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Goldilocks Polvoron

Goldilocks Polvoron

Goldilocks is a Philippine bakeshop chain that manufactures and packages different flavors of pulburon. The Filipino word comes from the Spanish polvoron. Goldilocks calls it “shortbread cookies.”

Goldilocks Assorted Polvoron

Goldilocks Assorted Polvoron

Goldilocks Polvoron: Different Flavors

Goldilocks Polvoron: Different Flavors — classic, peanut, cookies n cream, ube, cashew

Goldilocks Polvoron singles -- different flavors

Different flavors of Goldilocks Polvoron singles — classic, peanut, ube, cashew, pinipig, coffee crumble, cookies n cream

Goldilocks Polvoron flavors

Goldilocks Polvoron flavors — classic, peanut, ube, cashew, pinipig, coffee crumble

Goldilocks Canada has referred to polvoron as “Manila shortbread,” dubbing it a “Filipino delight that’s a sweet mixture of toasted flour, milk, butter and sugar cooked and then molded.” They’ve sold it plain or flavored with cashew, pinipig (a special roasted rice crisp), ube, peanut and chocolate-honey-almond.

Red Ribbon, a Philippine bakeshop company that can be considered Goldilocks’ rival particularly in overseas Filipino markets, now also has polvoron, which it describes as “creamy goodness of milk, sugar and toasted flour.” The lineup of their flavors: Classic, Pinipig, Peanut

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Ligaya
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Such a different shape from pulboron as we knew it growing up. These really are closer to “shortbread cookies” than the crumbly pressed powder treats that Filipinos of earlier generations enjoyed in all messiness.

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