IMG_6051CNY cookies are on sale every time this year… and every time this year, you either spend lots of money buying these for someone, or get lots of CNY goodies from business associates… as for me, i’m neither…. i can’t bear to spend to buy when i can bake, and in china, nobody gives such cookies… .·´¯`(>▂<)´¯`·……. 555555… NEH’ MIND! i make my own! and i shape them the way i want them to be! ٩(๑`ȏ´๑)۶

Recipe adapted from Through The Kitchen Door


120g almond meal (ground almond)
180g plain flour
120 caster sugar
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda


杏仁粉 120克
面粉 180克
绵白糖 120克
盐 1/4小匙
泡打粉 1小匙
苏打粉 1小匙

素油 120毫升

蛋黄 1颗 (打散)

120ml vegetable cooking oil (sunflower, canola or corn oil)

For Glazing:
1 egg yolk (beaten)


IMG_6048– Combine Ingredients A and B in a mixer and mix to form a dough. (In this part, you may use your hands to knead till all combined well.  It look more like crumbs but it is ok or you may add a little more oil in)
A 和 B 食材放入容器中搅拌成团 (此步骤有可能需要亲自动手以确保全部食材均匀混合。面团会偏颗粒状态 ~ 这个是没问题的 ~ 只需加多点油就可以)

– Scale the dough of about 7g each rounded portion.  (I used a watermelon ball roller to scoop out an amount instead of weighing to 7g everytime.  After that, using both my palms to lightly roll round again.)
面团分割成7克一份 (我用了西瓜勺子勺出同等份量~重量没沉 ~ 之后将面团用手掌搓圆)

– Arrange on a lined baking trays and glaze the surfaces with egg wash

– Bake at a preheated oven at 180 Celcius for about 15-20 minutes until lightly browned. Cool well before storage
送入预热之180摄氏度烤箱烤 15-20分钟,至稍褐色。待完全冷却后在收入密封盒

Personal notes/温馨小贴士:

IMG_6055– i halved the recipe and made 17 winnie the pooh cookies, each weighing around 15-17g

– i added 2 more teaspoon of coconut oil to the recipe (as i needed the dough to stick together)

– my cookies were baked in 13 mins
我的曲奇烤了 13分钟

– pooh’s expressions are piped with melted dark chocolate

IMG_6050my pooh bear looks like it just got a sun tan… ʕ̡̢̡*✪௰✪ૢʔ̢̡̢

IMG_6058these cookies are indeed yummy…. my maid couldn’t keep her hands of ’em!
thanks Mel for sharing such a lovely cookie recipe (⑅ ॣ•͈ᴗ•͈ ॣ)∟ᵒᵛᵉ૫૦∪

I am submitting this post to Bake Along #57 ~ Chinese New Year Cookies hosted by Joyce of Kitchen Flavours

bake along

Pollution index: 106 (lightly polluted)


(14) Comments

  • Mel (January 13, 2014)

    Yayyyyyy!! You made my FAVOURITE COOKIES!! Yayyyy! And you made this looking so cuteeeeee! I absolutely LOVE IT!!! Oh…..Wish I can do like yours but I really don\’t have a creative hands.

  • Baby Sumo (January 13, 2014)

    Winnie the pooh… winnie the pooh… hehe my kids love watching the cartoon… if my son see this sure he will ask me to make!

  • Jozelyn Ng (January 13, 2014)

    我的杏仁饼也是烤到这种颜色,和别人那种白白的不一样,看见你的杏仁饼和我的颜色相同,我就放心了。。。你的还画上 Pooh!我要!

  • 鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 (January 13, 2014)


  • kitchen flavours (January 13, 2014)

    You are the \”queen of cutie bakes\”!! You make the simplest cookies looks so cute!

  • Veronica Ng (January 13, 2014)

    How can I eat the cute pooh bear? You certainly make an ordinary cookie comes alive. Thumbs up for you!

  • 柠檬叶 (January 13, 2014)


  • AuntyYoung (January 13, 2014)

    Again! Each time I come to your house I\’m totally impressed by your passion for baking and your creativity as well.

  • Esther Lau aka Copycake Kitchen (January 13, 2014)

    Victoria\’s amazing hands, make everything so cute and pretty!!! Love these cute winnie the pooh almond cookies so much 🙂

  • May Law (January 13, 2014)

    饼干都可以做到winnie the pooh 的模样, 你真是万能的!

  • Ann Low (January 14, 2014)

    Hi Victoria, you always made the cutest buns and cookies. Wonder did you share your bakes with your neighbours?

  • lena (January 14, 2014)

    i made this recipe before and it\’s really nice and very fragrant…..if winnie can eat these cookies, i think it will love it too!

  • Zoe (January 14, 2014)

    Hi Victoria,

    You must have very steady hands to shape all Pooh bear cookies by hands!!! The lazy me will use the mould :p


  • bentomonsters (January 14, 2014)

    These are so cute! You are so gd!

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