Here’s a list of the things that we saw, we tried, we liked and loved! Get a load of these interesting, very Illustrado sundry. Can’t live without ‘em!

 

Illustrado Stuff: Ding Dong, Max's Caramel Bars, Crispy Mushroom Chips, Lucky Me Pancit Canton, Pinoy Spaghetti Mix

 

Who doesn’t like to snack on this mixed nuts pack that is heaven sent? For us at #TeamIllustrado, Ding Dong became our 4PM ritual. There’s something about this chichirya that is so addictive! We don’t know what exactly, but maybe you could tell us? Plus, it’s healthy naman kasi it’s nuts ‘diba?

 

 

 

 

 

If there’s one thing that you should never miss when visiting Max’s Restaurant, apart from their legendary fried chicken, of course, it’s their Caramel Bar. This cute little baked goody is always a perfect dessert after eating a whole classic Max’s fried chicken. You won’t even notice you’ve probably eaten 5 pieces already in one sitting because it’s that good!  Check out in the Middle East

 

 

 

Illustrado Stuff: Ding Dong, Max's Caramel Bars, Crispy Mushroom Chips, Lucky Me Pancit Canton, Pinoy Spaghetti Mix

 

Being healthy is now a trend and for those who are conscious about their health and figure (that’s not us) this Filipino snack is made for you. It’s crispy and healthy and most importantly, it is Pinoy! You gotta taste, promises! If all veggies tasted like this, we’d probably be vegetarian by now.

 

 

Illustrado Stuff: Ding Dong, Max's Caramel Bars, Crispy Mushroom Chips, Lucky Me Pancit Canton, Pinoy Spaghetti Mix

 

You’re basically not a real Filipino if you haven’t tried Lucky Me’s Pancit Canton. Let us tell you this, we were SHOOKT as well when this questionably nutritious merienda was overhauled into something that’s more fake-pastang-lasang-pancit. We feel you.

P.S.  We miss you, Lucky Me. You have a special place in our hearts. Forever. Always.

 

 

Illustrado Stuff: Ding Dong, Max's Caramel Bars, Crispy Mushroom Chips, Lucky Me Pancit Canton, Pinoy Spaghetti Mix

 

Even when you’re abroad and someone has a birthday or a celebration in your flat, we all still look for the Pinoy style spaghetti mix because it’s not masarap if it doesn’t taste like what we’re used to back home. And even if you’ve tried a thousand versions of your favorite Pinoy style spaghetti, it’s always Nanay who makes the best one!

 

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