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11 Best CNY Goodies To Buy In 2024, Including French Butter Pineapple Tarts And Nasi Lemak Cookies

12th January 2024

Best Chinese New Year goodies in 2024

The time has come to plan for your upcoming Chinese New Year (CNY) gatherings! If you’re looking for the best CNY goodies to buy this 2024, look no further. We’ve compiled a list of places to buy classic and contemporary CNY cookies and treats, including pineapple tarts, kueh lapis and many more.

1. Ding Bakery

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Every year, we look forward to Ding Bakery’s lineup of CNY goodies—particularly their uber-popular pineapple tarts that have been featured in numerous publications. This year is no different: their Premium Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pineapple Tart (Ball) ($22.90) is back on the menu. Handmade fresh, these pineapple balls feature a sweet and tangy pineapple jam encased within a buttery, melt-in-your-mouth pastry. You’ll also find returning favourites such as Nyonya Pineapple Tart ($18.90)—golden-baked open-faced tarts with dollops of pineapple jam—and Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pineapple Tarts (French Butter) ($20.90), zhnged up with premium French butter. 

This CNY, there are over 30 new products to check out, including Crispy Tiger Prawn Sticks (Ma La) ($16.90), which are said to be extremely spicy, and fragrant Coffee Butter Cookies ($17.90). Those who love pandan can try their Ondeh Ondeh Balls ($20.90), starring pandan-infused pastry with a decadent gula melaka and coconut filling. Delivery is free when you spend above $100!

Order from Ding Bakery now!

Ding Bakery is not a halal-certified bakery.

2. Cedele

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If you want to treat the fam to wholesome snacks this year, consider Cedele’s range of CNY goodies, which boasts up to 12 different flavours. They’re baked with fine European butter and unrefined sugar, sans preservatives so you can indulge with less guilt. Order the best-selling Cedele Pineapple Pocket Pie ($35): hand-rolled pineapple pies made with buttery, melt-in-the-mouth pastry, filled with pineapple jam that’s not too sweet. Alternatively, the Earl Grey Cookies ($32) and Ondeh Ondeh Cookies ($32) are equally delicious and perfect for treating your guests to.

You’ll also find the all-new Nasi Lemak Cookies ($32), which are aromatic thanks to the addition of curry leaves, coconut milk, ikan bilis, and toasted peanuts. These savoury-sweet cookies are great if you’d like to try something different this year. Otherwise, try the Cashew Coconut Gula Melaka ($32), also new on the menu. These light and crunchy cookies feature desiccated coconut, gula melaka, and toasted cashew bits. 

That’s not all: those ordering in bulk can enjoy a 15% discount with a minimum order of 10 cookie tins! You can mix and match across different flavours, too. 

Order Cedele’s CNY goodies today!

Cedele is not a halal-certified bakery.

3. Baker’s Brew

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For CNY cookies that are unique, delicious, and beautifully packaged, look no further than Baker’s Brew. We know and love their bestselling Ondeh-Ondeh Cookies ($29.80), comprising a generous amount of gula melaka coconut filling nestled within a fragrant, pandan-spiked cookie. There’s also the quintessential Pineapple Pillows ($29.80)—butter and cheese pastry with Thai pineapple jam that’s made to be less sweet—and Hae Bee Hiam Cookies, another sweet-savoury combo starring the popular shrimp and sambal condiment. Those who love nuts can try their classic Peanut Almond Cookies ($29.80), too. Alternatively, go for the Pineapple Bak Kwa Cookies ($29.80), studded with sweet and smoky bak kwa bits and a jammy pineapple centre. 

If gifting is your top priority, consider the Signature Collection ($88), a bundle of three goodies: Ondeh Ondeh Cookies, Pineapple Bak Kwa Cookies, and Peanut Almond Cookies. Otherwise, go all out with the Oriental Collection ($138), which includes all five cookie flavours!

From 2 to 14 January, use the code ‘CNY2024SEB’ for 10% off when you order at least three tins. If you’re ordering from 15 January to 4 February, apply the code ‘CNY2024EB’ for 8% off

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Baker’s Brew is not a halal-certified bakery.

4. Chubsbakes

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For something a little different this year, treat your guests to homegrown bakery Chubsbakes’ lineup of festive goodies! Order their signature “發” Cheesecake ($69.90), the brand’s bestselling burnt cheesecake topped with berries and mandarin oranges. It also comes with a big 發 (huat) word made of fondant, right smack in the middle of the cake to ring in prosperity and happiness for the new year ahead. For something fruity and refreshing, try Chubsbakes’ Lychee Rose Pound Cake ($28.80) instead, which is filled with lychee and rose petals, and topped with two gold ingots for extra huat, rose petals, and house-made lychee pastry cream.

This year, look forward to two CNY-exclusive flavours—Peanut Butter Cashew Nut Cookies and Ondeh Ondeh Cookiesas well as mini madeleines! CNY feasting isn’t complete without the cookies, so grab a “HUAT” Set ($38), which comes with two 95g jars of cookies and two 50g packets of mini madeleines. Alternatively, try their Muah Chee Brookies ($26 for six): rich chocolate brownie cookies with a hidden mochi middle. 

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Chubsbakes is not a halal-certified bakery.

5. Carlton Hotel Singapore

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Carlton Hotel Singapore’s bestselling pineapple tarts are making a return this year! The signature Carlton Premium Pineapple Tart ($32) gets you a box of eight golf ball-sized pineapple tarts, comprising rich and buttery pastry that encases a sweet and tangy pineapple filling. Those who prefer the open-faced version can also try the Carlton Pineapple Tart ($39), which comes in a jar instead. Another noteworthy option to consider is the Koi Nian Gao ($32), which symbolises wealth and progress for the new dragon year. Shaped to look like a koi fish, this sweet and sticky treat would make the perfect centrepiece for your festive table!

