Taste the tropics!
Traveling isn’t really much of an option right now and I’m sure we’re all dying to head straight to the nearest beach or island. There’s absolutely nothing that can beat sipping on some coconut juice and munching on fresh coconut meat while you’re basking under the sun next to the sea. But since that’s out of the picture right now, why not transport yourself to your dream destination with these coconut desserts instead?
Coconut Cream Pie – HappyCoco
HappyCoco’s Coconut Cream Pie is a modern take on the classic buko pie we all know and love. Their version consists of a flaky and tender pie crust with fresh layers of coconut shreds and fluffy milky whipped cream and is topped with their special crunchy cereal to give it that extra bite. Apart from the classic Coconut Cream Pie flavor they also have an Ube Coconut Cream Pie.
Coconut Brioche Feuilletée – Mantikilya Boulangerie
Mantikilya Boulangerie is a home-based bakery based in San Juan that serves freshly baked Filipino-inspired bread using French techniques. They are best known for being home to the original Ube & Cheese Melonpan but now, we put the spotlight on their Coconut Brioche Feuilletée. It’s a buttery, soft, and flavorful loaf of bread that’s a leveled-up version of the Pan de Coco.
Coconut Ice Cream – Cielo’s Coconut Ice Cream
Indulge yourself in this luscious and creamy coconut ice cream from Cielo’s Coconut Ice Cream. It makes for the perfect summertime treat and is made with zero preservatives and all-natural and premium ingredients to give you the freshest quality. You can choose from Classic Buko, Buko Lychee, Guyabano, and Macapuno.
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Coconut Pie – Wildflour Cafe + Bakery
Wildflour Cafe’s coconut pie has become a crowd-favorite in the last couple of years and there’s no doubt why. Would you believe that this indulgent and decadent dessert is made using a natural sugar replacement that has zero calories, sugar, and artificial flavors and is non-GMO yet still remains to be as irresistible, if not more, than your regular coconut pies?
Coconut Cupcakes – Mom & Tina’s Bakery Cafe
Customers who frequent Mom & Tina’s Bakery Cafe would know that their coconut cupcake is one of the most underrated yet best-kept secrets on their menu. Though best known for their Dulce de Leche Chocolate Cake or their other home-cooked Filipino-American food, their coconut cupcakes deserve the spotlight as well and keep regulars coming back for more.
Coconut Donut – Cello’s Doughnuts
Cello’s Doughnuts & Dips has now established itself and become known for its delicious and unique flavors. Some of their famous flavors are Chocnut, Oreo Peanut Butter, and Cheese. But for something different, try the Coconut donut for a not-so-in-your-face yet still indulgent snack.
Why Not, Coconut? – Koomi
Koomi’s Why Not, Coconut? is a natural drinking yogurt mixed with activated charcoal and fresh coconut blended with natural fruit honey. Not only will you be able to quench your thirst with this drink but also gain the added benefits of yogurt, charcoal, and fresh coconut.
Sea Coconut Icy Combo – Hui Lau Shan
Hui Lau Shan is a Hong Kong-based brand famously known for its mango desserts. And though we’ve heard many people rave about their mango-based desserts, another treat you could try is their Sea Coconut Icy Combo for a refreshing, hearty snack.
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