You Can Get These Treats From Bucky's Delivered Straight to Your Home
Plus S'mores cookies and bottled polvoron!
(SPOT.ph) It’s hard enough to be stuck at home, but doubly hard when you’re stuck at home with an insatiable sweet tooth. Thankfully, Bucky’s is here to lend a helping hand. You can get their famous Buckies delivered for free in Metro Manila with a minimum order of P1,000—simply place your orders 24 to 36 hours ahead.
Choose from the following variants: the Original Buckies (P100/piece, P300/half box, P500/whole box), which has chocolate and sea salt (it placed eighth in our Top 10 Brownies in Manila list!); Spiced Buckies (P100/piece, P300/half box, P500/whole box), a warm, spiced pastry with cayenne pepper and cinnamon; Chunky Blonde (P120/piece, P360/half box, P600/whole box), a blondie-like treat with oats, graham, and cocoa liquor; and Buckies n’ Cream (P120/piece, P360/half box, P600/whole box), an Oreo-inspired treat with cream frosting on the sides.
There's also Super Buckies (P125/piece, P450/half box, P750/whole box), a nutty variant made with gluten-free flour, coconut sugar, and chia seeds; Big Poppa (P160/piece, P450/half box, P750/whole box), which has a smoky combo of cream cheese, bourbon, and bacon; Grumpy’s (P120/piece, P360/half box, P600/whole box), an ode to childhood with chocolate and chocnut; Bugs Buckies (P150/piece, P450/half box, P750/whole box), a carrot cake-esque variant; or Yana Banana (P150/piece, P450/half box, P750/whole box), a banana-rum number which placed fifth in our Top 10 Banana Bread in Manila list.
You can also try their S’mores or Chocolate Chip Cookies (P80/piece, P400/box of six), as well as their bottled Salted Caramel (P250) and Brown Butter Polvoron (P250).
Bucky’s is a homegrown brand primarily known for their signature “non-brownies” that go by the same name. While they initially exclusively peddled the said pastries, they built their first brick-and-mortar shop in Paranaque in 2015 that expanded the menu to also include soft-serve. They soon transferred to Poblacion, offering savory dishes like fried chicken and Swedish meatballs, before eventually moving to The Grid Food Market at Power Plant Mall, where they continue to serve their home-style mains and pastries to this day.