Oreos and Mochiko

There are many ways of eating Oreos. People especially kids have their special way of eating them. One of the very famous way is the Twist, Lick and Dunk into milk and eat! That’s how they enjoy Oreos most of the time.

But there are lots of pastries or desserts that can be done in using Oreo cookies. Actually you can search the internet for recipes. Even in the market, you can actually buy desserts or pastries made from Oreos.

One of my favorite dessert stall here in Soderno Alabang and Alabang Town Ceneter is Mochiko. Mochi is a Japanese confection made out of glutinous rice or mochiko and is traditionally filled with a sweet center such as anko or red bean paste.

There are lots of variants and flavors of mochies and one variant is Oreos and Milk ice cream that tastes like cookies and cream layered with an Oreo cookie and covered with frozen rice dough.

Mochiko, that created a mochi craze in the country, learned their craft in Japan where they studied special techniques to create the perfect mochi.

They learned to use only the best ingredients and that’s why their mochi are chewy and smooth. Mochiko is known for their mochi ice cream where only premium ice cream with real dairy milk is used.

Mochiko stores / kiosk can be seen at :

Midnight Mercato
Corner of 34th Street and 8th Avenue
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Mochiko Makati
The Collective Unit Q
7274 Malugay Street
San Antonio, Makati

Mochiko Ayala Alabang
Space 1025 The Garden
Alabang Town Center
Muntinlupa

Mochiko Cebu
Active Zone Level 3
(in front of Sun Cellular)
Ayala Center Cebu

Eastwood Mall Weekend Gourmet Market
2nd or 3rd Floor Eastwood Mall
Libis, Quezon City

Mochiko Manila
2nd Floor Lucky Chinatown Mall
(in front of Tao Yuan)
Reina Regente Street
Binondo, Manila

Mochiko Tagaytay
Cliffhouse Tagaytay
Aguinaldo Highway
Maharlika East, Tagaytay

Price: P70 per piece, P400 for box of six

BONGGANG MOCHI DESSERT ITO!

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