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Team Donyol's was in Tampa for a second popup event! The crowd and co-vendors were AWESOME. Fun vibes and pure energy spiced up Felicitious Cafe and its front yard. Donyol's actually SOLD OUT an hour before end of event. We are so thankful that everyone patiently waited in line to try out Donyol's delicious lechon belly cutlets, atchara side, hanging rice/puso or jasmine rice combo. Our coconut jam / latik and atchara jars were a hit too.

We loved sharing tidbits about the Philippines cuisine, most importantly, authentic Cebu lechon belly to our clients. We also cherished how most clients were very adventurous and wanted to try Cebu / Filipino lechon for the first time.

Donyol's is always proud to showcase Filipino dishes that satisfy cravings and ignite a different part of your palate. And we can't wait to serve hungry humans again!

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Our first pop-up event this year exceeded all our expectations! The overwhelming turnout and positive feedback highlighted Creekwood Bradenton community’s enthusiasm for gastronomic exploration and garage sale exchange. We thank everyone for their patience as our food table managed and prepped the orders. Humbly, this has been a learning experience.

Team Donyol's and Team Bauers are immensely grateful for the widespread support that made this event an unforgettable success. 🧡

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Yummy, creamy with an Ube kick! – Jazzy A.

Here in sunny Florida, we always welcome cold treats. What better way to enjoy the heat and humidity through deliciously home-made Pinoy style ice candy. Today, we dip into UBE heaven with our simple, Donyol's style recipe!

Ube is also know as purple yam, which is a kind of root crop that is a popular dessert ingredient in the Philippines. It's getting popular on this side of the world due to its pretty vibrant purple color and vanilla-like flavor.

Easy Ube-Flavored Ice Candy


1 can 13.4 oz Sweet Cow Ube-flavored    condensed milk

2 cans 12 oz evap milk

1 can 7.6 oz Nestle cream

2 cups water

dash of salt



  1. Mix all ingredients in a big mixing bowl (with spout preferably).

  2. Use a hand blender or spatula to mix evenly.

  3. Funnel mixture to plastic molds.

  4. Freeze at least 3 hours or overnight. 

  5. Enjoy!

Makes 16 using 11-inch popsicle molds

You can also substitute the ube-flavored condensed milk with a regular plain version plus a few teaspoons of ube flavoring. Adjust flavoring levels to your preference.

Lastly, please don't forget to share your thoughts or post photos of your own creations at the comments section. Good luck, friends!

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