Pandan Cookie with Homemade Nian Gao (年糕) filling
Bag of 5pcs (~28g each cookie)
Pandan cookies replicate the essence of the famous onde-onde kuih found in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Pandan leaves have a naturally sweet taste and soft aroma. Its flavor is strong, described as grassy with hints of rose, almond, and vanilla, verging on coconut. It is widely used in Asian desserts.
To celebrate Chinese New Year, we combined these amazing Pandan cookies with traditional Chinese cakes, Nian Gao (年糕). It is a type of sweet rice cake made with palm sugar and glutinous rice flour, they are sweet and chewy. It is considered good luck to eat nian gao during Chinese New Year because nian gao (年糕) is a homonym for "higher year" or "grow every year" (年高), which means "a more prosperous year".
If you are a fan of our Mochi Cookies, you definitely should not miss this! They are buttery, crumbly, and soft inside, topped with delicious desiccated coconut.