We are a family-run business where our story begins with a mother’s grown passion from her youth. In pursuit of replicating her favourite childhood dessert, time came when she perfected the recipe to her favourite cake. This has now become the infamous secret recipe that inspired the cakes you will find around our bakery. This eventually led to many experiments that reminded her of the passion from her youth to what has now become the heart of Bread ‘N Batter.
FLAVOURS OF THE PHILIPPINES
These are some staple flavours of our culture that you might find in many of our products. From the breads, cakes, and fusion items… These are the flavours of the Philippine Islands.
Ube, a Filipino staple flavour, is a deep purple (dessert) yam. Its flavours are commonly compared to taro. For those who are trying for the first time, think of something sweet, with a hint of a nutty (almost like pistachio) vanilla.
Pandan is a tropical leaf used in a variety of asian food and desserts. The taste mildly resembles a coconut flavour with a sweet hint of vanilla.
Calamansi is a national citrus fruit. It is used in the same ways as any other citrus fruit like limes and lemons. You can find all around the Philippines as a juice, a wedge to squeeze on top of grilled foods, a flavour in dessert, and many more!