Contis Cake – Mango Bravo, Ube Custard, and Banana Dream

Are you craving for a tasty slice of Contis cake? You may want to check out some of the other varieties available in this region. Try their Mango Bravo, Ube Custard, and Banana Dream. You will find them all at this bakeshop. Here, you can also order a made-to-order cake. These delicious sweets will definitely make you drool. Read on to know more about each one.

Mango Bravo

This decadent dessert is made with ripe mangoes that are simmered in a syrup until just softened. Don’t over stir the mixture. Refrigerate the cake for at least 20 minutes before assembling. To make the frosting, melt together 8 oz cream cheese, 5 cups heavy cream, and 1 tbsp coconut oil over a saucepan of simmering water. Stir until smooth and lukewarm, then fold in orange zest. The cream frosting should be kept in the fridge until ready to use.

Black Velvet

For a rich, decadent dessert, try a slice of Contis Black Velvet cake. This classic Belgian chocolate cake is layered with bittersweet chocolate and Belgian milk chocolate and dusted with cocoa powder. It also comes with a delicious cream cheese filling. The cake’s icing is covered with a layer of rich cream. The cake is a great choice for a birthday cake or a special occasion.

Ube Custard

If you’re looking for a new dessert to try, you’ll want to try a Contis cake with ube custard. This cake is purple in color and made from ube, a sweet purple yam from the Philippines. The purple hue comes from the addition of bits of ube in the breading. They don’t lose their taste when eaten with the custard, which is made from sweetened condensed milk.

Banana Dream

A sweet and decadent dessert, the Contis Banana Dream cake is reminiscent of the classic banoffee pie, but with layers of chewy wafers filled with sweet banana cream. A mocha mousse and caramel syrup drizzled over the top adds a sweet and sour touch. A slightly different version of the Banana Dream cake is the Ube Custard cake. A dense custard filled with real ube is surrounded by layers of sponge cake.

Chicken Ala Kiev

In the 18th century, Russian chefs first experimented with Chicken Ala Kiev.

Macapuno balls

One of the most popular coconuts in the Philippines is the macapuno, and at Conti’s Bakeshop, you can find this exotic fruit in the form of creamy macapuno balls. Made with a mix of sweet and savory flavors, these delicious candies are perfect for sharing. A dessert similar to the famous French meringue cake, the Maja Blanca has crispy outer layers and a soft and airy interior. Despite its name, this macapuno cake is neither too sweet nor too sour.

Maja Blanca

If you love sweets, you must try the famous Filipino dessert, Maja Blanca. This cold concoction of corn aIf you’re looking for something that won’t make you gag, try this luscious treat. It will surely be your new favorite. Alternatively, try the famous Macapuno Balls.

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