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Baby Yulo’s Strawberry Shortcake

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En Route Strawberry Shortcake by Baby Yulo-7564

Take a minute to observe this delectable treat that is quite popular to a few foodies in Metro Manila. Observe its imperfect surface. It gives away that this is a home made cake filled with labor of love. Look at its creamy texture. Marvel at the large strawberries that top it off. It’s the strawberry shortcake of Mrs. Baby Yulo.

When you slice it, the buttery smooth texture and fluffy consistency is a sign of things to come. From the first bite, you know they never scrimped on the ingredients: feels like freshly mashed strawberries mixed with top of the line cream. Seems so simple yet you wonder why hasn’t anyone thought of just making it this way. It’s a heart stopping moment that brings you back to simpler childhood memories, like ice scramble or your favorite halo-halo.

In the few occasions that we have brought it, not one single person has given it a bad review.

This dessert has to be ordered at least a day in advance. The small variant is PHP 1,500.00 and the large costs about PHP 1,600.00. This is all just for pickup in their house. It is a hefty price tag, but we all know a slice of heaven ain’t for free nowadays. They are also known for other pastries but this is the one that is much celebrated. Give your celebration a sweet treat with this hot number and pair it with a good white wine or champagne!


You can call Yulo’s Strawberry Shortcake through these numbers:

+632-810-8078 or +632-812-4961

Once you have made confirmation of purchase, you can pick up the cake at 19 Kawayan St., North Forbes, Makati City

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