You Can Now Try Lola Nena's Famous Cheese Doughnuts as Ice Cream

Just in time for summer!
by Bea Faicol for Yummy.ph   |  Mar 5, 2022
Image: (LEFT TO RIGHT) MERRY MOO, FACEBOOK/LOLA NENA'S
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Can you feel summer inching closer and closer? One of the best ways to combat Manila's heat comes in the form of ice cream and Lola Nena's is getting a headstart with the launch of the Triple Cheese Donuts Ice Cream.

Photo by Merry Moo

Lola Nena's limited-edition Triple Cheese Donut Ice Cream is made in collaboration with local ice cream brand Merry Moo. For this doughnut-turned-ice cream flavor, they used a doughnut ice cream base and mixed it with generous amounts of Lola Nena's doughnut chunks and cheese bits.

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If you want to take your love for Lola Nena's Triple Cheese Donuts to the next level, you can order the Triple Cheese Donuts and top it with a scoop of the Triple Cheese Donuts Ice Cream. You can even name it "Sextuple Cheese Donuts"!

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This Lola Nena's x Merry Moo Triple Cheese Donuts Ice Cream costs P450 a pint (473ml). You can order this via Merry Moo's website!

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* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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