Nasty Cookie outlets are now halal-certified; popular for cookies, soft serves and shakes

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Good news for those looking for new halal dessert places: homegrown cookie brand Nasty Cookie is now halal certified.

This was verified by The Halal Eater on MUIS online database on 30 September 2023.

Nasty Cookie is a specialty cookie shop selling cookies, soft serves and shakes.

Nasty Cookie originated as a home-based bakery in October 2018 and made its debut in the retail market in June 2019, becoming the inaugural store in Singapore to sell New York-style cookies that are popular for being thick, chunky, and gooey.

Apart from being recognized for their cookies, Nasty Cookie is known for their iconic blue boxes and super cool retail stores.

Nasty Cookie has gained recognition for its extensive selection of stuffed cookies, featuring enticing flavours such as Matcha Mania (S$5.50), Ondeh Ondeh (S$5.50), and Cookies N Creme Cheesecake (S$5.50).

Occasionally, new flavours are added to the menu, delighting customers with exciting and innovative taste experiences.

Furthermore, Nasty Cookie offers an array of milkshakes (starting from S$4.90) and a selection of soft serve options, including the Signature Soft Serve (S$2.90) and the Milo Soft Serve (S$3.20).

Aesthetic stores made for the ‘gram

True to its brand, Nasty Cookie outlets also boast its signature Tiffany blue aesthetic.

Even before it is halal-certified, it’s hard to miss these outlets that almost look like art installations in a museum.

Check them out:

Nasty Cookie Cafe
Nasty Cookie merchandise
Nasty Cookie outlet
Nasty Cookie Vivocity
Nasty Cookie Funan

Multiple stores islandwide
Opening hours: Operating hours vary across stores.
Halal status: MUIS Halal-certified

Photos by Nasty Cookie.

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