Lighting Hearts Lighting Homes 2020

Bake from the Heart

Delicious homemade cookies are festive essential and the process of making them as a labour of love, joy and sweat is a highlight of the Festival of Lights.

It is definitely more convenient to buy these goodies readymade from shops, but we believe it is just as important to prepare the goodies with love and share it with our beneficiaries.
We welcome all homemade cookie enthusiasts to bake simple Suji biscuits for our beneficiaries.

Given the number of beneficiaries this year, we hope that each baker will be able to bake a minimum of 10 bottles of loved filled Suji biscuits.

The recipe for the Suji biscuits can be found below. Please feel free to pen some wishes on the cookie bottles.

Sponsorship of Bottles.
We are working with a sponsor who will provide the bottles for your cookies, hence you will not need to purchase the bottles. To facilitate the delivery of the bottles to you, we request that you provide your home address.


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Suji biscuit recipe for LHLH2020

1. 350g self-raising flour
2. 200g ghee
3. 150g icing sugar
4. 150g semolina flour
5. Pinch of salt

1. Add all ingredients into a big mixing bowl
2. Mix/knead till batter comes together
3. Roll dough into small balls and place on baking sheet, keeping a small distance as the balls will expand once baked
4. Bake at about 170 – 180 deg C, fan-forced for about 15-18 mins depending on your oven
5. Cool biscuits and pack into bottles
6. This recipe yields about 150 pieces of suji (approx. 2.5cm in diameter once baked) and can fill up 2 bottles (approx. 10x15cm which will be sponsored)
7. Seal bottles to ensure they are air-tight
8. You are encouraged to write some well-wishes for our recipients on the bottles

As we reach out to our beneficiaries, we have a moral obligation to ensure that our processes and products are of the highest quality which means ensuring hygiene and cleanliness. We seek your understanding in the following NEA’s guidelines on Food Hygiene. 

NEA guidelines on food hygiene

Drop off Details

All cookies are to be dropped off at our collection point between 10.00am to 6.00pm from 26 OCT to 30 OCT 2020 and 9.00am to 1.00pm on 31 OCT.

Sree Narayanan Mission Care Centre.
394 Race Course Rd, Singapore 218649


Getting Here

North South Line (NEL 8) Farrer Park Station Exit G.
· Take exit G via Race Course Rd and left into Perumal Rd. Walk along Race Course Rd to Sree Narayana Mission Care Centre.
· Take exit G via Serangoon Rd, walk along Serangoon Rd, turn left after Shell station into Race Course Rd and right to Sree Narayanan Mission Care Centre.

Nearest Bus Stops
Serangoon Road – Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple (07211)
· Alight and walk along Serangoon Rd, turn left after Shell station towards Race Course Rd and right to Sree Narayanan Mission Care Centre.

Serangoon Road – Sri Vadapathira kaliamman Temple (07221)
· Alight, walk against the traffic directions along Serangoon Rd, turn right towards Race Course Rd and right to Sree Narayanan Mission Care Centre.

NR 6, 21, 23, 64, 65, 66, 67, 125, 130, 139, 147, 857

Nearest Carparks lots
• Along Race Course Road
• PGP Hall, 397 Serangoon Road, 218123
• Civil Service Club @ Tessensohn, 60 Tessensohn Road, 217664
• Block 684, Race Course Road, 210684