Cookies, cookies, cookies, we just can’t get enough of them. The versatility of these sweet little morsels of goodness never fails to impress me, and over the years, one kind of cookie has been gaining massive popularity: thick, gooey and chunky cookies.
New York’s famous Levain Bakery is what comes to mind when I picture a decadent chunky cookie with soft textures and oozy fillings. Unfortunately, I’ve never gotten to savour one of Levain Bakery’s cookies for myself, so I set out on a mission to locate places that offer similarly fudgy and thick cookies on our small island.
Ladies and gentlemen, here are 10 places in Singapore where you can find the motherfudging chunkiest cookies in Singapore.
1. For Fudge Sake
For Fudge Sake is an online business that offers a whopping 12 different flavours of chunky cookies, from familiar and classic variations like The OG (S$6), made with Valrhona Guanaja (70%) dark chocolate, to more inventive and unique creations.
Each cookie is priced at S$6 or S$6.50, and are only sold in boxes of six. Don’t worry, you can mix the flavours to enjoy a wide variety of cookies.
You have to try For Fudge Sake’s unique mochi cookies, which come stuffed with chewy mochi. Capt. Jack Taro (S$6.50) features a taro cookie dough studded with Valrhona Dulcey chunks and stuffed with a soft, buttery taro mochi. Goma Bear (S$6.50), on the other hand, consists of black sesame cookie dough, Valrhona Dulcey chunks and mochi.
Matcha lovers can opt for Hakuna Matchacha (S$6.50), made with uji matcha cookie dough, Valrhona Dulcey chocolate and mochi. The slightly crisp and gooey textures of the cookies paired well with the chewy, soft mochi, and I was thoroughly impressed at how For Fudge Sake managed to melt the two contrasting textures together.
The other cookies I had were Kinder Surprise MF (S$6), made with triple chocolate cookie dough, roasted hazelnuts and homemade hazelnut cream and The Christea (S$6), an earl grey cookie stuffed with milk chocolate chunks, crushed oreos and homemade oreo cookie butter.
My personal favourite was Pistache-hoe (S$6), which was filled with the most glorious homemade roasted pistachio spread.
2. Monstah Kookies
Monstah Kookies is a home-based cookie business that never fails to delight me with their sweet treats and adorable branding. Each cookie (or kookie) boasts a large size, with some flavours being wider and thinner while others are a little narrower and chunkier.
At Monstah Kookies, you can look forward to enjoying a wide variety of kookies, as new flavours are introduced frequently.
Monstah Kookie’s Wholemeal Chocolate Chip Kookie with Choco Hazelnut filling (S$4.20) is a must-try. Despite being a relatively simple flavour, I was stunned at the insane chocolatey-ness and fudginess of the cookie.
Midnight Brownie (S$4.20) is a rich and decadent cookie made with dark chocolate chips and black chocolate, which will be sure to satisfy die-hard chocolate lovers. Meanwhile, I Wuv Yew So MATCHA (S$4.20), made with white chocolate and chamomile tea cream, offers a milder and more aromatic alternative.
The chunky Sprinkle Snikerdoodle Kookie (S$4.20), made with a cinnamon cookie dough and filled with biscoff spread, and Blueberry Kookie (S$4.20), containing generous amounts of blueberry and white chocolate are also incredibly satisfying creations that delighted my tastebuds.
With their outstanding presentation and superb flavours, Monstah Kookies offers delightful treats that will be sure to please both children and adults alike.
Whiskdom, which started out as a home-based business, has grown to become a successful company in Singapore. Though they’ve diversified to provide dishes like bagelwiches and gelato, their OG chunky cookies are still their number one must-try items when you visit their stores.
Each of Whiskdom’s chunky cookies is priced at S$6.50, with classic flavours like Chunky Chocolate Chip and Chunky Chip Walnut.
Lovers of rich and intense chocolate flavours won’t be disappointed by Dark Chocolate Overloaded and Dark Cocoa Speculoos, with the latter flavour being filled with sweet and gooey biscoff spread.
Other exciting flavours include Berries and Creme, Creme Brulee Cookie, Matcha Lava and Hojicha Lava.
4. Sad Girls Cookie Club
Having a sad day? A box of cookies from Sad Girls Cookie Club will be sure to cheer you right up.
Each cookie is priced between S$4.90 and S$6, with a minimum purchase of four cookies. Alternatively, get a box of six cookies for S$30 and sample every flavour available.
The Chosen One (S$4.90) is a chocolate chip walnut cookie studded with 70.5% dark chocolate, milk chocolate, toasted golden walnuts and Himalayan sea salt, for those who prefer classic options. If you have a sweet tooth, go for Money Heist (S$5.50), filled with speculoos, 70.5% dark chocolate and soft marshmallows.
The cookie that caught my attention the most was Big Daddy (S$5.50), which combines a familiar chocolate chip cookie with crunchy ridged potato chips. The sweet and salty combo may seem unorthodox, but it definitely works!
