This Local Shop Makes Croissant Cereal and It's Too Cute for Words
Move over, pancake cereal.
(SPOT.ph) Pancake cereal was all the rage in the early days of the quarantine—and why not? It was a fun way to enjoy the breakfast classic in a whole new (and totally adorable!) light. Pancakes aren't the only thing you can turn into "cereal"—enter miniaturized versions of flaky, buttery croissants! You're not dreaming: you can get the most intricate-looking Croissant Cereal (P500/400 grams) from local vendor Mabini Kitchen, who delivers around the Metro.
Mabini Kitchen's Croissant Cereal are bite-sized croissants made with croissant dough. More than being extremely, well, cute, these treats are also extremely versatile: you can snack on them plain, serve them with a savory spread or dip, toast them up to use as croutons for salad, pour over milk, or use them to top yogurt.
Aside from the Croissant Cereal, Mabini Kitchen also offers other baked goods. Bread lovers are in for a treat with their yeasted treats, such as the Hokkaido Milk Bread (P200), Garlic & Cheddar Babka (P500), and NY-Style Bagels (P500/eight pieces). If you like it sweet, you'll be happy to know that they also offer Chocolate Banana Muffins (P500/six pieces) and Chocolate Chip Cookies (P600/six pieces).
You can get your fix by messaging Mabini Kitchen on their social media accounts or by joining their Viber community. They accept payments made via GCash, Paymaya, and BDO or Eastwest bank deposit.