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Cow Cow Kitchen has new burnt basque cheesecake cups, truffle cheddar cookies

Steph Arnaldo
Cow Cow Kitchen has new burnt basque cheesecake cups, truffle cheddar cookies

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Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory's dessert bar offers their own soft, creamy take on the popular dessert trend

Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory’s dessert bar Cow Cow Kitchen has released three new treats to celebrate the Japanese brand’s 10th anniversary – mini burnt basque cheesecake cups, truffle and cheddar cookies, and the cheddar and cheese pie sandwich.

Fans of the burnt basque cheesecake may enjoy Cow Cow’s bite-sized take on the dessert trend – these soft, creamy cups are just the right amount of sweet, with a light, fluffy texture that’s similar to a dense egg pie. They’re made with milk, cream cheese, and eggs, and baked until brown on top. A box of six pieces costs P750.

Cow Cow Kitchen is also known for their crunchy, savory cookies, and they’ve introduced a new truffle and cheddar variant to the menu. There’s a hint of truffle in their crisp, thin cookies, which sandwich their classic, savory Hokkaido cheese filling. A box of 10 costs P760.

The new cheddar and cheese pie sandwich makes use of flaky, buttery croissant-like piecrust crackers to sandwich a fluffy, light, whipped cheddar cream cheese filling. It costs P999 for six pieces.

These limited edition items are available in all TMCF stores and Cow Cow Kitchen kiosks during general community quarantine. During enhanced community quarantine, Cow Cow Kitchen treats are available to order via TMCF’s website, GrabFood, foodpanda, Pick-A-Roo, or Instagram. – Rappler.com

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.