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Mister Donut's Belgian Love Bites

Its that time of the year again when Belgian Love Bites are available at Mister Donut outlets. These are moist chocolate donuts with Belgian chocolate filling --- yummy!

Surprise your sweetheart with Belgian Love Bites this Valentine's Day.

Mister Donut's Belgian Love Bites comes with a heart-shaped balloon, a cute bear, and belgian bites for only P160. 



You can also customize especially if you are also planning to give some to your friends, officemates, teachers, or even your neighbors.

6 Belgian Bites + Wrap + Balloon + Bear + Box = P160
6 Belgian Bites + Wrap + Balloon + Box = P90
6 Belgian Bites + Box = P78
3 Belgian Bites = P39



Now these lovelies below are called Dream Job Donuts. Kids and the kids-at-heart will enjoy these yummy and fun looking snacks. There's the Movie Star, Chef, and Doctor Dream Job donuts. These delights comes in Classic Bavarian, Chocolate Bavarian, and Strawberry Jam.






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