Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies

It is Chinese New Year today and there is bound to be a lot of food and snacks eaten during this festival. There are a lot of Chinese New Year cookies and cakes served to guests and also eaten by those celebrating. Waistlines might grow and you might find your new year clothes getting a bit tight. 
For those who would like to have more cookies but prefer a healthy version, this is a recipe for chocolate chip cookies with no sugar, no butter (replaced with alternative of nut butter), no flour and no eggs. 
Ingredients :
200 grams of gluten free rolled oats
2 mashed bananas (about 150 grams)
340 grams of nut butter of your choice (for example peanut or almond)
½ teaspoon sea salt
2 tablespoon 100% pure maple syrup or honey
100 grams of pitted dates
50 – 100 grams of chocolate chips

Method :
1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees celcius.
2. Mix all the ingredients together except for the chocolate chips and blend them in a food processor.
3. Take the ingredients out of the food processor and put them into a bowl.
4. Pour the chocolate chips into the bowl and mix together with the other ingredients to become your dough.
5. Brush your baking tray with some oil.
6. Take 1 – 2 tablespoons of the dough and roll it into a ball with your hands. 
7. Place the ball onto the baking tray and press it into a cookie shape you desire. You can also use a cookie cutter to cut the dough into the shape you want. Leave some space between the cookies you place on the tray.
8. Place the baking tray into the oven and bake for about 15 minutes. You can use a toothpick or skewer stick to poke into the cookie to test if it is cooked. If it is cooked, no residue will stick to the stick.
This recipe will make about twenty standard sized cookies (vary depending of your cookie size). We hope you enjoy this healthier version of cookie and have fun making these for your gatherings or parties aside from just Chinese New Year.
Madam Wong’s 70th Birthday

Madam Wong’s 70th Birthday

Recently, one of our customer, Madam Wong, celebrated her 70th birthday. We planned a dinner for her birthday which was on her actual birthday night.
Here is the video we created with the compilation of all the videos and pictures taken during her celebrations. She is very lucky to have not just one celebration but more than that. She also had the pleasure of her relatives coming from China to visit her in Penang, Malaysia so there were more feasting throughout her birthday week. They were not told that it was her birthday, though. Watch the video to know more.

Thank you, Madam Wong for being our customer and supporter since the beginning of Myle Enterprise’s time. Wishing you prosperity, longevity, continued happiness and good health always.

Happy birthday to you, Madam Wong.

Event Tips Video : Making A Simple Cake (Non-Butter Recipe)

Event Tips Video : Making A Simple Cake (Non-Butter Recipe)

In our previous post, we posted an article on how to make a basic cake. It included the recipe and methods on how to make a basic cake, which can be used as the foundation of a cake you want to decorate.


In this blog post, we have a video on how to make a simple cake. It is complete with the ingredients and tutorial on how to make and bake a simple cake. This time, the recipe is for a non-butter cake and we are using vegetable oil instead. You can choose to use other types of cooking oil. This is an alternative to the recipe that uses butter to make cakes.


It is a YouTube video, so if you are following the video while making your cake, you can pause anytime in between while you are at a certain step of your cake making.



This cake would be great to be served at events like tea party, brought as souvenir to your friend’s gathering or to be your canvas for further decoration of the cake.

We hope you enjoyed the video and good luck with making your cake.