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by Meryl Medel

Have you been seeing those big donuts filled with strawberries on your newsfeed? We get it. They just look so deliciously mouthwatering and visually appealing. These strawberry donut sandwiches are made with a glazed donut split in half and stuffed heaping with fresh strawberries and maybe some cream and jelly. If you’ve been wanting to try this sweet and tangy snack, read on below to know where to get your own strawberry donut sandwiches to satisfy your sweet tooth and fill your IG feed!

READ MORE: Know how to make your own Strawberry Donut Sandwich!




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Aptly named Strawberry Monst, Pufft’s version of the strawberry donut sandwich is a massive sweet treat made of their signature glazed ring donut filled to the brim with fresh strawberries and homemade strawberry jelly. A box of 4 costs PHP 880.

Pufft is based in Taguig. Order yours here.


Flour Pot


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Flour Pot brings the best of both worlds in one sweet treat. Sandwiched in between their brioche donuts are Benguet strawberries and local wild raspberries tossed in homemade raspberry jam spread over white chocolate custard. Honestly, just reading that description would make our mouths water.

Order yours here.

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Gourmet Cravings

Gourmet Cravings’ strawberry donut sandwiches are 100% homemade with 0% preservatives. Owner Anniel Prats makes everything by hand from the soft, fluffy donuts to the sweet strawberry jelly. They offer two variants: the classic strawberry donut sandwich with only generous helpings of jelly; and the strawberry cream cheese bombers with vanilla cream cheese filling mixed in.

Gourmet Cravings is located in Las Piñas City. Order yours here.


Atom’s Kitchen


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Atom’s Kitchen started with deliciously savory tacos and healthy gourmet bento lunch boxes, but they’ve since added donut options to their menu. They offer a box of six Cheese Classic Donuts for PHP 155 and a box of six Strawberry and Jelly Donuts for PHP 375.

Atom’s Kitchen is based in Antipolo. Order yours here.


Angge’s Kitchen

You can get these soft, fluffy, strawberry-stuffed donuts from home-based business Angge’s for only PHP 200 for 4 pieces. They also serve not only other baked goodies like fudgy chocolate brownies with salted caramel and almonds, but also savory platters like baked chicken lasagna and donut burgers. So you can def get a whole meal delivered from them!

Angge’s Kitchen is located in Parañaque near PATTS College of Aeronautics. Order yours here.




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Named after the owners’ grandma, Gloria’s specializes in old-fashioned sour cream donuts, but they’ve expanded their menu to include a variety of options. They offer ube cream cheese, sweet mango, and of course, their version of the strawberry donut sandwich called Strawberry Dream.

Gloria’s is located in Pasig. Order yours here.


Shy Street Kitchen

Shy Street Kitchen has quite an expansive menu from a variety of garlic breads and baked cheese dips to gourmet brioche donuts. They offer peach mango jam, avocado and nuts, and strawberry cheesecake! A box of six strawberry cheesecake donuts costs PHP 530.

Shy Street Kitchen is located in Quezon City. Order yours here.


Hole-y Karbs


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Cavite-based Hole-y Karbs offers their customers trending donut variants on their menu, like the leche flan donuts and the strawberries and cream donuts. A piece is only PHP 85, while a box of four costs PHP 320. If you live in Cavite, they also occasionally offer free delivery, so you should keep watch on their social media pages!

Order yours here.


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This article was republished with permission from 8List.ph.

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