These Are Some of Thicc-est, Gooiest Cookies We've Ever Seen

Be prepared to drool.

(SPOT.ph) There's no problem that can't be solved with a cookie—but not all cookies are created equal. Some are decidedly crumbly, some are addictively crispy. But if you're one for thick, chewy cookies that with melty chocolate chips scattered all throughout, then you'll want to check out Baking Bad—an Ilonggo purveyor that specializes in seriously indulgent cookies in different flavors!

Do you dare say no?
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You can't go wrong with Baking Bad's Chocolate Chip (P250/box of five), which has their signature cookie dough and generous amount of Belgian chocolate chips—there's no skimping on the chocolate here! If you like it even more chocolatey, they've also got the Triple Dark Chocolate (P250/box of five) which has a chocolate-dough base and chocolate chips , as well as the Nutella Stuffed Crinkles (P250/box of five).

There's no skimping on the chocolate here.
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You heard that right: Nutella. Stuffed. Crinkles.
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Love matcha? They've got a Matcha cookie (P250/box of five) to quell those hankerings, what with its matcha-laced dough and mix-ins of white belgian chips and gooey dark chocolate. If Filipino flavors are your jam, go for the Ube Cream Cheese (P300/box of five). And for a one-of-a-kind cookie, try the fruity Jesse Pinkman (P320/box of five), which has a strawberry-based dough loaded with white chocolate and stuffed with homemade strawberry jam and cream cheese.

The Matcha cookie pairs green tea with chocolate.
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The Jesse Pinkman features the tart, fruity flavors of strawberries! 
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Beyond cookies, Baking Bad also offers other treats that would quell anyone's sweet tooth. There's the Better Than Sex cake (P400)—a tin cake with layers of decadent chocolate cake, chocolate goo, a Belgian chocolate disk, and cocoa dust—as well as the lighter Cereal Milk Cake (P300) with a fluffy sponge cake soaked in cereal milk and topped with cream and cereal. If you're looking for something to pair with your afternoon coffee, try the cheesecake-stuffed puff-pastry creation dubbed the Flaky Cheese Roll (P400/six pieces).

They claim this cake is better than sex—we'll take their word for it.
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Prefer a lighter dessert? Try the Cereal Milk Cake.
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The Flaky Cheese Roll is stuffed with cheesecake!
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And to pair with your desserts—or to enjoy on their own, they've also got bottled Arabica Cold Brew (P130) and La Horchata (P110) beverages that are perfect refreshments any time of day. 

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Pair their desserts with their bottled cold brew..
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or horchata!
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Are the cookie cravings strong but you're stuck in Manila? Fret not; Manila's got no shortage of other amazing versions, like Mo' Cookies' Chocolate Chip Cookies and Hella Good Cookies' Sea Salt Chocolate Chunk Cookies.

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Mo' Cookies' Chocolate Chip Cookie is one of our favorites in Manila.
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We also love Hella Good Cookies' Sea Salt Chocolate Chunk Cookies!
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Baking Bad delivers around Iloilo through their website. For more information, check out their Facebook or Instagram pages.

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