Cloud 09 (S$5.50) turns the popular s’mores dessert into a cookie topped with a soft marshmallow and filled with chunky chocolate cookie bits and 70.5% dark chocolate chunks. Can We Kiss (S$4.90), on the other hand, is a salted caramel hojicha cookie made with roasted smoky hojicha, a secret caramel sauce and slow roasted almonds.
My personal favourite was the peanut butter & jelly-flavoured Child’s Play (S$6), a fragrant and chewy cookie containing creamy peanut butter and premium Valrhona raspberry chocolate.
5. Angie’s Sinful Pleasures
Angie’s Sinful Pleasures is an online business with simple yet addictive and decadent chunky cookies. Priced at S$5 each, these soft and fudgy cookies use only the best ingredients and are hefty, weighing between 110g to 120g each.
Choose from nine chunky cookies, including the Belgian Double Chocolate Cookie, the Belgian White Chocolate Macadamia Cookie and the Belgian Double Dark Chocolate Cookie.
The Nutella-Stuffed Chocolate Hazelnut Cookie is a must-try for Nutella fans, as it is filled generously with sweet and luscious Nutella. If you love peanut butter like me, how about going for the Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookie, which is studded with peanut butter chips?
The Pistachio Cranberry Cookie was nutty and fragrant with a chewy bite from the bits of dried cranberries, and of course, The Matcha Cookie was a satisfying and oozy cookie made with Kyoto uji matcha.
6. Cookie Maison
Cookie Maison takes pride in creating luxurious and indulgent artisanal handcrafted cookies made with premium ingredients. The 12 cookies offered at Cookie Maison include classic, fruity, chocolate-y and Asian-inspired flavours.
Cookie Maison’s curated cookie boxes of six are delivered every Saturday, and are priced between S$30 to S$42 each.
I was blown away by the incredible flavours of each cookie. Though the Chocolate Chip Pecan Cookie had a simple premise, it was fudgy and gooey with generous amounts of melty chocolate within. The Matcha White Chocolate Cookie was gao with a strong and aromatic matcha profile.
Lovers of floral flavours have to try the Rose Pistachio Cookie, which has a fragrant and distinct sweetness from the rose and a nutty crunch from the pistachio.
The cookie that surprised me the most was the Strawberry Basil Cookie, which expertly combined the herb-y notes of basil with the tangy sweetness of the strawberries. Mango Passionfruit Cookie was another fruity creation bursting with a refreshing flavour, and the decadent Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie was rich and dense with a strong cocoa profile.
7. Dango Bakes
Dango Bakes is an online business offering a chewier texture of cookies, with their Box of 8 coming in at S$28. Each cookie is made with browned butter and dark couverture chocolate, and is finished with an assortment of toppings.
The four flavours offered by Dango Bakes are Valrhona Guanaja 70%, Salted Caramel, Biscoff and S’mores.
Each cookie was fragrant and aromatic with complex and caramelised flavours. The cookies had a delightful chewiness, and the bits of chocolate scattered throughout were rich and intense.
8. Nasty Cookie
At this point, who hasn’t heard of the uber-popular Nasty Cookie? You’ve probably spotted their iconic baby blue outlets across Singapore, with their array of colourful Levain-style cookies for display.
Nasty Cookie has a variety of cookie flavours, and even introduces new and limited edition ones periodically. Their Chocolate Chip (S$4.50) is a classic, but if you’d prefer something more exciting, go for B.O.B (Biscoff Oreo Brownie) (S$5.50), Ondeh Ondeh (S$5.50) or Milo Stylo (S$5.50).
Alternatively, spoil yourself with a Box of 6 (S$30), or get a box of all 12 cookies at S$56.
9. Folks and Stories
Folks and Stories is a quaint cookie store in Everton Park serving beautiful and uniformly-shaped thick cookies. The cookies are made with French butter, Belgian chocolate couverture and no preservatives.
Enjoy Folks and Stories’ Signature Assortment (S$26), consisting of their six signature soft baked cookies. N°3 Nutty Professor is made with roasted pistachio and brown butter, while N°5 Ambitious Sailor comes with sea salt dark chocolate.
N°6 Curious Merrymaker combines dark chocolate and cheesecake, N°11 Care Bear is a strawberry cheesecake cookie, and N°22 Urbane Globetrotter comes with malted milk chocolate and earl grey.
Finally, N°21 Edgy Connoisseur combines salty miso and cashew with sweet white chocolate and caramelised white chocolate.
10. Fudgy Laboratory
Fudgy Laboratory is a home-based business that offers handcrafted gourmet cookies made with healthier ingredients. Their chunky cookies weigh around 110g each and are gluten-free and lower in carbohydrates.
Their signature chunky cookies are made with organic coconut flour & callebaut Belgian chocolate. Despite being healthier than cookies made with the usual ingredients, Fudgy Laboratory’s cookies do not scrimp on taste.
A box of four cookies comes in at S$15.90, and are available in five flavours: Chocolate Chip Walnut, Chocolate PB, Cookies & Cream, Earl Grey and Matcha.
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