One event I look forward to every December is the Alaska Merry Cremas Festival. I love food and Christmas is the perfect time to be discovering new things to eat. For the past two years, I’ve made my rounds at this event.
This is my third year of going around the Alaska Merry Cremas Festival and for the first time it was held indoors at the Trinoma Activity Center. Like in the previous years, there’s no entrance fee… all you have to do is register and you’re in!
I passed by pretty much all the booths at the Alaska Merry Cremas Festival and each one had a special Alaska Crema All-Purpose Cream creation. I’ll be sharing with you what I found to be my most memorable Alaska Crema All-Purpose Cream-enriched food discoveries… starting with this booth, Nicomethods.
Maha Blanca by Nicomethods
Nicomethods’ Maha Blanca is probably one of the creamiest and dreamiest I’ve ever tasted. Wow. This is traditionally a corn and milk based Filipino delicacy but it was made so much richer by Alaska Crema All-Purpose Cream. All the booths were gracious enough to post their recipes on site so you can actually try making their yummy creations at home.
Homemade Alaska Cookies and Cream Ice Cream
Next up was this Homemade Alaska Cookies and Cream Ice Cream. It’s made of only 4 ingredients — Alaska Crema All-Purpose Cream, Alaska Condensed Milk, Oreo, and Vanilla Extract but wow, I thought it was pretty amazing.
Creamy Sisig Bagnet by Manong’s Bagnet Station
OMG. This Creamy Sisig Bagnet by Manong’s Bagnet Station gets my vote for best savory dish at the Alaska Merry Cremas Festival 2015. Since it’s made purely with Bagnet (deep fried crunchy pork belly), it’s crunchy like chicharon. It’s also spicy and a bit creamy at the same time. It’s so perfect I wanted to take the entire pan home, lol!
Classic Cassava Cake by Titong’s Delicacies
I also super loved the Classic Cassava Cake by Titong’s Delicacies. It’s soooo good. The cassava is very finely um… ground? Mashed? It also has just the right sweetness… I especially loved the cheesy creamy topping.
Vigan Longganiza Carbonara by Noel Savory and Confection
I saw them cooking this Vigan Longganiza Carbonara and wow, it smelled really divine. I wasn’t able to try but it sure looked delicious.
Special Creamy Yummy Yema Cake by Ann Sweet Co.
It was my first time to try Yema Cake during the event and this one did live up to its name because it was yummy!
Mango Cream Cake in a Jar by Tres Marias Cakes
Love the presentation of this one. I wasn’t able to taste it but I thought it would be great to give away because it looks so nice.
Banoffee Cake in a Jar by Simply Cups and Cakes
Want cake in a jar in a different flavor? Simply Cups and Cakes has a lot but the one made with Alaska Crema All-Purpose Cream is the Banoffee Cake in a Jar.
Mango Crepe Samurai with Alaska Crema Sauce
The crepe is made from scratch and enriched with Alaska Evaporada while the Alaska Crema Sauce combines Alaska Evaporada, Alaska Crema All-Purpose Cream, and Alaska Condensada.
Oh Baby! Choco Caramel Cake by Bite Sized Dessert Project
Moist and rich, just the way I like my chocolate cake. In case you’re wondering, it’s the cake on the leftmost side of the photo.
Mangga Crema Flan by Tastee Pastries and More
I tried this cake, I found it too sweet. My friends liked it though.
Salted Caramel Panna Cotta by Cupkies by K
The Cupkies by K booth was unmanned so I didn’t get to taste this but it was too pretty not to photograph.
I tried my luck at Ball Toss wherein you just need to shoot one ball into the basket for an Alaska gift pack. I failed. It’s harder than it looks!
Thank you Alaska Crema All-Purpose Cream for inviting me to this gastronomic event for the 3rd year in a row! Christmas is always a lot merrier with delectable sweet and savory treats kicked up a notch with Alaska Crema All-Purpose Cream. 🙂
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