14.90

Always a classic, these coconut-flavoured tapioca cookies are to die for as they melt in your mouth. So addicting!

Almond Cookies

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RM28.00

Almond cookies have a subtle nutty flavour mixed with vanilla. These cookies are soft to the bite and crumble in your mouth. Be careful not to drop crumbs on the floor!

Pineapple Rolls

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RM41.00

Pineapple rolls are a favourite among aunties and uncles during Chinese New Year. There’s just something about the sweet, tangy flavour of the pineapple jam combined with the pastry that makes it so scrumptious.

Pineapple Tarts

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RM40.00

Let the pineapple rolls vs. pineapple tart debate begin! Pineapple tarts typically have more jam and more crumbly pastries compared to pineapple rolls. Take your pick!

Love Letters / Kuih Kapit

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RM41.00

Love letters, or kuih kapit as it is more commonly known, is made of egg batter and cooked on a charcoal stove to create a super thin and crispy wafer. These kuih kapit are so light and flaky, you won’t be able to get enough of them.

Bak Kwa

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RM25.56

Bak Kwa is marinated pork pressed into thin layers and it’s similar to jerky. This fragrant meat jerky has a mouth-watering mixture of both sweet and savoury flavours infused into it.

Beehive Cookies / Kuih Loyang

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RM28.00

These crunchy cookies in the shape of a honeycomb are known by a number of names, Beehive or Honeycomb Cookies, Kuih Loyang or Kuih Ros. These intricately crafted cookies are crunchy and delicious, earning their spot as a crowd favourite.

Arrowhead Chips / Ngaku

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RM20.00

WARNING! Highly addictive chips ahead! Once you start munching on these ngaku chips, it’s difficult to stop. Before you know it, you’ve eaten the whole container!

Fortune Cookies

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RM21.19

Fortune cookies may not be accurate but it sure is fun to break one open and have a laugh at what it says. Mine reads “Your fortune lies in another cookie.” – Guess it’s a sign to eat more cookies!

Fried Crab Sticks

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RM26.00

Sure, fried crab sticks are unhealthy but Chinese New Year only comes once a year, so make sure to get your fill of it while you can!

Peanut Puffs

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RM21.00

I hope you didn’t look at this and expect curry puffs! These puffs are not filled with curry, but with sweet peanut paste.

Almond London

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RM30.50

The Almond London is an indulgent and irresistible Chinese New Year cookie. An almond cookie covered with a generous amount of chocolate, what’s not to love?

Seaweed Crisps

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RM9.90

This light and crispy snack are just one of those you see popping up everywhere as the festive season approaches. Made with real seaweed and no preservatives, this is definitely one of the healthier snacks available.

Honey Corn Flakes Cookies

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RM18.00

We’ve got the best of both worlds with crunchy corn flakes and a soft buttery cookie. Both kids and adults love this Chinese New Year classic because of its unique blend of textures.

White Rabbit Candy

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RM15.90 for 3 packets (120g)

Strictly speaking, this candy isn’t a CNY cookie, but we love it all the same and it’s a childhood favourite among many Malaysians out there. So, indulge in some white rabbit candy this Chinese New Year!

EAT ALL THE FOOD!

Take this quiz to find out: Which Chinese New Year Cookie or Snack Are You?

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