I never knew they also had savory baked goods. I bought the sausage quiche and the chicken curry turnover. They were both just satisfactory. Nothing I would really buy again.
ham & cheese roll P50, sausage quiche, quiche Lorraine, quiche tinapa P85 chicken curry turnover P70
I liked the Spanish chorizo turnover better except for the slices of hard boiled egg inside. Remember I don’t like eggs? The crust was flaky when heated properly in the toaster oven.
Spanish chorizo turnover P70 tuna turnover P70
cheese roll P45 soft cinnamon roll P60
I bought half a box of lemon bars because a popular blogger raved about it. True it had a very, very good buttery crust and the filling had a smooth and silky texture. But it didn’t have ANY lemon flavor at all!! If you didn’t know what this was you wouldn’t even guess it had citrus flavor. It should have been called sugar bar since it was a tad too sweet for my taste. It would have been perfect with MORE lemon juice. After eating a piece and sharing some with my staff I kept the rest in the freezer. It can be eaten straight from the freezer too.
lemon bars P260/16 pcs. P450/32 pcs.
The main reason for my visit to Purple Oven was to try the chocolate macadamia cookies recommended by one of my readers. Alas, they were out of stock. I have to go back for that.
chocolate crinkles P250/12 pcs. chocolate dipped cookies P260/8 pcs.
I find their packaging a bit wasteful. They put each flavor of the turnover in it’s own bag when they could have all fit in one bag. It’s not as if the bag was labelled with the name of the product.
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