The ube obsession doesn't stop, and we're all for it! Ube breads and desserts are here and there, and one of the most popular is ube cheese pan de sal. While we do agree that it is the best tinapay that was invented, we should put a spotlight on its sister: The ube pan de coco!
You can get your ube pan de coco fix at Casa 1549, a home bakery owned by Jeanine Tsoi. Like the ube cheese pan de sal, it has a super soft ube-flavored bread that comes in that iconic purple color. The homemade coconut filling reminds you of macapuno—the coconut chunks are soft and almost jam-like. It has the right amount of sweetness so you won't get umay! You can order ube pan de coco by the dozen for P380.
Besides the ube pan de coco, Casa 1549 also offers the following:
Plain pan de coco - P350/dozen
Ube cheese with halaya pan de sal - P380/dozen
Soft and cheesy pan de sal - P220/dozen
- Original chocolate crinkles - P250/box of six
Whole wheat chocolate crinkles - P300/box of six; (These guilt-free cookies are for the chocoholic! It has a rich cocoa taste, and we assure you, you won't believe it's made with whole wheat flour!)
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!
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