This Ube Halaya Cheesecake Is Topped With Halo-Halo Sahog!

Cheesecake meets halo-halo.

When it comes to creamy and cheesy desserts, you can't go wrong with a classic cheesecake. But if you want to try a different take on this crowd favorite, Cheesecakery adds a twist to cheesecake by adding local flavors inspired by a famous Pinoy summer dessert. Meet the Halo-Halo Cheesecake!

Photo by Instagram/cheesecakeryph
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Cheesecakery's Halo-Halo Cheesecake uses a luscious ube halaya cheesecake as its base but what makes this cheesecake stand out is the medley of sweet Pinoy ingredients that are usually used as sahog for halo-halo. This is topped with slices of banana or saba, nata de coco, garbanzos, red monggo, and surrounded by a ring of whipped cream.

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Cheesecakery's Halo-Halo Cheesecake costs P750/6-inch cake, P1,400/8-inch cake, and P2,100/10-inch cake. But if you want something smaller, the Halo-Halo Cheesecake also comes in smaller jars priced at P220/220 grams.

To place an order, message Cheesecakery on Instagram.

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