Ube buko pie, anyone? This local bakery sells buko pie in 3 flavors
September 18, 2020, Steph Arnaldo
Creamy coconut, homemade ube halaya, and a buttery crust in one freshly-baked pie? Yes please! Check out Pampanga bakery Bread Inbox.
The traditional buko pie is already so well-loved in this country – what more if it’s mixed with ube? Check out Bread Inbox, a local bakery selling the unconventional dessert mash-up, freshly-made from Lubao, Pampanga.
Bread Inbox’s homemade 8″ Ube Buko Pie (P160) features a thin, buttery, and crisp crust firm enough to hold in the super packed, creamy buko-ube filling.
The filling has a bottom layer of soft, young coconut strips, with homemade ube halaya (at a sweetness level that’s just right) sitting atop it. The crust is thin enough for the creamy, melt-in-your-mouth buko-ube jam to really shine. And you really do get both buko and ube flavors in one bite!
However, you can always get it as just the classic Buko Pie, which is still good on its creamy, sweet own, for P150.
Bread Inbox also has a Buko Pinya Pie for P160, which adds a tangy smidge of creamy pineapple filling in the moderately sweet buko pie.
You can also get all 3 flavors in one 10″ Buko! Buko! Buko! Pie, which costs P300 an order.
While you’re at it, Bread Inbox’s Blueberry Creamdesal (an easy merienda hit) is also worth a try. The soft pandesal filled with savory cream cheese and a tangy blueberry compote costs P150 for a box of 6, and P260 for a dozen.
While Bread Inbox is located in Pampanga, they deliver to customers in Metro Manila (for just P75), Bulacan, Bataan, Zambales, and Olongapo on assigned days of the week via their own delivery vans.
You can order via Bread Inbox’s official resellers or through their Instagram page from 8 am to 6 pm every day. Pre-orders must be placed at least a day before delivery. You can also call them at 09171399909.
Bread Inbox’s physical shop, Lubao Buco Pie ATBP, is located along Jas Highway, Sta Cruz, Lubao, Pampanga. – Rappler.com