This Fluffy Dessert Combines Bibingka And Japanese Cheesecake
It comes with salted egg sauce on the side!
Bibingka, or baked rice cake made in a clay pot, is a long-beloved Filipino dessert. Its combination of sweet, fluffy rice cake mixed with salted egg (sometimes cheese) and coconut flakes is a timeless combination and one that has inspired many desserts like pancakes, ice cream, and more. If you love anything that replicates that same hearty mix of flavors, you'll want to try Sweet Joys' Bibingka Japanese Cheesecake!
Japanese cheesecake is known for its ultra-light, airy cake base, which makes for a fluffy dessert that goes great with coffee and can be eaten even after a heavy meal. Sweet Joys' take on the cake combines the unmistakable texture of Japanese cheesecake with the flavor of bibingka. It's topped with grated coconut and comes with salted egg sauce on the side, so you get the entire bibingka flavor profile, but in a much lighter form.
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You can order a 6" Bibingka Japanese Cheesecake for P600 through Sweet Joys' Instagram page.
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