Bread And Baked Goods

Impossible Chocolate Flan Cake

The gathering will be amazed by the simple to produce impossible chocolate flan cake. It’s the best baked good since it combines chocolate cake, caramel, and (leche) flan in a decadent way! Greetings once more! Sanna here, ready to share yet another delicious dish with you. You’re in luck if …

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Pianono (Filipino Sponge Cake Roll)

With coffee or tea, a soft, pillowy sponge cake with a sweetened margarine filling makes the ideal combination. For breakfast or a snack in the middle of the day, try this jelly roll made in the Philippines! 1 What is Piano 2 The Filipino version 3 Use of cornstarch 4 …

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Chocolate Pandesal with Nutella Filling

Our traditional Filipino bread is transformed into a delectable delicacy with chocolate pandesal. They’re guaranteed to be a success with both kids and adults because they’re soft, fluffy, chocolaty, and have a creamy Nutella filling. Hello Kawaling Pinoy subscribers! I’m here with another unique dish for you, Sanna! I was …

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Pandan Pandesal with Ube Halaya Filling

Another taste variation on our traditional Filipino roll is pandan pandesal. They are as tasty as they are beautiful, with vibrant colours and heaping portions of creamy ube halaya. The cheese and red velvet variations were a big hit, and I’m so happy to have added not just one but …

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Corned Beef Hash Breakfast Pizza

With the tastiest mashup ever, boost your mood. The tasty, hearty, and sure-to-please Corned Beef Hash Breakfast Pizza is covered with delectable corned beef, runny eggs, and vibrant bell peppers. Perfect for a weekend brunch or breakfast! Corned beef in cans is one of the essentials in my pantry. It’s …

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Mango and Cream Cheese Turon

Our traditional lumpia dessert has been deliciously updated with mango and cream cheese. It’s a delicious fruit delight that’s guaranteed to be a hit since it’s perfectly sweet, crunchy, and creamy. However, when he was needing some yesterday, we were out of saba bananas. He was very dejected, so I …

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