Cagayan de Oro City in Misamis Oriental serves as the region’s economic hub. It is also the melting pot for culture and cuisine with restaurants and food establishments coming up with different dishes from other countries like Thai food.
Tourists and travelers look for pasalubong from city of golden friendship and the most popular, although not originally from the city but from Camiguin, is pastel. Recently, CdeO has introduced a healthy alternative to its pastel pasalubong with malunggay pastel.
Now comes new pasalubongs in the form of Bite Me Up’s brownie bites, crispy brownies, and cashew crunch.
Brownie bites are your dark and fudgy, moist chocolatey brownies in bite size individually wrapped pieces. It only has sugar, butter, cocoa, egg, flour and salt for ingredients and one brownie can satisfy your sugar cravings. A box of 16 individually wrapped brownie bites is PhP160.
As if the fudgy brownie is not enough, it now comes in crispy thins with dark chocolate chips. A box of 6 individually wrapped crispy brownies is PhP130.
If you want a break from all the chocolatey goodness, there’s cashew crunch that’s baked to crunchy crispy thins with cashew bits sprinkled all over. It is buttery and nutty, and perfect for those snack cravings. A box of 6 individually wrapped cashew crunch is PhP130.
With the brownie bites family, you might just go to Cagayan de Oro for the pasalubong only.
The brownie bites family is available at Monster Kitchen Cathedral, Monster Kitchen Cogon and Cucina Higala in Cagayan de Oro City and in Monster Kitchen in Quirino Avenue in Davao City.
How to get there:
Major airlines have daily flights to Cagayan de Oro City from Manila, Davao and Cebu. From Laguindingan airport, take the very convenient LAX Express Shuttle to bring you to the city’s Centrio Mall for only PhP 150. Ride the taxi to Cucina Higala, Capistrano Mabini Streets, Cagayan de Oro City.