How do you like to start your day, foodies?
Before I begin my workday, either back when I was in the office, or these days working from home, I like to take a quick coffee break and munch on some yummy baked goods.
My go-to orders from the panaderia near the office are cheese pan de sal and Spanish bread.
Pan de sal, the most common bread roll in the Philippines, is made with flour, yeast, sugar, eggs and water, a staple many breakfast tables.
Its softer, longer and more buttery and sugary version, on the other hand, is called Spanish bread.
These classic breads and my morning coffee have sustained me through many tedious reports, near-interminable meetings and more.
Now that I’m working from home (and I can’t go out to buy breads on a whim), jumpstarting my workday the way I like it has gotten a bit harder.
Thankfully, there’s a way for me to get my morning breads before I start my day working from home. Plus, they come with a colorful and flavorful twist, thanks to Tita She’s Bakery.
This new online store came about when twenty-four-year-old Kim Nunez was faced with slowed down projects as an events photographer and wanted a new source of income.
Chancing upon an article on Facebook about an online seller making Php7,000 a day from making and selling ube cheese pan de sal, Kim decided to try her hand at it as well.
With her mom’s help, she started baking the trending food item and started selling two days later.
She didn’t stop there.
Integrating her love for cakes and recognizing that Pinoys would love a new twist to their faves, she also came out with breads with popular cake flavors.
Pan de Sal flavors include ube, cheese, ube cheese, ube choco, choco cheese, choco hazelnut, banana cake, banana hazelnut and carrot cake.
These pan de sal are priced at Php5 to Php10 per piece for regular (65g) and Php7 to Php12 per piece for overloaded (90g with twice the filling as regular).
Spanish bread variants, on the other hand, include classic, ube, cheese, ube cheese, choco and choco hazelnut.
These Spanish breads are priced at Php8 to Php12 per piece for regular (65g) and Php12 to Php16 per piece for overloaded (90g with twice the filling as regular).
To get these yummy and freshly baked breads delivered to your doorstep, call +63 932 6032354 or +63 967 7613909 (cashless payments via BDO, BPI and GCash accepted) have them picked up at Lores, Antipolo City via Lalamove (pin “Tita She’s Bakery”). You can also check out Tita She’s Bakery on Facebook and Instagram.
Don’t worry about ordering a lot of these breads. Just store the leftover breads in the ref and reheat by microwave or oven toaster (two minutes at 150 deg C). They are still fluffy and soft after reheating, even if they’ve been in the ref for three days!
So, foodies, get ready to have a wonderful start to your workday with these flavored breads!
Disclosure: Product samples were provided to facilitate an honest review.
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3 thoughts on “Flavored breads from Tita She’s Bakery”
Spanish Bread is my favorite lalo na pag agahan kasi sinasawsaw ko sa gatas and it’s only Php5 hehe
Perfect with coffee these yummilicious breads 😋😋 and like the page as my support Ms. Gel 😍❤
Just like Spanish bread. Ngayon ang daming flavors na pagpipilian. Para sa akin masarap talaga ito sa mainit na kape at magugustuhan ng mga bata dahil love nila ang ube or cheese.