Each day, we are reminded of the distraught that the pandemic has caused, sometimes making us wonder when we would ever be safe again. Still, being with our families in the safety of our homes has made us feel protected, and our parents – especially our mothers – play a big role in our everyday life.
This Mother’s Day, celebrate Mother’s Day together with Cravings.
Enjoy a hearty Mother’s Day set menu good for the whole family (4-6 persons) that is available from May 8 to 9. There is Classic Caesar Salad for starters, followed by Prawns ala Thermidor, slow-cooked Callos, and Roast Stuffed Chicken with Paella Rice for the main course. Cap the meal with Cravings' new frozen dessert line – Chocolate Caramel Cake, Banoffee Cheesecake, and Tropical Fruit Salad.
The Frozen Chocolate Caramel Cake is made of dark and moist chocolate cake with luscious caramel topping, while the Frozen Banoffee Cheesecake is created with buttery graham crust, creamy banana toffee cheesecake, and topped with chocolate shavings. The Frozen Tropical Fruit Salad is a mix of rich creamy custard cream, tropical fruits, and buco strips.
For those who just want a sweet treat from the bakeshop, Cravings has got you covered. Cravings has prepared a special Salted Caramel Cake – three layers of soft vanilla chiffon cake, salted caramel buttercream and caramel filling. It is designed with dainty flowers and you can personalize your dedication. You can also have the Mango Cashew Torte Cake that is made of cashew cookie crust, cashew meringue cake, whipped cream, and topped with fresh mangoes.
Cravings has also prepared a “Sweet Surprise Box” filled with herbal tea, tea infuser, special cup, and three types of cookies – chocolate chips, oatmeal raisin and cashew financier.
As challenging as it is to be optimistic during a pandemic, let us be reminded of the things we’re grateful for this Mother’s Day.
For pre-orders and inquiries, contact 0906-5114772 or (02) 8277-2436. Visit cravingsbakeshop.com or follow @cravingsphils in IG and @cravings.philippines in FB for more info.
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