Reward yourself with these affordable treats that cost Php 500 & below

“Treat yo’ self” is a mantra everyone can agree on, most especially during these trying times when people need a little something like food to perk them up.

Thanks to the presence of online shops, getting that treat you’ve been craving for has never been easier. In just a few clicks, you can avail these 10 affordable food products that you might want to try out!

  1. AUsome Goodies by Matteo (@ausomegoodiesbymatteo)

Strawberry donut sandwiches are getting more popular these days, and since there’s no denying that it serves a delectable taste, most shops sell each at a pricey level. But here’s some good news for you: AUsome Goodies by Matteo sells them at a lower price. Plus, it’s berry yummy. A box of 4 donut sandwiches in just Php 279? Pretty please!

2. Bowl’d (@bowldmanila)

Looking for a guilt-free treat? Check out Bowl’d – a lifesaver that sends sweet yet healthy delights! Aside from their products’ instagrammable factor, it will always be a bonus to eat a wholesome snack that contributes wellness to our body’s system. So, what are you waiting for? Go get ‘em smoothie bowls for around Php 150 – 170 only!

 

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3. Creamy Tuna Pasta By: Chas (@creamytunapasta_bychas)

Everyone loves a good pasta, but most brands online sell them in family-sized containers. Good thing Creamy Tuna Pasta By: Chas can deliver them in an affordable tub that’s good for a head or two! They claim that they sell one of the creamiest and cheesiest pasta in town, curious enough to give it a try? Feel free to enjoy it with their 750 mL solo tub for only Php 130.

4. El Gorila Gocho PHL (@elgorilagochophl)

Chomp on real South American flavors with El Gorila Gocho PHL. Similar to empanadas, they sell pastelitos that give off an absolute Andean experience. Their ‘Carne Mechada and Queso’ flavored pastelito is a crowd favorite, but here’s a piece of advice: dip it with the ‘Aioli de Cilantro’ sauce because you can never go wrong with a perfect pair that’s only worth Php 70!

5. Yujun K-Mart (@yujun_kmart)

Craving for something Korean? Yujun K-Mart does not only sell cooked foods made from authentic Korean ingredients but it is also that one-stop shop where you can find any Korean food items like noodles and seaweed packs. From their ready-to-cook samgyeopsal (Php 249) and woo samgyup (Php 279) to their popular kimchi, you can go big on rewarding yourself by enjoying a complete Samgyupsal setup!

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6. Baked Nice (@getbakednice)

Just like the brand’s name, Baked Nice does seem like the type that would create their products with love. For all those who have a sweet tooth out there: they sell cookies that come out in five different flavors! In a price range of only Php 110 – 135, you can cheer up and take a fine box of 4 or 8 pieces.

 

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7. Crave Munchies (@cravemunchies)

You may have probably already heard about Korean cream cheese garlic bread but guess what? It’s Crave Munchies’ best-selling product! In a box of 6 pieces, it can be purchased for Php 500 worth – a reasonable price for real cream cheese goodness!

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8. Chumoto (@chumoto.ph)

Sometimes all you need is a bar of delish chocolate to save the day. Serving balanced sweetness with the right texture, one bite of Chumoto’s nama chocolate will surely make you want to finish the whole box! The product below is priced at Php 380.

 

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9. MomMay’s Kitchen (@mommayskitchen)

Feeling a bit adventurous? MomMay’s Kitchen is best known for its Baked Bangus, a special Filipino dish with a twist that gives off a good kick of cheese factor. For only Php 220, there’s no need to worry for dinner with MomMay’s Kitchen’s best-selling goodie. You can also check their ready-to-eat homemade viands that will serve to your heart’s content!

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10. Belly Crave

We get what you’re thinking: how about a meal that’s offered at a cheaper price? Well, try out Belly Crave’s delectable bibimbap – believe it or not, it will satisfy you without having to spend much for a good meal! Cheers? Cheers, because you’ll only need a Php 100 for this Korean repast. Take our word for it – it’s worth a shot!

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