You can get cookies stuffed with Flat Tops, Choc Nut from this home bakery

STUFFED. Kitchen 56 features homegrown chocolates Flat Tops and Chocnut inside and outside her cookies. Photo courtesy of Kitchen 56

STUFFED. Kitchen 56 features homegrown chocolates Flat Tops and Chocnut inside and outside her cookies.

Photo courtesy of Kitchen 56

When your favorite childhood candy meets a chewy, freshly-baked cookie, what do you get? Local bakery Kitchen56's homemade cookies, stuffed and topped with homegrown Flat Tops and Choc Nut. 

CHOCNUT. Photo courtesy of Kitchen 56

CHOCNUT.

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The home-based bakery located along Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City, sells made-to-order stuffed cookies at P320 a dozen. Her cookies are a bit bigger than bite-sized, but not palm-sized either. They're chewy, doughy, and not overly sweet – the candy toppings do the job. 

FLAT TOPS. Photo courtesy of Kitchen 56

FLAT TOPS.

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You can get a dozen in 3 assorted flavors, aside from the Flat Tops and Choc Nut: there's M&M, KitKat bites, Hershey's Drops, and white chocolate chips. 

STUFFED. Photo courtesy of Kitchen 56

STUFFED.

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Kitchen 56's S'mores are also a must-try for the sweet tooth – each chewy, s'more square includes a bar of Hershey's milk chocolate and gooey marshmallows. One bar is more than enough to curb a sugar craving!

S'MORES. Photo courtesy of Kitchen 56

S'MORES.

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The S'mores cost P210 for half a dozen and P410 for a whole dozen.

And if you've never had a madeleine, now is the time to enjoy one with a cup of coffee – Kitchen 56's take on the traditional shell-like sponge cake from France is soft, crumbly (not as dense as other bakeries), with a hint of citrus to balance its mild sweetness. 

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They cost P140 for half a dozen and P270 for a dozen. You can even get them made with malunggay for P150 for half a dozen and P290 for a dozen.

MALUNGGAY. Photo courtesy of Kitchen 56

MALUNGGAY.

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For an on-the-go breakfast snack that's not too indulgent, Kitchen 56's Banana Choco Oats are filling enough to satisfy – whole oats are rolled into a sweet mixture of mashed banana and milk chocolate chips. Tip: tastes better chilled in the fridge!

OATS. Photo courtesy of Kitchen 56

OATS.

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These cost P110 for half a dozen and P200 for a dozen.

To place your orders, you can message Kitchen 56 on Instagram or get in touch via Viber at 09178550930. Don't forget to order at least 3 days before your preferred delivery date! – 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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