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FOOD FINDS: Bronuts

We haven't been frequenting Power Plant Mall lately so I'm about a decade late when it comes to Bronuts but I'm glad that daughter and I got to try it last week. Of course, our trip to the mall won't be complete without going to Fully Booked. Daughter's been crazy over "Manga" lately and she's starting to collect Pandora Hearts.

But let's talk about Bronuts first. They can be found at the Baker's Dozen in Power Plant Mall somewhere near Mercury Drug and McDonald's. They don't sell anything except Bronuts. Well, a bronut is a donut shaped layers of flaky sweet dough, coated and filled with flavorful treats. Got that from their FB Page. Also, I was a bit apprehensive because I've heard about the long lines and the out-of-stock sign. Luckily, the shelves are still half full when we went there.

Belgian Chocolate. This is my favorite. Well, anything chocolate (most especially Belgian chocolate) is a sure winner for me. Also, I like that its chewy and not really flaky and oily. It has a generous coating of chocolate too. And I love the cream filling because its not that sweet but just right. As for the toffee bits on top, its not love at first bite.



Cream Cheese and Bacon. Another winner for me but I don't think that it belongs to the dessert category. Daughter loves this because of the cream cheese and bacon. You know how kids are- just say BACON and they'll start to drool. Hahaha



Daughter and I plan to check out the other flavors soon. Watch out for my review. :)

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  1. looks yummy, i wanna try ;) found you on GT sis

    http://invisiblestilettos.blogspot.com/

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    1. yes, its yummy :) ---- TheKitchenGoddess

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  2. Now, I really like to try Bronuts! :)

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    1. hi marj,

      they're in sm aura this weekend and i think they have new flavors as well.. cheers! :) ---- TheKitchenGoddess

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