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6 Places To Buy Your CNY Cookies Online That Are Confirm Not Mafan

Don't need to listen to 'tong tong chiang' songs while you shop.

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Chinese New Year is just around the corner.

16 more days to be exact! :O

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If you don't have time to go out shopping for CNY cookies, here are six online shops where you can stock up on those festive treats:

1. Kee Heong

Kee Heong is best known for their 'Honey Comb Cookies', also called 'sha qi ma'.

After years of researching and experimenting various baking techniques and recipes, Kee Heong successfully managed to produce the most moist, unique, appetising, and delicious 'Honey Comb Cookies' (RM7).

Honey Comb Cookies.

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Besides that, they also sell the usual iconic CNY treats such as green pea cookies (RM15), peanut cookies (RM15), and salted egg cookies (RM16).

Kee Heong ensures that they will always use the best quality products to make their biscuits and pastries, so rest assured that you and your relatives' cravings will be fully satisfied!

Green pea cookies.

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Salted egg cookies.

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Kee Heong delivers across Malaysia. For more information, visit their website, Facebook, or Instagram.

2. Eat Cake Today

Eat Cake Today is a platform that creates opportunities for local bakers and cafes to feature their products on the website, so you'll be enjoying treats that are homemade with love.

For their Chinese New Year collection, Eat Cake Today has featured a variety of cookie bundles.

The Fortune Box (RM88) comes with pineapple tarts, salted egg tarts, malt almond cookies, and lemon cake.

Fortune Box.

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If you're looking for CNY cookies with a unique twist, perhaps the Chinese New Year Cookies Bundle (RM90 for three jars) will pique your interest.

Treat your family and friends to macadamia sable cookies, osmanthus flower cookies, and chocolate chunk & chips cookies, or simply just enjoy them all by yourself. :P

Chinese New Year Cookies Bundle.

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Why only limit yourself to one jar of cookies, when you can have three?!

Eat Cake Today's Three Jars of Decadent Cookies (RM75) features 'Coffee Burst', 'Chocolate Chunk', and 'Double Chocolate Oaties' cookies. While they aren't your traditional CNY treats, they'll definitely still be as delicious.

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Eat Cake Today delivers to all areas in Klang Valley and Selangor.  To view the Chinese New Year Collections, visit here.

3. Yong Sheng Gift Shop

Yong Sheng Confectionery has been around for over 60 years, promising to only serve its customers with only the best quality products. 

Their e-shop features a variety of mouthwatering CNY cookies. Take your pick from traditional cookies such as cashew nut cookies (RM36.80), almond cookies (RM38.80), and the crowd favourite pineapple cookies (RM36.80).

Almond cookies.

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'Carnival Pineapple Cookies'.

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If you're looking for a more fun flavour, you can give their strawberry with almond cookies (RM36.80) a shot.

Strawberry with almond cookies.

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For more information, visit their online shop or WhatsApp +6018-9683362.

4. Baked KL

Baked KL is an online dessert store that brings you sinfully good desserts, including vegan and gluten-free sweets.

Their CNY cookie set comes with a cookie container filled with their bestselling cookies such as matcha shortbread, white cranberry, vegan vanilla caramel, and eggless honey coconut cookies.

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Image via Baked KL

You can also add on the matching tote bag that's perfect to carry your cookie set in, as well as to reuse.

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Baked KL delivers to certain areas within the Klang Valley, and they outsource their delivery via Goget and ZeptoExpress.

To check if they deliver to your area or to order the yummy cookie set, click here.

5. Junandus

Cookies from Junandus have a nostalgic, classical taste that will take you back to the good old days. Using the finest ingredients out there, their cookies are bound to satisfy one's sophisticated palate.

You can find the usual sweets like dragon beard cookies (RM32), kuih kapit (RM32), and kuih bangkit (RM32).

Dragon beard cookies.

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Kuih bangkit.

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Besides that, you can also order some savoury snacks like arrowhead chips (RM28), salted egg fried lotus (RM36), and seaweed sotong roll (RM36).

Salted egg fried lotus.

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Seaweed sotong roll.

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Junandus delivers to places in in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Penang, and Johor Bahru. Check out their website to order their delicious-looking cookies today.

6. SK Homemade Cakes

Besides selling traditional cookies like kuih kapit (RM25) and almond biscotti (RM20), SK Homemade Cakes also sells eggless cookies that are great for CNY!

You can choose from a variety of flavours, such as eggless raisin shortbread (RM22), 'Eggless Jade Ruby' (green tea cranberry, RM22), 'Eggless Red Ruby' (cranberry butter cookies, RM22), and Eggless Hershey's double chocolate chip cookies (RM22).  

Eggless Jade Ruby.

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Eggless Red Ruby.

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Eggless Hershey's double chocolate chip cookies.

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SK Homemade Cakes delivers to places in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Penang, and Johor Bahru. Check out the rest of their Chinese New Year collection here!

Gong Xi Fa Cai and have a great time snacking through this festive season!

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Check out our SAYS Makan Guide for more yummy places to eat and Like our new SAYS Makan Facebook if you're a big foodie like us!

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What is your favourite CNY snack?

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