This Taguig bakery's filled donuts come in 6 premium flavors

For your next dose of sweet and soft doughnuts, check out local bakery Pufft – they serve premium takes on the classic, sugar-coated donut, offering 6 kinds of custard fillings that are stuffed to the brim.

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Pufft owner Chef Meg, who has 16 years of culinary experience from London and Manila, bakes her frosted and filled donuts made-to-order every Wednesday and Saturday.

Everything is handmade – from the soft, pillowy, sugar-coated donut dough, the creamy, well-balanced custards, to the crunchy candy toppings used.

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An assorted box of 6 costs P630.

Among Pufft's famed flavors is the vanilla cream, an ode to the classic bavarian cream donut, elevated with a silky vanilla custard that overflows with every bite.

For those looking for something with a tang, Pufft's lemon curd with peanut brittle flavor is a must-try – the zingy custard is reminiscent of the citrusy filling of a good lemon bar. The peanut brittle on top adds some welcome crunch and sweetness, too.

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Another tangy choice is the mixed berry cheesecake, which is filled with a cream-cheese custard and a sweet and tangy mixed berry compote.

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For the chocoholics, there's Pufft's milk chocolate, a basic but satisfying option for those looking for the smooth and milky-sweet flavor of chocolate.

The caramel cream with honeycomb features a burnt caramel filling that works well with the addictive, honeycomb pieces on top (that taste just like toffee crunch)!

Photo from Pufft Bakery's Instagram page

And of course, the well-loved ube is not forgotten – Pufft's ube halaya custard with meringue is an ode to the Pinoy favorite, offering a bright-purple custard made with fresh ube jam and topped with a meringue swirl.

Pufft is located in 24 Castañeda Street, Phase 4, AFPOVAI, Taguig.

You can place your orders via Instagram or Pufft's website. – 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.

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