You Can Now Find Mochi Ice Cream In Convenience Stores

A quick fix to your craving.

IMAGE Bea Faicol

Mochi is a Japanese glutinous rice cake. Sometimes, mochi is used to wrap a ball of ice cream transforming this humble rice cake into a summer dessert. Mochi ice cream isn't as widely available in the Philippines compared to popsicles and ice cream treats, but that's slowly changing.

Each packet of Mochi Ku has two pieces of mochi ice cream.
Photo by Bea Faicol

If you want a quick fix to your mochi ice cream cravings, Selecta has a Mochi Ku mochi ice cream that uses plain mochi with Selecta's vanilla-flavored ice cream inside. For P45, you can get a pack of Mochi Ku with two pieces of the mochi ice cream inside. We've got to give plus points that it's packaged separately because mochi tends to stick to each other due to its sticky texture. It's the perfect filling snack when you want something a satisfying icy-cold treat. 

Selecta's Mochi Ku (P45) is available in 7-Eleven stores.

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