Chinese New Year is no doubt a season of sharing food and every year, there is just one thing I love to make for my colleagues and close friends here in Melbourne. Sugee cookies! These melt-in-your-mouth cookies are so addictive, you will never be able to stop at one!
The best thing about these cookies are that they are so easy to make, and you don’t even need a mixer. All you need is a large bowl, a weighing scale and a wooden spoon! The you’re good to go! So if you’re thinking of making something that is a sure winner, try and make these! I am almost certain that your friends and family will love these!
Sugee Cookies (makes about 24-30 cookies)
80g almond meal
150g plain flour
100g sunflower oil
50g icing sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp bicarbonate soda
1 egg yolk + a splash of water (for egg wash)
1) Preheat oven to 170 degrees celcius. In a large metal bowl, aft all the ingredients except for the egg wash.
2) Take teaspoons full of dough and roll them into round balls. Place them on a lined baking tray and brush the top with egg wash.
3) Bake for 7 mins and rotate the tray to bake for a further 7 minutes until cookies are golden brown.
4) Allow it to cool on a cooling rack before you start popping them into your mouth or pack them in a bottle! Enjoy! (:
Just 4 easy steps to get this delicious bite, so don’t wait any longer! Go go go!
Remember to cook and bake with love!
20 thoughts on “Sugee Cookies : Easy and A Great Gift !”
I love how these are so small and tempting – you wouldn’t feel like you were eating anything unhealthy!
hehe yes! (: And it’s not too sinful to be honest! hehe But bite size definitely makes it feel less sinful too! x
Oh yummy, they look really good!!! Gonna try to make some soon. Hehe.
hehe please do! hehe I’m sure you will love them!
I feel like an idiot! I used semolina flour the last time I made sugee cookies, no wonder they didn’t turn out the way I expected them to be. Thanks for this recipe! Will try soon!
No worries! Don’t be silly! Cause sugee cake uses semolina! hehe So it’s easy to get mixed up! Hope you like them!!! x
Wah! So talented.. I can’t do this 😛
haha of course you can. You can do much more than this!
i was going to do this but CNY but never found the time, i guess ill just lick my screen!
hehe you can always have this anytime of the year! (: It’s easy enough to whip up anytime you feel like a treat! x
THE BOYS ATE ALL THE COOKIES!!! I came home one day and they were GONE.
hahah ALL??? Wow!! (: So glad they liked it!!! x
Hey Lianne, will it work if I use all almond meal instead of plain flour? Thanks babe…
I’ve not used only almond meal for this, so I’m not too sure. Sorry!
Thanks for the recipe. Delicious!
Hi Lianne, thanks for sharing the recipe. Just one question about the oven temperature. Is it 170 degrees celcius using fan forced?
yes it is!
Is the dough supposed to be very soft or stiff? Mine is soft therefore is difficult to roll into round balls? Seem like the shape can’t hold…..
It shouldn’t be crumbly, it should combine and form the balls easily actually!