These Cakes Are Inspired By Classic Pinoy Biscuits Such As Otap And Barquiron

Papa Diddi's just came out with a dessert line!

Local brand Papa Diddi's is best known for their delectable, handcrafted ice cream, but did you know they recently started making delicious cakes under their latest dessert line Sweet Origins? Many of their ice cream flavors are inspired by classic Pinoy flavors like Tablea de Cagayan and Toasted Forbidden Rice, and it looks like their cake is following suit because they just released three new cakes with the same homegrown flair: Sweet Origins' new line of heritage-inspired cakes are made with beloved Pinoy biskwit, otap, barquiron, and salvaro!

You can choose between three cakes: First, the Old-Fashioned Choco Barquiron, which takes the famous Iloilo biscuit and melds its crunchy texture with a gooey chocolate center.

Old-Fashioned Choco Barquiron
Photo by Facebook/papadiddis

They've also got the Choco Salvaro Duo, a dark chocolate cake topped with Leyte's popular salvaro biscuits.

Choco Salvaro Duo
Photo by Facebook/papadiddis
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Last but not least, the Otap Caramel Crunch features chiffon cake covered with caramel and sprinkled with crushed otap bits on top.

Otap Caramel Crumble
Photo by Facebook/papadiddis

Which one do you want to try first?

You can order Sweet Origins' heritage-inspired cakes through the Papa Diddi's website or by contacting their branches at 168 Maginhawa Street, Quezon City via (0977)372-2503; and at UG/F The Community Building, Metropoli Residenzia Drive, Bagumbayan, Libis, Quezon City via (0996)798-0861.


Thinking about what to cook next? Join our Facebook group, Yummy Pinoy Cooking Club, to get more recipe ideas, share your own dishes, and find out what the rest of the community are making and eating!

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