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New Dessert Alert: Pink 'Creamhorns' With A Strawberry-Custard Filling!

Creamhorns are a famous delicacy from Iloilo.
If you've ever been to Iloilo, you've probably bought packs of biscocho and butterscotch bars to bring back to Manila. One of the delicious Iloilo pasalubong finds that's definitely under the radar are creamhorns: it's a puff pastry cone with a sweet custard cream ...

Go Crazy With This Frozen Leche Flan's Six Flavors

Plus, you can get three tin cans for just P999!
They say if it isn't broken, then don't fix it. Well, leche flan is perfect as is, but that doesn't mean you can't try new things with it! Case in point are these frozen flavored leche flans from What's Your Flan, a ...

This Cream Cheese Garlic Bread Is Topped With Bacon Bits And We're Drooling

Because bacon makes everything better.
Korean-style garlic cream cheese bread has been everywhere lately, and it's already a drool-worthy creation in itself but we recently spotted a version that takes the bread to even more indulgent heights. Iloilo online shop Caveat Eater makes Korean Cream Cheese Garlic Bread ...

This Blueberry Sans Rival Is a Berry Pretty Treat

If salted-caramel sans rival is more your thing, this shop has that, too!
We get it. Searching for the perfect dessert for the holidays that every family member would like is hard, so we offer one possible contender: Blueberry Sans Rival. The elders would appreciate the classic treat and the kids are sure to get ...

This Leche-Flan Stuffed Pan de Sal Will Have You Drooling

Meet the Flandesal.
We've been seeing pandesal stuffed with all sorts of fillings lately—from ube and cheese to molten chocolate. It makes sense; pan de sal, after all, is a neutral canvas that takes well to just about anything you pair it with. Here's a ...

This Dessert Is A Combination Of Graham Cake And Leche FLan

Everyone, meet Graham de Leche.
Sure, leche flan and graham cake are great on their own—the former is a smooth and rich custard with the deep flavor of caramel, while the latter is a layered concoction of graham crackers and cream. But this one-of-a-kind creation by Iloilo ...

This Yakult Ice Cream Is the Coolest, Creamiest We've Seen Yet

It's got the signature tangy flavor of Yakult in every scoop!
Yakult fans should be happy: a number of local purveyors got the idea to create spinoff desserts flavored with the cultured-milk drink—and here's another one to add to your must-try list: Yakult Ice Cream (P257/pint) by Iloilo bakeshop Bakery by Louis!Their ice-cream ...

This Cute Rainbow Cake Has Frosting That Looks Like A Watercolor Painting!

They also do customized cakes!
More being a way of fulfilling our sweet tooth, cakes are also a wonderful medium to play around with visual elements like color—and we spotted a cake on our feed that totally caught our eye. Dubbed the Rainbow Watercolor Cake (P880/9-inch cake), ...

This Shop Lets You Have Your Milk Tea Served In Bamboo Cups

It's an eco-friendly way to support local products, too.
This milk tea shop in Iloilo is selling milk tea in reusable bamboo cups!  You have the option of having your order of milk tea served in the bamboo cups instead of the single-use plastic cups when you dine-in. If you love your bamboo cup ...

Iloilo's Original Biscocho Haus Is Now Available Online!

You can have biscocho and butterscotch delivered to your doorstep!
A trip to Iloilo is not complete without bringing home a box of biscocho and butterscotch. But while we’re all quarantined and travel restrictions are in place, Iloilo’s Original Biscocho Haus made it easier to satisfy your biscocho and butterscotch cravings with the ...

This Is One Of The Oldest Bakeries In The Philippines

You can find Hojaldres here, a flaky, buttery biscuit made from layers and layers of dough!
Step inside Panaderia de Molo in Iloilo City and you will be greeted by shelves of biscuits and pastries—galletas, biscocho, broas, toasted mamon, and more. You can also buy pre-made molo soup, everything in it made from scratch (even the molo wrapper ...

A Food Fan's Guide To Iloilo: Batchoy, Molo Soup, And More

Come hungry and go home satisfied!
When one thinks of food destinations in the Western Visayas, Iloilo should be on anyone’s list. Iloilo’s famous batchoy, hearty molo soup, and the fresh seafood are just some of the best eats the province has to offer. This is one province ...

We Found Brazo De Mercedes That Ube Fans Will Love

Ube goodness in every bite.
Imagine biting into soft sweet meringue, flavored with ube, and finding a chunky ube halaya center in the middle of the brazo de Mercedes slice—ube fans will surely sigh in contentment.Brazo de Mercedes is a rolled cake made of sweet meringue and ...

What To Eat When You're Traveling Around The Philippines

Add these to your itinerary!
You won't run out of places to go to and explore in the Philippines, especially during the summer. Each destination has its own shade of blue sea water, beautiful sunset, charming sights, locals to meet, and food to indulge in.If you’re planning on spending ...

Iloilo's Famous Soup Is Now Available At Mang Inasal

It goes well with chicken inasal and rice!
What could possibly make your go-to Mang Inasal order of chicken inasal and unlimited rice (with a drizzle of chicken oil, of course!) better? Well, a hot bowl of soup like Mang Inasal’s Molo Soup could definitely make your meal more satisfying.  If you aren’t ...

24 Hours in Iloilo? Here Are All the Delicious Things You Should Eat

What does one do when given less than 24 hours in Iloilo? Eat, of course!
Chances are, you might be staying in one place for more than 24 hours. But in some cases when you're left with only a day to explore, you can still enjoy the city of Iloilo, take the grand tour, and rediscover what the ...

WATCH: How to Eat Your Way Around Iloilo City

There's more than just batchoy in Iloilo!
Have you visited Iloilo? Make sure to come hungry and get your fill of the city's homegrown hits. Read the full story in the February 2017 issue of Yummy magazine for a list of good eats in the birthplace of batchoy. Grab a ...
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