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Malolos Goodies


After making rounds of the old churches and museums in Malolos, the next on my agenda was this hugely popular bakeshop called-- Barasoain Bakeshop. You really can't miss this store which was just in front of Barasoain church because the color scheme doesn't blend well with the old church and old house nearby. But I love pink and it does stand out among the browns and grays.






Inipit. Custard creme sandwich between sugared chiffon. Thus the name "inipit." Years ago when hubby was still BF, he used to bring me some inipit whenever he goes home to his province- Bulacan. So now that we are married, I guess I had my fill of inipits before so its now totally out of my list.




Special Ensaimada. Special because it has salted eggs. This is so, so good! And so, so BIG!






Cheese Bread. Actually, I forgot what they call this puto-like or maybe cake-like goodie. Didn't leave a lasting impression.

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