10 Must-Try Imaginative Desserts with Pinoy Flavors

They're all part of this year's list of 50 favorite desserts!

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These are hardly one-note wonders! See which desserts used well-loved local fruits, flavors, and ingredients to create totally new and delectable treats:

 

Buko Mango Trifle by Simply Pie

Summer flavors in a trifle!

 

 

Cashew Petit Fours by A&D Teaspoon

These flourless tarts are made with cashew nuts.


 

Luxury Cathedral Window by The Bandana Baker

This will remind you of afternoons spent eating this panna-cotta and gelatin treat.


 

Goat's Cheese Ice Cream by Happy Creamery

A creamy goat's cheese ice cream provides a delicious base for caramelized pili nuts.


 

Marshmallow Calamansi Cake by CSL Pastries by Carmela

The marshmallow frosting is just a prelude to the tart and moist sponge cake infused with calamansi liqueur.

 

 

1969 Cookies by Scout's Honor

Anyone who loves the local Choc Nut bar will want to have a piece...or two!


 

Duo Cheesecake by Indulgence by Irene

Cheesecake goodness times two: there's a queso de bola layer plus an ube cheesecake layer!

 


 

XO Coffee Cake by Baker's Table

 Do you see the familiar local XO candy used as topping for this moist cake? 


 

Salted Egg Custard Cupcake by SALT Bakery

A creamy salted egg center is the star of this cupcake.


 

Ube Cupcake by The Midnight Baker

Real ube flavors in a cupcake!

 

 

See the full list of Yummy’s 50 favorite desserts in the October 2015 issue of Yummy magazine.


You can also download the digital issue here.


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