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Brace yourself for some nostalgia!
We know it's been a long, long week and you're desperate for a break—or at the very least, a sweet treat to reward yourself for a job well done! If there's any confection that we find ourselves turning to time and time
Sometimes, a popsicle isn't enough.
You can always find Binggrae's Melona ice cream when you pay a visit to your neighborhood Korean supermarkets. You can also find it in local supermarkets and convenience stores, and even in K-barbecue restaurants. This Korean ice cream comes in different flavors
How about trying flavors like Muscovado + Bacon or Soy Sauce Kasuy?
You probably already have your go-to ice cream spots by now, but it's always a good thing to try something new. Who knows, you might also be missing out on other under-the-radar shops with their own great versions of the dessert. Go
FYI, they use oat milk!
Oat milk is gradually making its way to the top of the ranks of the non-dairy milk alternatives, and for good reason. It's got a mild, nutty taste and creamy consistency that makes it ultra-versatile—whether for drinking straight up, using for your
This Peanut Butter Brownie Fudge ice cream is the sweet treat we're craving this summer!
Dessert parlour The Lost Bread, best known for their collaborations with famous '90s Filipino snack brands, is back at it again with yet another mouth-watering ice cream flavor. This time, they’re partnering up with Lily’s, the proudly Pinoy peanut butter label. Dubbed the Peanut
Sebastian's also has seasonal ice cream flavors.
There are two kinds of dessert lovers: those that prefer ice cream, and those that prefer cake. The people-pleasing solution? Ice cream cake! This special dessert brings you the best of both worlds with its layers of cake and ice cream, and
It's made in collaboration with Yardstick Coffee!
Beyond chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry, coffee ranks pretty high on the list of ice-cream flavors that never fail—after all, coffee goes beautifully with dairy, most especially when it's scoopable and creamy. We've got good news for you coffeeheads: local brand Kurimu has
Graphic designer Mia De Lara creates unique ice cream flavors that will bring back your fondest memories of Japan.
Being cooped up in our own homes have taken different tolls on us. Some have been becoming chefs in their own kitchens while others have learned to become power nesters—always on top of the latest aesthetic home decor trends. But as I
BRB, trying this recipe ASAP!
The Yakult craze is on! People have been creating special concoctions using the yogurt drink as a base, like Soju-Yakult (a classic combo) and Yakult shake. These experiments could be one of the reasons this yogurt drink is almost always sold out
It's the perfect summer treat!
Let’s face it: It’s the middle of summer and suggestions on ways to keep cool are definitely welcome. That said, what started as research for a recipe to utilize overripe bananas became a portal into the wonderful world of “nice” cream.Nice cream,
It's even topped with chocolate syrup!
The Lost Bread’s at it again! Appealing to our nostalgic taste buds, the ice cream parlor’s consistently transforming our favorite childhood treats into delectable desserts. This time around, they’re taking the classic Mug Root Beer drink for a spin, turning it into a soft-serve
Peanut butter fans, you should get your hands on this.
Binge-watching or catching up with your favorite movies and tv series on Netflix just doesn't feel complete without snacks. But what if we tell you there's Netflix-inspired ice cream? Meet Ben & Jerry's new Netflix & Chill'd ice cream.Ben & Jerry's Netflix
Who wants Matinong Boyfriend, Matinong Girlfriend, Closure, or Unresolved Issues?
As Valentine’s Day rounds the corner for all our lovesick friends to consume every product seemingly catered for couples this February, we’re reminded once again of how single we are (which isn’t a bad thing, mind you!). That said, our dear lonesomes