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>Handmade Cookies

Posted on: January 24, 2009

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Chinese New Year is coming around and everyone must be busy preparing for it. Busy clean and tidy their house and rooms, last minute shopping for clothes, drink and foods and maybe making own cookies, biscuits and cakes. Well, this year my mom and I had decided to make cookies and biscuits by ourselves instead of buying them from supermarket. We started to do 2 weeks before CNY and we had made 6 types of different cookies…

Here are the Teo’s family Handmake cookies:

1. Pineapple Tart (left) and Pineapple Cookies (right).

My first younger brother, William just love this type of cookies. And he is the one who made this cookies with my mom.

2. Chocolate Chip and Walnut Cookies

This is one of my favourite cookies. It is almost taste alike the Famous Amos cookies. Well, my sister graduate from Malaysia Institute of Baking, which she studied at Petaling Jaya and in order to complete her study, she need to pass her 6 months industrial training. This is one of her secret recipe she learn from there.

3. Seaweed Popiah

This is the most easiest cookies to do. By the way, this cannot categories as cookies. Nevermind, as long can eat. Hehehehe…

4. Cornflakes Cookies

Again, this is one of my favourite cookies and it is also my sister secret recipe. My sister said she use maple syrup to do these cookies.

5. Peanut Cookies

Simple, cookies that made from peanut.

Last but not less forgeting
6. Love Letter Type

This type of cookies all I made by myself. Sometimes I even do until 4 am in the morning. But worth it as my grandfather love it. Thanks Ah Gong!

Thanks for reading my this silly blog. And where is that all cookies now? My mom put them on top of the fridge. She scare that we will finish all before CNY oooo…..Hahahahaha

Before I end, to all my KK friends, you all are invited to come to my house. Please give me a call before you come. By the way, I plan to open house on 31st January 2009 which is Saturday. I need to see how many people could come on that day. Lastly, Happy MOO MOO New Year.

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2 Responses to ">Handmade Cookies"

>HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR TO U!!!i LOOK AT YOUR BISCUIT, IT MAKES MY SALIVA DRIPPING LIAO LORR…HEHEHE=p

>Not till you see my upcoming post of CNY eve!!

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