One quarantine baked good that’s not getting enough attention are cheese rolls. And we’re adamant about correcting that. Ube desserts, burnt Basque cheesecakes, and tres leches are all great but surely there’s room in your heart (and your stomach) for one more amazing treat. Below is a list of where you can buy hard-to-resist cheese rolls you won’t be able to stop eating. Whether you like them fluffy or flaky, you’ll find the perfect one for you.
Here are some home-baked cheese rolls worth getting delivered:
These cheese rolls are soft, flaky, sweet, and tart all in one bite. And many have said they’re reminiscent of the cheese rolls from Porto’s, a famous bakery in Los Angeles. They’re a bit different from the rolls you’re probably used to seeing because they have more of a cheese danish look, but you gotta give it a try. You can order a dozen for P375.
How to order: Send a message to Cheese Rolls by Jennelle’s Instagram page.
According to Buttery & Co, it takes 24 hours of love, passion, and patience to make a batch of their Three Cheese rolls (P70 per piece; P420 for a box of six; P840 for a dozen). But their bestseller is their Buttery’s Puff, a homemade puff pastry with their own mix of cheese. It’s topped with cereal and sugar. One piece is priced at P110, a box of six costs P660, and a dozen, P1,320.
How to order: Place your order through Buttery & Co’s website or text (0915)-333-3990.
If you want something delicious and comforting, take several bites of Tiny’s Kitchen’s classic, pillow-like cheese rolls! Fluffy, buttery, and everything you want in your next merienda. One box of 10 is priced at P250. And if you’re a fan of ube, they also have ube cheese rolls you can buy for P350 for a box of 10.
How to order: Send a message to Tiny’s Kitchen’s Instagram page.
Bread, Batter, & Roll’s version of cheese rolls is topped with decadent buttercream that makes each bite too good to be true. It’s also sprinkled with sugar which adds a crunch to the pastry’s exterior. If you don’t want cheese rolls that are too sweet, get a box of six for only P150 or a dozen for P290.
How to order: Send a message to Bread, Batter, & Roll’s Instagram page.
A product of trial and error, Chef Jazz’s cheese rolls may look simple on the outside, but they’re bursting with flavor (and with cheese) on the inside. Their original cheese rolls are priced at P145 for a box of six, but they also have a version with floss: you can choose between pork, spicy pork, chicken, and spicy chicken. Those cost P195 for half a dozen.
How to order: Send a message to Jazz Bake Eat’s Instagram page.
Every time you order MoodBoost’s flaky cheese rolls, a portion of what they earn goes to UNICEF’s COVID-19 emergency campaign. You can get a box of 12 cheese rolls for P375.
How to order: Send a message to MoodBoost’s Instagram page.
Sweet Bella Desserts’ cheese rolls are soft and moist. Plus, they’re extremey generous with the cheese so they’re perfect for those who like their rolls cascading with grated cheese! You can order a box of six pieces for P400.
How to order: Send a Viber message to (0915)377-2040.
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.
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