Ube is not really an exotic ingredient in the Philippines. In fact, ube recipes and trends have been surfacing on the Internet for quite a while now – from dishes to desserts – and everyone’s going crazy about them. Thanks to ube, everything has purple in it; and restaurants and food business owners are always coming up with creative ways to incorporate the delicious root crop into their creations.
While blueberry and strawberry are more common cheesecake flavors, Made and Baked PH took the opportunity to create a Basque Burnt Ube Halaya Cheesecake. What I love about this is that you can definitely taste the ube halaya, and the cheesecake recipe has the right balance of creaminess. It’s not too sweet, either. You can tell that it’s really made with fresh ingredients, and they can deliver it straight to your doorstep!
A 6-inch cheesecake costs Php550, but they also have boxes of 3, 6, and 12 minis.
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Can’t choose between a box of chewy chocolate chip cookies and basque burnt ube halaya mini cheesecakes? Why not get both? ????? Pre-order these for Saturday’s bake day for Metro Manila & Rizal residents starting @ only P80 & not more than P160 delivery fee with our own rider! Cheaper than booking own Lalamove/Grab!
Aside from that, they also offer chunky cookie cups and other desserts. Check out what they have to offer here:
Made and Baked PH
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