7 Icy Treats Perfect for the Summer

Who doesn't love an icy, refreshing treat to help you chill out?

If the sweltering summer heat is making you melt, we’ve made a rundown of fun cold desserts you can easily find in Manila. Who doesn’t love an icy, refreshing treat to help you chill out? 

The Farmacy’s Classic Banana Split

Nothing beats a classic. This treat is has all of your fave things: bananas, ice cream, whipped cream, nuts, chocolate, and of course, cherries on top! 

 Liq My Stick's Popsicles 

These popsicles are 100% plant-based, and made from locally-sourced fruits and veg.

The Superfood Grocer’s Super Scoops Ice Cream 

Dairy-free, egg-free, and refined-sugar free ice cream is super possible—and super delicious!

 Café Seolhwa’s Bingsu

Bingsu, a Korean shaved iced dessert, is becoming more popular in Manila. Café Seolhwa has a variety of flavors, from chocolate brownie to mangoes and cheese. 

The Lost Bread’s Soft Brioche French Toast ala Mode 

This milkshake bar really knows how to shake things up! This French toast combines ice cream, salted yema, and bruleed bananas. 

 Sebastian’s 30-layer Ice Pops

These ice pops celebrate the country’s local flavors with their halo-halo and mais con hielo flavored popsicles, creatively layered with fun colors. 

Llucia Churreria's Soft-served Churros

Crunchy churros served over a smooth soft-serve ice cream, then drizzled with either chocolate or caramel sauce. Yum! 


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Main image by Riell Santos; Dessert images from Instagram

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