The history of cookie-making began when the ancient Romans made a thick paste of wheat flour with water and then fried it. It also probably began along with the influence of sugar cultivation and processing, from India and China to the Middle East and then to Europe.
During the Middle Ages, biscotti were introduced by the Italian merchants. From then on, biscotti gave rise to the British term of cookie – “biscuit”. Then, around 17th and 18th century, the British and the Dutch immigrants brought the developed baking standards to America. The modern American term “cookie”, came from the Dutch word “kookje” , meaning “little cake”. The American then invented a diverse cookie recipes, which then spreaded back to Europe and to the rest of the world. One of the example is the famous Toll House chocolate chip cookies made by Ruth G. Wakefield from Massachusetts.
Fel Bakery is introducing a macaroon look mixed cookies as additional treats to your indulgence. These scrumptious little round cookies are made of fine ingredients such as butter, sugar, milk and a mixture of selective flavours such as Taro, Green Tea, Honey and Dark Chocolate, and then enhanced by a subtle nutty flavour from almond and cashew mixture. These cookies come in pairs, bind together with a mixture of delicious chocolate spread mix . Available in a pack of twelve, our mixed cookies are perfect companion for tea time as well as coffee time. Let our mixed cookies also enrich your festive occasions.
We require a minimum of 3 days notice for order.