Strawberry season may be coming to a close, but desserts featuring this fruit is always a welcome treat anytime of the year. It’s no wonder, really; the berries’ tangy, fruity profile go with just about any form of dessert, whether it's cakes, ice cream, or doughnuts. Here are treats you’ve gotta try if you love strawberries—and the best part is, you don’t need to leave the house to enjoy them. Want some sweets? Check out these strawberry treats available for delivery:
Cafe Ysabel’s Frozen Strawberry Shortcake (P980)
Cafe Ysabel’s famous strawberry shortcake gets the frozen treatment in this tin cake. Enjoy it thawed or semi-frozen—we recommend going the latter route for an ice cream-like, ultra-fruity treat. For orders, you can contact the restaurant or fill out this order form; you can pay via BDO and have it delivered from their San Juan location.
Flour Pot’s Strawberry Doughnuts (P1,080/box of six)
By no means your regular old strawberry pastry, these doughnuts bring the best of both fresh and decadent worlds. Fluffy yeast doughnuts are coated with vanilla glaze and filled with custard, homemade strawberry compote, and fresh strawberries, making each bite as sweet as it is full of fresh-fruit goodness. You can order these doughnuts by contacting their number or sending a message to their social media pages.
Auro Chocolate’s Strawberry Gelato (P520)
Like your strawberry desserts tart? This gelato is for you. It’s made with fresh Baguio strawberries and differs from other strawberry scoops in that it gets its creaminess not from dairy, but from real cacao butter. The cacao butter does a great job of adding a mild floral creaminess and velvety texture without dimming its fruitiness—there’s no holding back on the bright strawberry flavor here. You can order through their delivery website.
For orders, check out Auro Chocolate’s delivery website.
Naked Patisserie’s Strawberries n’ Cream Cake (P3,650)
This picturesque cake immediately catches the eye with its lavish use of fresh strawberries topped with gold dust. Naked Patisserie doesn’t just tempt on the visual front—underneath is a moist strawberry cake with a smooth cream cheese frosting that could very well stand on its own. Place your order at least 24 hours in advance and picked up from their Mandaluyong commissary; you can pay via BDO or BPI bank deposit.
For orders, check out Naked Patisserie’s website.
Motto Motto’s Strawberry & Cream Souffle Pancakes (P375)
Motto Motto’s fluffy souffle pancakes are great on their own, but a tart strawberry sauce and whipped cream takes them to new heights. This treat is so ethereal and light—don’t be surprised if you finish a whole plate by yourself. You can find them on Foodpanda and GrabFood.
For orders, find Motto Motto on Foodpanda or GrabFood.
Sebastian’s Strawberry Sansrival Ice Cream (P420/pint)
The tart, fruity profile of strawberries works especially well with richer desserts like sans rival. In this special variant, Sebastian’s takes a buttery, nutty sans rival ice cream base and adds swirls of a concentrated strawberry sorbet. You can order through Sebastian’s The Podium branch, which delivers to Mandaluyong, San Juan, and selected areas in Pasig and Quezon City via 0977-715-1378; you can pay via cash on delivery, GCash, or Unionbank bank transfer.
For orders, contact 0977-715-1378.
Soy Yummy's Strawberry Taho (P180/bundle of three)
Missing Baguio and their famous strawberry-flavored take on the Filipino street-food favorite? You’ll be happy to know Soy Yummy offers their own panna cotta-like take, complete with ruby-red pearls and a strawberry syrup. For orders, you can message their Facebook page and fill out an order form. Wait for their confirmation, then you’re all set! You can pay via GCash or Paymaya; or BDO or Chinabank bank transfer.
For orders, send a message to Soy Express on Facebook.
Paper Moon’s Strawberry Mille Crepe (P2,500/whole)
This Paper Moon Cafe cake features fresh strawberry slices in between layers of paper-thin crepes and pastry cream. The chunks of fruit add pops of tanginess to each feather-light forkful. It's then finished with a lightly caramelized top layer, adding a subtle depth that goes with the fruitiness of the berries. You can order these crepe cakes by calling the Paper Moon branch nearest you at least two days in advance.
Elait’s Strawberry Milk (P100/solo, P90/each for four pieces or more)
Nothing gets us feeling nostalgic like a bottle of strawberry milk—especially when it’s made with real strawberries, as is the case in Elait’s smooth, fruity take. You can order through sister brand Overdoughs and pay via Paypal, GCash, or bank transfer.
For orders, check out this order form.
Wildflour’s Strawberry Cronuts (P500/four pieces, P800/six pieces)
Wildflour made waves when they introduced their New York-inspired Cronuts to the Philippine shores in 2013. In this variant, flaky, sugar-coated dough is filled with a tart, billowy strawberry cream that’s surprisingly not too sweet. You can order via Wildflour’s site, Wildflour To-Go, and have your Cronuts delivered or picked up in-store or curbside.
* This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.