These Mochi Cookies Are a Chewy Cookie Lover's Dream Come True

And it's with tsokolate de batirol, too.

PHOTO BY Facebook/Patchisserie ILLUSTRATION Warren Espejo

(SPOT.ph) Cookies and mochi are two foods that might not appear to have anything in common. But one ingenius bakeshop in Iloilo thought to combine both worlds, and the result is nothing short of glorious. Dubbed the Batirol Mochi Cookie (P290/box of four), this creation by Patchisserie combines the flavors of Filipino tsokolate in a gooey cookie that's made even chewier with a mochi filling. Talk about mouthwatering!

It's got a gooey cookie exterior that makes way to a chewy mochi interior.
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Patchisserie's got more cookies under their sleeves. The Good Old Classic is their take on a classic chocolate chip, while the Triple Choco Loco's got three kinds of chocolate in the mix. For a creamy and nutty treat, you can try the White Chocolate Walnut. And if you want to treat your inner child, try the Chooey ChocoFeeling Cloud 9, and S'Mores Like No Other variants. These cookies go for P250 for a box of four with one flavor, or P275 for a box of four with assorted flavors.

Choose your flavor.
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If you're more for cakes than cookies, you'll also be happy to know that Patchisserie offers a short-but-sweet selection of cakes. The Crema de Mango (P550/five inches, P1,000/nine inches) is for those who like their desserts on the fruity side, while the Yema Cake (P700/large) and Choco Caramel (P1,000/eight inches) is perfect if you really want to #TreatYoSelf.

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They make great cakes, too!
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If your inner cookie monster's hungry for cookies but you're stuck in Manila like we are, don't fret: we've got tons of other great options here, too, including the thicc and gooey creations by Sunday Bakeshop and the unusual-but-delicious, thin but chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies by Banhof.

Sunday Bakeshop makes some of the best thick, New York-style cookies in Manila.
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Banhof makes these ultra-thin chocolate-chip cookies.
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For more information, check out Patchisserie's Facebook page.

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