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So puto-genic! Get BTS-themed puto from this Marikina bakery

Steph Arnaldo

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So puto-genic! Get BTS-themed puto from this Marikina bakery

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K-pop meets K-akanin with this puto-genic puto art by Bakeaway, designed after your favorite BT21 characters

If your obsessions include K-pop and K-akanin, why not enjoy both at the same time? This puto is worth a thousand words – check out local home bakery Bakeaway’s puto art and its best-selling BTS theme.

Bakeaway’s cheese puto is as traditional as they come, taste-wise. Their take on the classic steamed rice cake is soft, light, thick, and chewy, freshly-baked with a small bit of cheddar cheese inside. The mildly sweet pastry is good to eat on its own, with cheese spread, paired with a savory dish (dinuguan, please), or with Butter, like a true ARMY.

Aesthetics-wise, it’s puto-genic – it’s an adorable treat to surprise your ARMY friend or family member with. The BTS cheese puto art is designed after the K-pop group’s logo and the members’ BT21 characters – there’s Tata (V), Shooky (Suga), Cooky (Jungkook), Koya (Rap Monster), Chimmy (Jimin), RJ (Jin), and Mang (J-Hope).

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Bakeaway can do customized puto art, too – just let the bakers know of your request ahead of time to see if your chosen theme or cartoon character is something they can do.

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Bakeaway’s puto art is available at P15 a mini piece, with a minimum order of 30 pieces. Bakeaway also offers other kakanin staples, as well as breads, donuts, pastries, tin can cakes, and more.

The home bakery is based in Marikina City. Customers can place their orders via Instagram. –

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Steph Arnaldo

If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. From advertising copywriter to freelance feature writer, Steph Arnaldo finally turned her part-time passion into a full-time career. She’s written about food, lifestyle, and wellness for Rappler since 2018.