TWD: Honey-Wheat Cookies

The past few weeks had been quite hectic for me. Most of my time was consumed by preparing for the move to Taiwan for both myself and the dog, and also trying to clear my pantry by cooking/ baking as much as possible. On top of that, I had to put everything behind, went back to Penang, Malaysia and spent a week there celebrating Chinese New Year with my father. So you can imagine the mad rush I had to go through to make sure that everything's done before I leave Singapore!

Anyway, I can finally heave a sigh of relief, as the dog had already been sent to Taiwan yesterday and I'll also be leaving Singapore in a few hours time. The next 1-2 years will be exciting for me, I'm sure of that! I can't wait to explore Taiwan and try out all the local foods!

I'm glad that I managed to bake these honey-wheat cookies even though I was very busy last week. It is a recipe chosen by Michelle of Flourchild for TWD this week. The cookies are chewy and I like the combination of honey and lemon. It's a tad too sweet for my liking though, but I will definitely bake these cookies again!

If you want to give the recipe a try, head over to Michelle's blog!


A lovely match! Great cookies!


Susan said…
Your picture is beautiful! Love the look of your cookies. I enjoyed these, a lot!
Cheryl ♥ said…
these look delicious! hahah i hope you enjoyed your stay in sg, have a safe trip! (i sound like some tour guide lol)
Kayte said…
Best wishes for your travel and life in Taiwan, what an exciting thing to be doing. Your cookies look like absolute perfection. I loved these, they were the perfect match with a cup of tea as the lemon and honey were built right into the cookie. What a deal!
Pamela said…
Good luck on your new adventure. Your cookies look lovely in this stunning photo.
tigerfish said…
Happy move! Oh you really reminded me of myself. I moved from Sgp to California, then to Taiwan, then back to Sgp, then finally wish I could be in California yesterday and stop moving. SO tiring.
TeaLady said…
cookies look great.

Look forward to learning about your new adventures. Only a foodie would determindely list 'try the local foods' as the goal of a new place to live. LOL