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Halloween Treats at Churreria La Lola

Because its Halloween, La Lola introduces its crunchiest and spookiest churros. It comes in dark chocolate, white chocolate, matcha and butterscotch flavors. These spooky churros will be available for a limited time only so hurry and get your churros now.

Choose between Solo Flavor Cone and Mixed Flavor Cone in medium, large and extra large. You can also take home the clear-top 18-piece box of Churros to Color Your Day. 
Chocochurros is your favorite churros covered in flavored chocolate and chilled just right to preserve its flavor and freshness.  Eat them chilled or at room temperature. It is good for take out and stays fresh in the refrigerator for up to two days. 


Get your La Lola Spooky Churros now up to November 3 in La Lola Churreria branches in Power Plant Mall, SM Aura Premier, U.P. Town Center, SM Megamall, Serendra, Eastwood Mall, SM City North Edsa, Estancia Mall, Robinsons Manila, Uptown Mall, SM City Cebu, Robinson Magnolia and SM Pampanga.

To know more about La Lola Churreria, visit http://churrerialalola.ph, like us on Facebook Churreria La Lola, follow us on Instagram Churreria_ La_Lola and on Twitter ChurreriaLaLola.

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