Your Fave Panaderia Now Has Choc Nut Spanish Bread!

Life is tough, but you can at least treat your inner child.

IMAGE Julie's Bakeshop and Jasper Castro
ILLUSTRATOR Bea Faicol

Remember those days of munching on piece after piece of Choc Nut from the sari-sari store next door, or sweet, pillowy Spanish bread from your neighborhood panaderia? Yup, we feel you. Though we can't quite turn back time, there's no reason you can't still go for those treats now that you're an adult-and if you can hit those two birds with one stone, all the better. You'll be able to do just that because Julie's Bakeshop now makes Choc Nut Spanish Bread!

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Spanish bread gets a chocolatey, nutty twist.
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This Choc Nut filled bread will remind you of better days, and here's why:

These soft, breadcrumb-dusted rolls might look like any other Spanish bread at first glance-but take a bite and you'll be greeted with its creamy filling of Choc Nut spread that takes each roll to chocolatey and nutty new heights! Have it for breakfast with coffee to set you up for a great day ahead, or munch on it for merienda while watching clips of your favorite '90s shows on Youtube. You'll be in for a nostalgic time either way-something we could all use in these times.

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Each roll has a filling of Choc Nut spread!
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The Choc Nut Spanish Bread goes for P65 for a pack of six, but you can also get it by the piece for P11 each-note that prices may vary. Get it delivered to your doorstep by giving Julie's Bakeshop's hotlines a ring, or by ordering through Foodpanda.

Julie's Bakeshop is a bakeshop chain patterned after a Filipino panaderia. They make all sorts of classic Pinoy-style breads-from pan de sal to bicho-bicho to sliced loaves and more.

For orders, contact (0917) 814-4357 or (0961) 078-7835. You can also find Julie's Bakeshop on Foodpanda. For more information, check out Julie's Bakeshop's Facebook page.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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