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Try strawberry mango shortcake from this local bakery

Steph Arnaldo
Try strawberry mango shortcake from this local bakery

CAKE. Sainte Anne specializes in strawberry, mango, and combination shortcakes.

Sainte Anne Cakes' Instagram

This light spongecake features layers of fresh mango, strawberries, and cream

If you’re a fan of strawberry shortcake – and love fresh mangoes as well – check out local bakery Sainte Anne Cakes and their line of premium, homemade mango and strawberry shortcakes.

If both of these fruits are your favorites (and if you still can’t decide which cake to choose), Sainte Anne’s beautiful Combi Cake (P3,700) is a must-try. The thick 9″ cake features an airy, moist vanilla sponge cake layered with a light chantilly creme and bits of ripe mango and strawberries in between.

The cake is generously covered in more creme and topped with a stunning presentation of sweet Philippine mango slices in the center and jumbo, juicy, and tangy strawberries around it. The cake’s texture is spongey and light, and the chantilly adds a creaminess to the cake without being too sweet. The fresh, well-chosen fruits add a bright, tangy, and sweet flavor to the cake, making for a refreshing yet indulgent dessert.

If you’re looking for a festive cake to celebrate a special occasion at home with, consider Saint Anne’s Combi Cake – it tastes as good as it looks.

You can also opt for their special mango (P1,850) and strawberry (P2,000) shortcakes, or the extra special versions with extra toppings for P2,350 and P2,500. Greeting toppers and candle are also available upon request.

Sainte Anne uses only real, fresh fruits for their cakes, with no preservatives, additives, artificial colors, and flavorings present.

Sainte Anne Cakes is based in New Manila and Ayala Alabang. You can place your orders via their Instagram. – Rappler.com

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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.