Founder of Gough street favourite Oddies Foodies, Winnie Pang presents Cookie Vission, an online bakery with a selection of decadent, gooey cookie flavours from classic milk chocolate chip to Vietnamese coffee and Portugese egg tart. Weighing in at 150g each, these cookies are sizeable and share-friendly, but if you’re left craving more, opt for the Extra Extra Large 6-inch alternative next time.
Moono offers a selection of organic and vegan cookies that do not compromise on taste or quality. The founder of Moono was once an art director who strives to bring that level of artistry and creative insight to Moono, marrying geometric designs with her selection of unique flavours. The Perilla Cranberry Jam, Sesame Miso and Corn cookie is the perfect pairing of sweet and savoury, while the Soy Milk Snowball lends a doughier, crumbier texture with more subtle flavours.
Room 1507, Reemex Centre, 42 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen; moono.hk
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Cookie DPT (or Cookie Department) was created to satisfy the founder’s need for American home-style cookies. The cookies are freshly baked crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside, with a range of classic and Hong Kong-inspired flavours. The Matcha Pineapple Bun cookie with Matcha ganache is a crowd-pleaser, while other unique flavours include the Salted Caramel Apple Pie or Cinnamon Toast Crunch with Milk Ganache.
Available across stockists in Hong Kong or for delivery at cookiedpt.com
While Sweetpea Café specialises in gluten-free cakes, they certainly don’t fall short in the cookie department thanks to their gloriously-fudgey chocolate brownie cookies. The cookies are dense, moist and incredibly chocolatey, and a great gluten-free alternative for those with gluten intolerances.
4 Shin Hing Street, Central; sweetpea-cafe-hk
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