This halo-halo comes in a cheesecake, not a cup. Cool, right?
Halo-halo cheesecake is the mixed dessert that even the coldest hearts will love
Sep 18, 2020
We don’t know about you, but we’re always in the mood for the sweetness of halo-halo. That’s why we were a bit jealous when we found out that New Yorkers can get those halo-halo doughnuts made by Eleven Madison Park alumna Kimberly Camara. But it’s okay, we’ve found ourselves another delectable dessert inspired by this Filipino favorite available here.
Offering a mix of flavors and colors in one creamy treat, Cheesecakery PH is baking halo-halo cheesecakes made of ube halaya base. It is also topped with the dessert’s regular ingredients such as banana, nata de coco, macapuno and sweet beans.
This Filipino dessert-inspired treat is available in 6″, 8″ and 10″ round cheesecake sizes for P750, P1,400 and P2,100, respectively. If you’d rather dig into this homebaked cheesecake alone, the bakery also offers it in a jar, which you can buy for P220.
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Introducing our Filipino-inspired dessert — Halo-halo Cheesecake! 💜 With a very creamy and tasty Ube Halaya Cheesecake base topped with a concoction of various Pinoy sweet treats, it surely guarantees a medley of local flavors and colors. 🌈 Available in 6", 8",10" and jar. 6" – 750.00 8 – 1,400.00 10" – 2,100.00 Jar – 220.00 #cheesecakeryph #cheesecakeph #cakeph #dessertph #foodpornph #foodph #birthdaycakeph #foodieph #yummyph #instafoodph #dessertsph #homemadeph #cakesph #cheeseph #blueberrycheesecakeph #foodphotographyph #bakingph #sweetsph #cheesecakeloversph #strawberrycheesecakeph #birthdaycake #cheesecakesph #mangocheesecakeph #oreocheesecakeph #blueberrycheesecakeph #bakedcheesecakesph #pinoyfood #pinoydessert #halohalo #halohaloph
Aside from this delectable halo-halo cheesecake, the bakery also sells various fruity cheesecake variants like mango, strawberry and blueberry as well as classic flavors like chocolate, coffee and caramel.
To place a cheesecake order, send Cheesecakery PH your name and contact number, receiver’s name and contact number (if you’re sending it to someone), delivery address and your order via Facebook or Instagram.
Header photo from Cheesecakery PH
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