*forever dreaming about a giant chocnut*
Chocnut is the dessert of our childhood. This thumb-sized bar of choco-peanut goodness was always present at the display jars of the neighbor’s sari-sari store, tempting us with its inexpensive, yet delectable sweetness. And even if we’ve outgrown most childhood snacks, chocnut is definitely for keeps!
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Now, with the Trese hype in the air, our chocnut cravings have awakened once more. So we’ve put together a list of desserts, drinks, and dishes that are chocnut-inspired for when you want more of that choco-peanut loving!
Chocnut Donuts – Happy Berry
Happy Berry’s Chocnut Donuts will hit the sweet spot of those cravings! Bite into this soft pastry topped with delicious frosting and generous bits of chocnut. Don’t miss their indulgent strawberry donuts, too!
To order: Message them on Facebook or Instagram
Chocnut Cookies – Breadgasm
Breadgasm promises to bring you to the heights of food pleasure. They offer a mouthwatering assortment of premium cookies with flavors like Chocolate Chip, Flat Tops. Oreo, Smores, and Chocnut! Plus, they also offer brownies, cinnamon buns, and various flavors of banana bread
To order: Send them a message on Facebook or Instagram
Chocnut Crumble – Manila Creamery
There’s nothing like a good scoop of gelato to reward you after a long day. Here at Manila Creamery, you can choose from a wide array of exciting, out-of-this-world flavors that will blow your mind (and tastebuds!). Their Chocnut crumble is a mix of chocolate and peanut gelato that’s topped with hazelnut crumble, yum!
To order: You may head over to their website
Chocnut Mousse – Amarise Sweets
Amarise Sweets is a pro when it comes to all things desserts. They whip up gorgeous, customized cakes and show-stopping fondant creations, but their Chocnut Mousse definitely stands out. They also sell chocnut spread if you’re the type who can’t get enough of all things chocnut!
To order: Message them on Facebook or Instagram at least 2 days ahead of delivery.
Chocnut Cake – Greys Bakes
It’s hard to choose from Greys Bakes’ cakes and sweet things because all of their products look insanely delicious! They offer jaw-dropping must-trys like Black Forest cake, specialty cookies, lasagna, and of course, their tempting Chocnut cake that’s generous with toppings, cream, and goodness!
Available for: Pick-up or delivery
Chocnut Latte – Salamangka
Calling all chocnut and coffee lovers, Salamangka has a creation for you! Their Chocnut Latte is one of their signature coffee that puts a cherry on top after their savory finger foods and meals.
Available for: Dine-in
Chocnut Champorado with Tuyo Flakes – Kanto Freestyle Breakfast
Feeling the cold weather? Have a bowl of Kanto Freestyle Breakfast’s Chocnut Champorado that’s complete with tuyo flakes to give that balance of sweet and savory! They also offer other breakfast favorites like silogs, pancakes, and gourmet coffee!
Available for: Dine-in, take-out, and delivery via Grabfood.
Why Not Chocnut Tin Cake – Bite MNL
Have a big bite of this Chocnut cake that has a rich dark chocolate cake base with heavenly layers of Chocnut mousse, white chocolate, and a sprinkle of chocnut crumbs to seal the deal! This creation is not only addicting, it’s nostalgic, too!
To order: Send them a message. Pre-order at 3-7 days before.
Chocnut Ice Cream and Chocnut Mocha – The Lost Bread
The Lost Bread is an award-winning shop that offers affordable ice cream that’s expensive in taste! Their chocnut creations include Chocnut Mocha coffee and the Chocnut Ice Cream which is a collaboration with Arce Dairy. Check out their website and find their collection of ice cream, cold brew, and other savory treats!
To order: Visit their stores or head to their website
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