Here’s Where to Get Healthy Desserts for Noche Buena

Don't let diets stop anyone from enjoying dessert!

Dessert can be the best part of any meal, especially this Christmas. Whether it's digging into a delicious cake, orbiting into delicious cookies, celebrating togetherness with delightful sweets are priceless experiences everyone deserves. If you're watching your sugar intake, you don't have to miss out on the joy of dessert during the holidays. Don't let anybody miss out and order these healthy desserts for Christmas. Whether it's sugar-free, diabetic-friendly, keto, Paleo, or vegan, there's a dessert that's sure to be a hit with everyone:

IMPORTANT NOTE: Most of these shops require lead time to order so you better get your orders down ASAP!

Photo by Courtesy of Earth Desserts

1 Earth Desserts

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Don't make getting another piece from the dessert buffet an issue. Indulge without the guilt with Earth Desserts' selection of vegan goodness. Check out their wide roster of doughnuts, cookies and brownies.

How to order? Contact them at (0917) 855-2748, go to their Instagram, or send them an e-mail at [email protected] You can also buy their granola at beautymanila.  Also, they occasionally hold pop-ups so watch out for that.

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2 Manna Bites

This company isn't just healthy for your body, it's also healthy for the environment. When you check out their page, you have the option to go zero waste! Their goods aren't just about being sugar-free, but they're also nutrient-dense and depending on the product, can be nut-free or dairy-free. This comes especially handy for those guests with allergies.

How to order? Go to their order page here

Want a bit of twist to your classic bibingka? Try their bacon and ham bibingka for P450.
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3 Sweetums Sweet Treats

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Sweetums Sweet Treats is the first to put delicious Bibingka into tin cans but you can request any flavor to be turned into vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free or keto-friendly for an additional fee. The healthy versions of their cakes range from P600-800.

How to order? Message them on Instagram or Facebook to fill out the form and pay in advance. Give them 2-3 days lead time.

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4 Sugar Fix Manila

With diabetes being so common in the Philippines, our need for going sugar-free is also constant. Sugar Fix has your back. 

How to order? Visit their shop from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM on 24 Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, South Triangle, Quezon City. You may also order from Honestbee.

This plain cheesecake, with all its fresh, sweet, and tangy flavors is also sugar-free and low carb. You can get it at only P 700 for a 6-inch cake.

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5 Gianna's Cookies

Gianna's Quattro Chocolate Cake was in our 25 Favorite Desserts list this year and with good reason. It's hard to believe that their tasty desserts are also healthy! Gianna's offers a wide array of keto-desserts, including choco butternut keto munchkins! 

How to order? You can message them on Viber at (0998) 859-8845. Check out their menu here. Fill-out their order form here. Their last delivery date for the holiday season is December 22 so you better hurry up!

Photo by Courtesy of Mirabai Sebastian

6 Green Bar Café

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Green Bar Café is a plant-based, American comfort food café based in Manila. They offer vegan options but also hold some impressive desserts. You don't have to go to their café as well, as they have delivery options! For P80, you can get one of their cupcake flavors: Chocolate Hill, Lemon Meringue, and Havana. Or choose from their adorable selection of doughnuts: P50 for the regular, P65 for filled and P5 for hole nibbles.

How to order? For deliveries: Check out their Instagram or Facebook Facebook and then call or text them at these numbers: 885-7537 and (0917) 808-2506. You can also visit their shop from 9 am - 10 pm at 252 Senator Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City.

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