Eye on the pie

Apple Pie Oh My Concrete.

What is touted as “the best of both dessert worlds” — Shake Shack’s frozen custard and Tilde’s handcrafted French Apple Pie — is available until 5 February only. This limited-time Apple Pie Oh My Concrete features Shake Shack’s vanilla frozen custard blended with Tilde’s French Apple Pie.

A community bakery located in the charming foodie neighborhood of Kapitolyo, Pasig, Tilde Bakery & Kitchen was started by childhood friends Ginny Roces de Guzman (former founder of Sugarhouse) and Chiqui Lara who wanted to create a delicious space where they can create one of kind cakes and pies.

Photographs courtesy of shake shack and Tilde Bakery & Kitchen
Tilde Bakery & Kitchen’s French Apple Pie.

Everything made in-house daily, Tilde’s handcrafted baked creations highlight the use of locally sourced ingredients and the skills of their bakers, most of whom have been with them since they started out as a small café in the back streets of Poblacion, Makati.

As part of its mission to Stand for Something Good, Shake Shack is committed to supporting its local communities and sourcing real, premium ingredients. A treat for a cause, 5 percent of sales from any Apple Pie Oh My Concrete will support CENTEX, Ayala Foundation’s holistic education program that promotes student, parent and teacher development from underserved Filipino communities. What’s sweeter? The concrete’s frozen custard is made with real sugar, no corn syrup and milk from dairy farmers who pledge never to use artificial growth hormones.


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