It doesn’t get any more comforting than a cookie. Whether you’re nursing a broken heart or are just in the mood for a sweet treat, a cookie (or two) works wonders to raise your spirits. The good news is that there are online stores that offer and deliver their treats straight to your door. Bookmark this list for when you need to satisfy that cookie hankering—yes, even when you can’t get out of the house.
Treat your inner cookie monster with these 10 cookie purveyors in Manila:
1. Mo’ Cookies
Mo’ Cookies is famous for their larger-than-your-palm, thick, chewy cookies. Though their stores are closed for the meantime, you can still get your fill of their The Chocolate Chip (P135), and South Cotobato Chocolate Fudge (P160) cookies at selected Moment Group restaurants around the Metro, available for delivery via Grabfood and Foodpanda.
For orders, contact 8256-3621 (Manam Molito), 8256-3621 (Ooma Molito), 8332-9390 (Manam Net Park), 7621-4052 (Ooma BGC), 8550-1964 (8Cuts Serendra), 7900-5750 (Manam Trinoma), 0945-146-4184 or 09191-084-5719 (The Mess Hall), 7728-2735 (Manam Rockwell) 7958-6712 (Ooma Rockwell), 7720-5980 (8Cuts Rockwell), or 7625-0515 (Manam Greenbelt). You can also find these stores on Grabfood and Foodpanda. For more information, check out Mo’ Cookies’ Facebook page.
2. Moloko Handcrafted Cookies
Moloko is an Instagram favorite with their wide range of flavors. They have everything from your classic Ghirardelli (P515/six pieces, P980/one dozen) to the nutty Toffee Almond (P505/six pieces, P960/12 pieces) to the more offbeat Unbirthday Cookie (P425/six pieces, P800/one dozen) with sprinkles and a surprise cream cheese filling. But it’s their thick, chunky New York-style cookies that are especially famous—try the classic-leaning Chips n’ Chunx (P570/three pieces, P1,090/six pieces) or the uber-chocolatey 5-Chocolate (P570/three pieces, P1,090/six pieces).
3. Notorious Treats
Looking for something other than the usual chocolate chip cookies? Try Notorious Treats’ Shorty de Leche (P270/four pieces, P490/eight pieces, P890/16 pieces) cookies for size. These treats consist of a dense brown-sugar shortbread base topped with a generous dollop of homemade dulce de lecheand Himalayan pink salt for a sweet and salty, crisp and chewy bite. Prefer to share? You can also get the smaller-sized versions, dubbed Lil’ Shorties (P350/10 pieces, P650/20 pieces, P990/30 pieces).
For orders, send a message to Notorious Treats’ Instagram page.
4. The Good Batch
The Good Batch boasts a short but (literally) sweet menu of crowd-pleasing cookies. There’s the Chocolate Chip (P350/eight pieces, P600/15 pieces), a chewy number loaded with chocolate chips; and the Nutella Sea Salt (P300/six pieces, P550/one dozen), which has three different kinds of chocolate chips and comes filled with its namesake chocolate-hazelnut spread. Cookies are baked fresh upon order; at the moment, they’re only doing pickups and deliveries around the Ayala Alabang area.
For orders, send a message to The Good Batch’s Instagram page.
5. Eenie Minni PH
There’s something for everyone at this cookie shop that’s been around since 2013. The Chocochip Walnut (P125/piece, P360/box of three, P720/box of six) and Triple Chocolate (P120/piece, P330/box of three, P660/box of six) are dependable choices, but go out of your comfort zone and try the more Filipino-leaning Ube Cheesecake (P140/piece, P395/box of three, P790/box of six), too. They’ve even got Cookie Shots (P430), or cookie-shaped “shot glasses” that you can fill with milk.
For orders, send a message to Eenie Minni PH’s Instagram page.
6. FluffYummy PH
FluffYummy PH is especially known for its New York-style cookies, which are crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside, and delightfully chunky all over. Choose from the NYC Dark, White Almond, DC Pretzel, Salted Dark, and Hazelnut Milk variants, which you can get in a gift tin of 20 pieces of mini cookies (P590) or in a box of six (P550). Prefer a crumbly, not-too-sweet treat? Try the Original Butter Sable (P150/tube) or the Chocolate Sable (P150/tube), both of which make great companions to your afternoon tea.
For orders, contact 0917-726-7082 or send a message to their Instagram page.
7. MDJ Cookies
Aside from their on-point branding, MDJ Cookies offers a whimsical selection of cookies that'll please both your present adult self and your inner child. Each cookie has its own personality: the Salted Brown Butter Chocolate Chip (P30/piece, P190/six pieces, P370/dozen) is an ode to the classic, upgraded ever so slightly with the use of brown butter and salt; the Dark Chocolate Macadamia (P40/piece, P250/six pieces, P490/dozen) is delightfully bittersweet; the White Chocolate Macadamia (P40/piece, P250/six pieces, P490/dozen) is more on the creamy side; and the Birthday Cake (P35/piece, P220/six pieces, P430/dozen) is decidedly festive. Pro tip: Just add P20 to add a name on the box.
8. Baked by Cera
Baked by Cera is best known for their impressive-looking cakes, but your inner cookie monster won’t be disappointed with their cookie selection either. They’ve got Classic Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Chip Walnut, White Chip Macadamia, and Triple Chocolate (P55/piece, P400/box of eight) variants, all of which come moist and gooey with a generous amount of mix-ins.
9. Sunday Bakeshop
Sunday Bakeshop makes huge, thick 150-gram cookies that you’ve gotta break into two to believe—they’re as chewy and gooey as can be. Take your pick from the Belgian Chocolate Chunk with Walnut (P150/piece), Triple Chocolate (P150/piece), Dark Choco Matcha (P150/piece), Hazelnut-Nutella (P150/piece), S’Mores (P150/piece), Truffle Macadamia (P150), Snickerdoodle with Cookie Butter (P150/piece), or White Chocolate Macadamia (P150/piece) variants. You can also get a box of eight cookies with one of each flavor (P1,050) so you can sample a little of everything. They bake their cookies to order and have a three-day lead time, so plan ahead!
For orders, check out Sunday Bakeshop’s Instagram page.
10. Delirious Cookie Co.
Delirious Cookie Co. lives up to their name—at least as far as how you’ll feel after sampling their ooey, gooey cookies, which are named after different moods. The Serious (P420/box of six) a.k.a. chocolate chip and the Nutty (P440/box of six) a.k.a. chocolate chip walnut are fan favorites, but we’re especially big fans of their Mighty variant (P470/box of six), which offers a crunchy-chewy, surprisingly not-too-sweet mix of browned butter, toffee milk chocolate, and toasted almonds. They bake your cookies to order, so be sure to message them two to three days in advance.
For orders, send a message to Delirious Cookie Co.’s Instagram page.
*This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.