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Yakult Cake Is The Newest Dessert You'd Want To Try With The Kids (It Costs P450!)The distinctive flavor of Yakult blends well with this buttery cake. Yum!
Let’s face it, you don’t just drink Yakult for its health benefits — much of Yakult’s appeal also lies in its tangy, milky flavor. For this reason, you’ll also find Yakult used in other desserts, including ice cream, and this time, cake. That's right, Parañaque-based purveyor Melange.ph makes Yakult Cake (Php450/six inches), a tres leches-inspired, snow-white creation which pairs the distinctive flavor of Yakult with a buttery cake.
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Melange.ph delivers around the Metro — just send a message to their Facebook or Instagram page with your name, contact number, address, and orders. You can then pay via BPI bank deposit or GCash, and they can help arrange the delivery for you.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Prefer a more bittersweet dessert? Melange.ph also makes Tiramisu (Php380/small, Php750/large) with a thick layer of cream and a generous dusting of cocoa powder. They also offer Banoffee Pie (Php180/small, Php350/medium, Php600/large) that’s made special with a sprinkling of cocoa powder and Choc Nut for a nutty note that pairs well with the bananas.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Want to make Yakult dessert on your own? Try making ice cream! Get the recipe here.
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