Take A Break From Ube Cheese Pandesal: Ube Pan De Coco Will Be Your New Addiction

Calling all ube fans!

Ube-flavored breads and desserts seem to be everywhere and perhaps the trend's most popular snack comes in the form of ube cheese pandesal. We bet you've ordered or been sent at least a box or two of the hearty snack over the quarantine period. In case you're looking for new ways to satisfy your ube cravings, you may want to try ube pandesal's equally delicious sister, ube pan de coco!

Meet your next quarantreat: Ube pan de coco!
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You can get your ube pan de coco fix at Casa 1549, a home bakery owned by Pinay model Jeanine Tsoi. Like the ube cheese pandesal, this pastry boasts ultra-soft, airy, and ube-flavored bread in the yam's signature vibrant purple color. It's stuffed with homemade coconut filling that will remind you of macapuno-the coconut chunks are soft and almost jam-like. You can order ube pan de coco by the dozen for P380 per box.

The coconut filling has just the right of sweetness.
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In case you want to check out what other sweet treats Casa 1549 has to offer besides ube pan de coco, check out some of their menu items.

Plain pan de coco (P350/dozen)
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Ube cheese with halaya pandesal (P380/dozen)
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Soft and cheesy pandesal (P220/dozen)
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Chocolate crinkles (P250/box of six original; P300/box of six whole wheat)
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To order, visit Casa 1549 Bakery's Instagram page or contact them at 0916-371-5112. They make their baked goods daily, so you're guaranteed that your bread and cookies are fresh out of the oven!

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.phMinor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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