No need to take the plates out with this cheesecake on a stick
The classic cheesecake gets a different look that busybodies might want to check out
Oct 1, 2020
Cheesecake is often served on a plate with a fork—but what if we told you it didn’t have to be?
The dessert shop Crave It revamps this popular dessert option and makes it more convenient for those who are always on their feet or need to multitask by serving it in a new style. Meet their frozen cheesecake-on-a-stick, which lets you carry this sweet dessert around anywhere—even around the house as you do chores.
Our must try and one of our best sellers Classic Fried Cheesecake! Order now or visit us at SM Fairview Parkway!🤎
Each serving gives you one slice of this dessert, which comes in eight flavors. One of these is their classic fried cheesecake, which was first frozen then fried and put on a stick with blueberry sauce toppings and a white chocolate drizzle.
Coated in semi-dark chocolate, Nathaniel is topped with almonds and Chocnut and drizzled with Nutella, while Romeo is topped with Oreo and chocolate chips with a white chocolate drizzle. The caramel-drizzled treats Calix is topped with Twix and chocolate chips while Carmel is topped with salted pretzels. Reminiscent of s’mores, Wallows is topped with torched marshmallows and drizzled with chocolate syrup.
Frozen Cheesecake on a Stick coated with Semi Dark Chocolate, topped with Oreo and Chocolate Chips, and drizzled with White Chocolate.😍
Crave It also has a matcha flavored cheesecake called Mateo, which is topped with wafer and choco crispies. Another flavor is Sofie, a mocha-coated cheesecake with butter cookie toppings.
Each cheesecake-on-a-stick is available for P150, but you can also personalize it for P170. If you want more than just a single slice, you can also order a 6” whole frozen cheesecake in one flavor for P800 or a 9” frozen cheesecake with assorted flavors for P1,500.
While they have a stall at LG Parkway in SM Fairview, you can also have Crave It’s cheesecakes delivered to you by sending your orders through their Facebook page.
Header photo from Crave It
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