Estrera’s Ensaymada Offers Four Amazing Flavors

Ensaymada is very popular among Filipinos. This fluffy bread topped with grated cheese and sugar is a favorite snack. It can even be eaten for breakfast since it goes very well with a cup of coffee.

Ensaymada is very popular among Filipinos. This fluffy bread topped with grated cheese and sugar is a favorite snack. It can even be eaten for breakfast since it goes very well with a cup of coffee.

This sweet bread originated in Spain. To be exact, in Mallorca, Balearic Islands.

Not All Ensaymadas Are Created Equal

There are a lot of ways to serve ensaymadas. You can heat it up in the oven to melt the cheese or grill it on the stovetop. Since ensaymada is very popular among Filipinos, it’s very easy to find it.

There isn’t a local bakery out there that doesn’t sell it. Despite the abundance, not all ensaymadas are created equal.

There isn’t a local bakery out there that doesn’t sell it. Despite the abundance, not all ensaymadas are created equal.

The Four Flavors Of Estrera’s Ensaymada

The regular ensaymada is just topped with grated cheese and sugar. Estrera’s Ensaymada has leveled up this favorite snack by offering four awesome flavors. These yummy flavors are ube, salted egg, yema, and of course, the classic cheese.

The regular ensaymada is just topped with grated cheese and sugar. Estrera’s Ensaymada has leveled up this favorite snack by offering four awesome flavors. These yummy flavors are ube, salted egg, yema, and of course, the classic cheese.

This, definitely, isn’t your regular ensaymada. Just look at all the toppings.

Go ahead and try these yummy ensaymadas. A dozen pieces of the premium ensaymada (yema, ube, and salted egg) go for PHP500. A dozen pieces of their classic cheese go for PHP 450. These are pretty good prices. Call these numbers now: 09175757605 and 0287453159. Get with Randy Bernabe.

Go ahead and try these yummy ensaymadas. A dozen pieces of the premium ensaymada (yema, ube, and salted egg) go for PHP500. A dozen pieces of their classic cheese go for PHP 450. These are pretty good prices. Call these numbers now: 09175757605 and 0287453159. Get with Randy Bernabe.

Have you tried Estrera’s Ensaymada? Feel free to share your thoughts with our readers. They would love to hear from you.

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