LEGENDARY PASTEL DE CAMIGUIN
No one leaves Camiguin island without a box of the famous and home-grown Pastel de Camiguin. Pastel de Camiguin, which originated with the Spanish, are small, soft, coffee buns with a surprising and unforgettable yema (custard) center. This well-loved Filipino pastry phenomenon started as small business venture by Camiguinon Eleanor Popera Jose with a capital of P120. From its humble beginnings , VJANDEP pastel became known as one of the most popular pasalubongs of Northern Mindanao. Indeed, every visit to the island province should end with a trip to the VJANDEP bakeshop for a box or two of these sweet freshly baked goodies. Over the years, Pastel has evolved to having other variants such as chocolate, mango, durian, ube, and cheese. It is perfect with Camiguin’s traditional tablea hot chocolate.