How are your sweet cravings, foodies?
Sugar addicts like me are sure to be missing their usual dessert places with many restos and cafes closing shop during the enhanced community quarantine.
If your usual dessert haunts are currently inaccessible, you’ll be happy to know that desserts and baked goodies from these stores are available for delivery.
1. Cookies from Sugar Creations by Alex
“C is for cookie. That’s good enough for me.”
For all you Cookie Monsters out there, mommy Alex whips up crave-worthy cookies like Dark Chocolate, Dark Oatmeal, Classic Chocolate Chip and Smookies.
2. Breads from Chloe Creations Bakeshop
Even if you’re working from home, you can still use a coffee break.
Have a few pieces of Ubechizdesal or a slice or two of Banana Loaf to go with your favorite cuppa.
3. Cakes from Carla Kusinera
C’mon… you know there’s always room for dessert! There’s nothing like a sweet treat to cap off a great meal.
So how about a slice of Carla Kusinera’s light and fluffy Creme Brulee Cake or decadent Chocolate Cake?
4. Mocha Dalgona Avocado Gelato from What’s Your Flan?
With the summer heat intensifying, what we sometimes need is to cool down with a a frozen treat.
Indulge yourself with a tin of Mocha Dalgona Avocado Gelato (with real Dalgona candies) from What’s Your Flan?!
5. Burnt Basque Cheesecake from Sweet Samthings
My birthday-in-quarantine was still a happy one with this lusciously milky and custardy Burnt Basque Cheesecake from Sweet Samthings.
6. Apple Pie from Yellowbakerbug
Want a taste of home-style apple pie? I know I did last Mother’s Day!
That smell of cinnamon that wafted from the crumbly and sweetly spiced pastry from Yellowbakerbug got me and the fam salivating! Its crisp apple slices and buttery crumb topping make it a perfect dessert for my Mother’s Day meal.
Now you know who to call to sate your sweet cravings during quarantine!
Thanks to Harvard of AlwaysHungryPH for sharing the goodies from Chloe Creations Bakeshop, Karla Kusinera and What’s Your Flan?
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