Handmade fresh by the culinary team from Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant and the hotel’s pastry team, these CNY goodies are great as gifts for your loved ones, or for hosting your upcoming gathering. 

Enjoy 10% off all goodies from now till 9 February when you pay with a Citibank, DBS, OCBC, UOB or Trust Bank card! To order, call the festive desk at 6349 1292 or email cafe.mosaic@carltonhotel.sg. Alternatively, visit the link below.

Check out Carlton Hotel Singapore’s CNY goodies here.

Carlton Hotel is not a halal-certified bakery.

6. 603 Tau Sar Piah


If you’re looking for something more than your regular CNY cookies, consider 603 Tau Sar Piah’s festive spread. There’s the Yam Cake ($28.80+), made with a family recipe that comprises hand-shredded yam, dried shrimp, lap cheong, dried scallops, and shiitake mushrooms. Otherwise, go for the crowd-pleasing Festive Gift Box (from $60+), a customisable gift set that comes with four quintessential New Year cookies: Pineapple Rolls, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Peanut Cookies, and Kueh Bangkit. Fans love the light and buttery Pineapple Rolls, stuffed with house-made pineapple jam.

Get these treats and more from now till 9 February, and enjoy free delivery when you spend above $200.

Shop 603 Tau Sar Piah’s CNY offerings!

603 Tau Sar Piah is not a halal-certified bakery.

7. Goodwood Park Hotel


Here’s something different for your CNY gatherings: the Spicy Salted Egg Yolk Lotus Root Chips with Chicken Floss ($36.80+) from Goodwood Park Hotel. These super thin and crispy lotus root chips are generously seasoned with salted egg yolk, then tossed with sweet-savoury chicken floss for extra flavour. Alternatively, if you really want to go all out and impress your guests, the hotel’s Dragon Boat of Bountiful Blessings will suffice. This 1.2kg marble pound cake, priced at $138+, features a handcrafted white chocolate “dragon boat” filled with dark chocolate ingots and gilded coins to ring in extra huat this year. 

Goodwood Park’s CNY range is available from now till 24 February.

Check out Goodwood Park’s CNY offerings!

Goodwood Park Hotel is not a halal-certified bakery.

8. Toast Box

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Homegrown favourite Toast Box has rolled out a slew of affordable CNY cookies that are worthy of gifting. Available from now till 24 February, the CNY collection comprises six cookie flavours: Mini Pineapple Pastry, Kopi Gao, Mini Ondeh Ondeh, Peanut Butter Kueh Kapet, Green Pea, and Cashew. Each bottle is priced at $15.80, or you can get two for $28.80. The latter comes in a cute and presentable gift set, perfect for your friends or family!

Order from Toast Box today!

Toast Box is not a halal-certified bakery.

9. Thye Moh Chan


Zhng up your table of CNY goodies with Thye Moh Chan’s new festive offerings, including the Salted Egg Tau Sar Piah ($22.40), presented in a gift-worthy box. This snack features the brand’s signature salted tau sar piah with a unique twist: a molten salted egg yolk filling in the middle of each piah. You’ll also find auspicious treats such as Golden Ingot ($20.80) that stars a longan pineapple paste, along with a wider range of cookies this year. For the latter, look forward to flavours such as Brown Rice Cereal Cookies ($15.80) and Mini Ondeh Ondeh ($15.80), filled with gula melaka-spiked coconut.

Check out Thye Moh Chan’s CNY lineup.

Thye Moh Chan is not a halal-certified bakery.

10. The Marmalade Pantry


The Marmalade Pantry’s CNY collection is one to look forward to this year. Splurge on The Marmalade Collection ($70+) or The Signature Collection ($90+), the latter of which comes with five items: Black Sesame Almond Cookies, Salted Egg Yolk Almond Cookies, Walnut Cookies, Shallot Cheese Cookies, and Traditional Petite Chicken Bak Kwa. You can also shop the cookies separately, priced at $20+ for eight pieces. The bak kwa is available at $30+ for 300g, too!

These treats and gift sets can be pre-ordered from now till 20 February. Use the promo code ‘CNY15’ when you’re paying with a Mastercard to get 15% off your order, until 21 January!

Shop The Marmalade Pantry’s CNY collection.

The Marmalade Pantry is not a halal-certified bakery.

11. Ollella 

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Homegrown bakery and cafe Ollella has rolled out a special kueh lapis flavour this year, available for a limited time only! The Prosperous Golden Shrimp Lapis ($42, 350g) stars Ollella’s signature spicy shrimp floss paired with salted egg yolk, layered between buttery kueh lapis. The sweet and savoury bake also comes in a bigger 1.4kg square, priced at $168. If you prefer something more classic, go for the Signature Spiced Lapis (from $28.50) or Prune Lapis (from $32.80) instead! These CNY specials are available from now till 8 February, for self-collection and delivery.

Order Ollella’s CNY collection today. 

Ollella is not a halal-certified bakery.

Where to buy Chinese New Year goodies for 2024

Now that you know the best shops for CNY goodies in 2024, read our guide to CNY reunion dinners and takeaways for this year! If you’re going for a quick JB getaway over the Chinese New Year break, check out our guide to the best food places in City Square JB.

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This post was brought to you by Ding Bakery, Cedele, Baker’s Brew, Chubsbakes, and Carlton Hotel.

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