Croissants with a colorful twist


Bakeshops that offer croissants typically don’t stray too far away from the classic flavors. However, Silly Lily bakeshop in Los Baños, Laguna lives true to its name and isn’t afraid to add a bright colored glaze and sprinkles to the classic French pastry.

The shop still sells classic flavors such as butter croissants and pain au chocolat. With variants such as rainbow sprinkle and the nostalgic Filipino candy bar Chocnut, though, their colorful croissants will surely bring your inner child loads of joy.


Fun flavors, now on croissants


Silly Lily - Rainbow Sprinkle Croissant
Rainbow sprinkle croissant
Image credit: Silly Lily

Silly Lily offers croissant variants that can give you an eye feast and tickle your taste buds.

The bakeshop’s rainbow sprinkle croissant has a generous amount of diplomat cream inside and a pink chocolate glaze and rainbow sprinkles on top. Silly Lily can also bring back your happy childhood memories with their Chocnut croissant filled with chocolate and peanut whipped cream with bits of Chocnut.

Silly Lily - CroissantsOther croissant variants
Image credit: Silly Lily

The shop also has Oreo croissants filled with Oreo diplomat cream and topped with white chocolate and chunks of Oreo. There’s also the matcha variant which are croissants coated in striking green matcha chocolate.

For those who want something in between classic croissants and wacky croissant flavors, Silly Lily also has almond, ddalki (strawberry), ddalki almond, and triple choc au lat croissants. These inventive croissant offerings cost P120 to 155 (~USD2.38-USD3.07) each.


Korean-inspired cakes


Silly Lily - Ddalki Cream Cake With Chocolate Glaze
Ddalki cream cake with chocolate glaze
Image credit: Silly Lily

The bakeshop also sells Instagram-worthy, Korean-inspired cakes which are perfect for celebrations.

They have different varieties of strawberry cake, such as the ddalki, ddalki chocolat, and ddalki cream cake with chocolate glaze. For people who want a fruit-flavored cake but aren’t particularly fond of strawberries, they also have mango cream cake.

Silly Lily - Jinhan CakeJinhan cake
Image credit: Silly Lily

For chocolate lovers, their choco namu cake has chocolate ganache, matcha cream, and whipped cream. If you want the celebrant to feel extra special, you can also get them a jinhan cake – a 5-layer chocolate chiffon cake with a chocolate glaze and edible gold as garnish.

The bakeshop’s cakes retail from P700 to P1,950 (~USD13.87 to USD38.65).


Limited quantities available for pre-order


Silly Lily - Order Details
Order details

Image adapted from: Silly Lily

Croissants are only available on Wednesdays and Saturdays while cakes are available daily. However, you need to place an order as Silly Lily only sells a limited quantity of their products per day.

To order, you have to message the shop on Facebook with your name and order details. The full details about pre-order and payment methods can be found on their website.

The cut-off for orders is at 2PM of the day before the pickup date, but don’t wait until the last minute to order as their products sell out fast.


Pick-up and delivery in Laguna


Silly Lily - Pick-upPick-up details
Image adapted from: Silly Lily

You can pick up your order from 11.30AM to 5PM on your arranged date at Seoul Kitchen in Barangay Batong Malaki, Los Baños, Laguna.

Los Baños residents who want their orders delivered should book their own delivery with Elbi Delivery, LB Dispatch, or Toktok. Those who are not from Los Baños can also book any third-party delivery company, but Silly Lily reminds customers that their products may melt during transit.

For more details, you can check out the bakeshop’s website.


Silly Lily’s crazy croissants


Unafraid to embody the word ‘silly’,  Silly Lily bakeshop offers some of the most creative croissants that can spark joy to children and children at heart. Even so, they still offer more subdued, classic flavors so they have a croissant for every member of the family.

If you want to see if their croissant offerings taste as good as they look, message the bakeshop on Facebook today.

Address: FO Santos cor. Pearl St., Umali Subdivision, Brgy. Batong Malaki, Los Baños, Laguna
Opening hours:
11.30AM-5PM, Daily
Telephone: 0930 662 0977

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Cover image adapted from: Silly Lily and Silly Lily

 

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