Coffee Cookies For Holidays

Freshly baked Coffee Cookies with Chocolate chips, photo taken by peachpurple


I am a coffee addict.

I bet I am not the only one who is a big fan of coffee.

Are you?

Most freelance writers are coffee addict too, in order to burn the midnight oil and perk up the lazy mornings to get things going. Coffee is a powerful ingredient, isn’t it? Better than painkiller!

My morning without coffee will be an uneasy day if I missed my usual warm cup of 3-in-1 coffee mix. I would feel at loss, not in mood to do anything at all.

Do you feel the same?


Do you know that you could add coffee into your meals and bakeries? I just found out that my kids could taste the sweet side of coffee by indulging to their favorite snacks, cookies !

Since, kids are not advisable to drink caffeine beverages, I decided to try mixing coffee powder for baking purpose.

Coffee is a popular ingredient in cookies, muffins, cakes and ice-cream as well.

It brings a tangling coffee taste, sweet and fragrant with a little bitter taste but I don’t mind.

Try this Coffee Cookies for a different flavor. These coffee cookies are easy to bake and super delicious!

I made this first batch of Coffee Cookies today , which approximately yield 35 rosy shape cookies. An ideal Coffee Cookies for Christmas or any holidays, maybe teatime snack too.


I love the great combination of coffee powder with batter that blended well with chocolate rice, two in one of my favorite cookie ingredients in a jar.

The best melt in the mouth cookies I had ever tasted! Do try and let me know, CHEERS!

COFFEE Cookies Recipe


# 190g butter, diced

# 100g castor sugar

# 1 egg yolk

# 2 tbs condensed milk or powder milk

# 2 tsp coffee powder mix with 1 tbsp hot water

# 250g plain flour

# 1 tsp baking powder.



  1. Line cookie tray with baking sheet.
  2. Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
  3. Beat in egg yolk until creamy.
  4. Add in condensed milk and mixed coffee.
  5. Sift in flour and baking powder.
  6. Mix well until batter are well combined.
  7. Fill in batter into piping syringe fitted with STAR nozzle.
  8. Pipe into rosette shapes onto the prepared tray.
  9. Sprinkle cookies with chocolate rice.
  10. Bake in preheated oven at 180C for 25 minutes.
  11. Cool on rack before store into air tight container.

Yield: 25 cookies

Serve: 3 persons

Prepare time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 25 minutes

Ready time: 35 minutes


Besides drinking coffee, do you mix your favorite coffee into your meals, ice-cream or jellos?

What brand of coffee do you like best?

Try this Chocolate Banana Puddings for more snacks





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