There’s nothing like celebrating Easter than by sharing sugary-sweet holiday-inspired treats with your loved ones. Halloween and Valentine’s Day is recognized by many to be the most candy-filled celebrations, but we all know that Easter deserves the title, too.
From hand-crafted bunny cookies to colorful chocolate eggs, here’s a few online local shops in Metro Manila that can help sweeten your Easter season at home.
Known for their Hot Chocolate Bombs, CupBomb offers colorful chocolate eggs with surprise treats inside, such as candies, marshmallows, and toys.
Their “Egg-stra sweet” chocolate eggs are available in sets of 3 which costs P180, and sets of 6 for P350.
CupBomb also offers a set of 4 surprise chocolate eggs with 2 of their bestselling CupBombs for P400.
Home bakery Minikkins offers adorable Easter egg sugar cookies with a sweet surprise.
In “Easter Basket” sets, the regular set, which contains 4 filled cookies, costs P400. The premium set costs P500, which contains the same amount of sugar cookies with 3 additional icing bags and 2 tubs of glitter.
Minikkins is located in New Manila, Quezon City. You can order via Instagram.
Krispy Kreme never misses when it comes to their holiday-inspired doughnuts.
Krispy Kreme just came out with the cutest Easter doughnuts, such as the “Easter Bunny” which is coated with white chocolate and topped with marshmallow bunny ears and pink sprinkles.
The holiday series also includes other flavors such as the “Rainbow Blush,” “Easter Egg,” “Sky Butterfly,” and “Easter Chick.”
All donuts cost P55 each and are available until April 4 in all stores nationwide. You can also order via GrabFood and Foodpanda.
Chocolate Bark PH
Chocolate Barks PH sells a variety of chocolate treats inspired by the holiday.
The Easter Egg Surprise (P200) is a 7cm x 7cm easter egg filled with sprinkles and marshmallows.
Chocolate Barks PH also offers Easter Chocolate Coated Strawberries with prices ranging from P300 to P600, depending on the amount (3’s, 6’s, 8’s).
The Bunny Baker
Quezon City-based The Bunny Baker is known for their beautiful custom made cakes and offers Easter-themed DIY cookie kits.
The Bunny Baker’s Easter-themed DIY kit includes 6 plain cookies, 4 icing bags and 3 decorative toppings for P700.
The bakeshop also offers online decorating workshops featuring the DIY cookie kits for P1,500, inclusive of the kit and free delivery within Metro Manila.
Cupcakes by Sonja
Cupcakes by Sonja offers DIY Easter Cupcakes and Easter Cookies this Easter season.
For P300, you can get a DIY Easter Cookies kit which contains 4 sugar cookies, assorted sugar icing colours, and Easter-themed sugar paste decor.
You can also buy a DIY Easter Cupcakes kit for P400, which consists of 4 cupcakes (1 red velvet, 2 vanilla, 1 chocolate), frosting, and decorations.
Cupcakes by Sonja has branches in Serendra, Glorietta, SM Megamall, and Alabang Hub. You can also order online via their website and Foodpanda.
Royce Chocolate PH
Royce Chocolate offers their world-class chocolates in adorable Easter-themed packaging for their Easter Collection for a limited time.
The “Petit Ball” chocolates come in assorted strawberry and lemon-filled chocolate balls for P630, the limited edition egg-shaped chocolates with creamy filling called “Sweet Eggs” cost P500 box, and the “Hunt Set,” which contains a variety of “Petit Ball” chocolates and “Sweet Egg” chocolates packaged in an adorable egg-shaped box cost P1,700.
You can pick up your orders in-store and curbside or book a rider via their website.
Cafe Society, City of Dreams Manila
Beautiful confections await you at Cafe Society with their beautifully crafted cakes, chocolates, dragees, and chocolate sculptures.
Their sweet creations consist of Lemon Bunny Cake (P1,500), Easter White Chocolate Brownies (P900), Easter Bunny Coconut Carrot Cake (P260), Easter Egg Cookies (P290), and many more.
Easter-themed confections are available at Cafe Society, City of Dreams Manila until April 4 from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm via pick-up only. For inquiries, visit their website or Facebook. – Jewel Camacho/Rappler.com
Jewel Camacho is a Rappler intern.