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Kayla A
Kayla A • 1 year ago

Belekoy - A sweet pastry made from flour, sugar, sesame seeds, and vanilla. A Filipino delicacy, one of the treats from around the world to include in our bakery. Maybe this could be turned into a good truffle or even by itself

  • Toni Kay
    Toni Kay • 1 year ago

    I wish I tried some when I was in the Philippines as a child. They also have another dessert that is wrapped in banana leaves that I will have to look up too.

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