Craving Some Native Desserts? Try Don Benito’s

One of the yummiest native desserts is the cassava cake.  Find out where you can get the tastiest cassava cake in the Metro.😍

Cassava is a versatile root crop. You can boil it and eat it as it is. It’s a healthy source of carbs. Some folks eat it if they want to lose some weight. It fills up the tummy right away. 🙂

Related Read: Cassava Cake: Smells And Tastes So Good!

Cassava can also be baked, boiled, fried, mashed, and steamed. It goes by many names but here in the Philippines, we call it kamoteng kahoy.

Thanks to this versatile root crop, we have the classic local cake.The Cassava Cake is soft, chewy, and very tasty. It’s usually topped with cheese and it smells delicious. 

Thanks to this versatile root crop, we have the classic local cake. The Cassava Cake is soft, chewy, and very tasty. It’s usually topped with cheese and it smells delicious.

The Cassava Cake is a typical Filipino delicacies dessert in many Filipino homes, most especially in the provinces. The yummy smell of this cake lingers in the home while it’s in the oven.

Yummy Native Desserts In The Metro

It’s been a long time since I’ve tasted a really good Cassava Cake. The ones we used to eat at my Grandma’s house was really good. The edges were super chewy or “makunat.”  Our Cassava Cake also had some strips of buko meat. I miss that.

Don Benito’s Cassava Cake is pretty close to what I used to eat in my Grandma’s house.

Don Benito’s Cassava Cake is chewy and cheesy. It also smells good especially if you heat it up in the microwave oven.

Don Benito’s Cassava Cake is chewy and cheesy. It also smells good especially when you heat it up in the microwave oven.

Don Benito’s Cassava Cake is topped with cheese. Heat it up in the oven to melt the cheese. The saltiness of the cheese blends so well with the sweetness of the cake. ❤️

Don Benito’s has a lot of branches. Surely, you’ve seen one already. Their signage stands out.

The next time you notice a Don Benito’s branch along the way, stop and check out their Cassava Cake. They also offer other Filipino delicacies such as Leche flan and pichi-pichi.

How To Contact Them

Don Benito’s

Cell Phone: 0933-854-0103, 0917-886-2424, 0922-885-2569

Don Benito’s offers a variety of Filipino delicacies such as Cassava Cake, Leche flan, and Pichi Pichi. Definitely a good option to consider if you’re craving some Filipino desserts.

Please make sure to let them know you learned about them through EatMyBananas.com. 🥰

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