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Here's Where You Can Get Choc Nut, Red Velvet, AND Double Dark Crinkles

It's your childhood favorite candy in a chewy, fudgy format.
IMAGE Overdoughs

Choc Nut’s one of those classic Filipino treats that never goes out of style, and while a good ol’ Choc Nut bar never fails to satisfy, it’s also worth exploring other ways to enjoy its flavor. Here’s one new treat to try: Overdoughs is now offering Chocnut Crinkles (P179/five pieces, P499/fifteen pieces)—chewy, powdered-sugar dusted cookies with the nutty, slightly cocoa-tinged profile of its namesake candy.

You can order these special cookies for delivery simply by messaging Overdoughs’ Facebook page.

It's got the flavors of Choc Nut in a chewy, fudgy format.
PHOTO BY Overdoughs
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Not into Choc Nut? Don’t fret; they’ve got two other crinkles that’ll definitely hit the spot. If you love chocolate, you won’t want to miss their Double Dark Crinkles (P179/five pieces, P499/15pieces), which—true to its name—have an especially dark, robust flavor thanks to the use of 55% and 64% dark chocolate from local purveyor Auro Chocolate.

The Double Dark Crinkles have an especially robust profile from the use of Auro Chocolate.
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The Red Velvet Crinkles have a mild cocoa-tinged, slightly tangy flavor.
PHOTO BY Overdoughs

Don’t sleep on the Red Velvet Crinkles (P179/five pieces, P499/fifteen pieces), either—this especially fudgy variant’s got a hint of cocoa and mild tang from the cream cheese bits. And if you can’t choose, you can also opt to get a box of 15 with assorted flavors for P499.

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Overdoughs is a local dessert shop that opened in 2017. While they initially peddled doughnuts, their menu has evolved to now offer cookies that range from minis to palm-sized variants and even to giant cookie cakes.

For orders, send a message to Overdoughs’ Facebook page.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

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

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