TravelBook Fans Share 5 Must-Buy Baguio Treats

Heading to Baguio? Don’t forget to buy these yummy pasalubong items for your guests.

By Nigel Maranan
February 20, 2014


Your trip to a new destination won’t be complete if you don’t buy some pasalubong for your loved ones. And what better treats to take home than those they can eat? We asked our Facebook fans to share some of their favorite pasalubong from Baguio. Read on to find out what their answers are.

Ube Jam

Suggested by Janjan Geraldizo

A popular spread among Pinoys, ube jam I goes well with your hot pandesal for breakfast or merienda. It is made from purple yam cooked in milk, butter, and a bit of cheese.

Fresh Strawberries

Suggested by Allen Pangilinan

Whether you pick fresh strawberries on your own or buy them from a friendly local vendor, they’re the perfect pasalubong to bring home from your trip to Baguio.

Peanut Brittle
Suggested by Evelyn Apalla

Made from melted sugar and crushed nuts, peanut brittle is a sweet and tasty  snack you can munch on. Although it’s popular in other provinces as well, it can be purchased in its most delicious form in the City of Pines.


Suggested by Tess Chuatico

Coated with sugar powder and made out of soft pastry, alfajor is a delicacy you should definitely put on your pasalubong list. It comes in various flavors such as chocolate, caramel, and mango.

Chocolate Flakes
Suggested by Luiren Zamesa

Chocolate crispies is a Baguio delicacy that remains a favorite generation to generation. Choose to have your flakes coated with milk chocolate or white chocolate depending on your sweet tooth.

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