|Maya Happy Mug in Chocolate and Caramel variants|
Yes folks, it’s the most wonderful time of the year again—Christmastime!
And whether you’re still in denial about it, the holiday season brings a lot of
childhood happy memories back when most of us still believe in the magic of
Christmas. Nothing warms my heart than waking up to freshly baked cookies and
brownies wafting in the air. So I was glad upon learning that Filipino brand
MAYA has made life easier for moms and those who are behind the preparations
for Noche Buena. With a number of products to choose from, you can never go
wrong with any MAYA product. From their hotcakes, brownie, APF (all-purpose
flour) and cake mixes, everything seems so convenient to whip up things that
every family will surely enjoy.
|MAYA happy mug in Chocolate|
|MAYA Happy Mug in Caramel|
|MAYA Happy Mug with toppings on marshmallows and wafer sticks|
I recently discovered MAYA Happy Mugs when I received an
invitation to visit The Maya Kitchen recently in Arnaiz Avenue, Makati City. It’s
so easy to make, even little kids can do so with an adult’s supervision. Maya
Happy Mugs are single serve ready-to-mix delicious baked goodies. They are
available in two variants: MAYA Happy Mug in Chocolate Cake with Caramel
Drizzle Syrup and Caramel Cake with Chocolate Drizzle Syrup. It’s a very simple
D-I-Y cake which you pop into the microwave oven for two minutes and voila! You
can already enjoy a yummy mug cake you’ve just made yourself in minutes. You
may add on some more toppings on the gooey cake mix: from fruits to nuts to
marshmallows and chocolate bits—have it the way you want it! Kids would surely
want to try their hand at making their own MAYA Happy Mug. It’s going to be a
good bonding for parents and their kids too. The MAYA Happy Mug is such a sweet
treat not just for kids but for those kids-at-heart too. MAYA Happy Mugs are
sold at P40.00 (SRP) at supermarkets and groceries nationwide.
|MAYA Happy Mug with Graham and wafer sticks with candy bits|
|Purple Plum Fairy with her own MAYA Happy Mug|
|MAYA Pancakes in Gingerbreadman shape|
For meaningful breakfast on Christmas mornings, you can also
try the MAYA Hotcake art. It’s a perfect family bonding activity. Unleash those
creative juices you never knew existed by creating wonderful art pieces out of
ordinary pancakes. Design your hotcakes with your favorite cartoons, shapes,
and decorate them with toppings of your choice. The kids would surely
appreciate this activity as they would usually want to get their hands busy and
at the same time would eat something they did on their own.
|MAYA Original Hotcake Mix and MAYA Quick N'Easy|
|A child participant happily makes her own pancake creation|
I tried my hands on making MAYA Hotcake art myself and I’d
have to say it was totally doped! It was fun and enjoyable even by adults. Who
would have thought making hotcakes for breakfast can be this fun? I highly
recommend them for you and your family. Everyone will surely love the experience
as well as the pancakes too. MAYA Original Fluffy n ’Tasty Hotcake Mix and MAYA
Complete Quick N’ Easy Hotcake Mix are great companions in the morning to perk
up your day.
This year, MAYA lets you relive the childhood Christmases
you so fondly remember with products that will turn your household into a
cheerful, creative holiday haven. Make some new memories with MAYA, where the
best kitchen moments are just a few steps away.
|Christmas tree pancake|
|MAYA Hotcake Art in blue|
|Purple Plum Fairy with one of the people she looks up to, Ms. Monique Buensalido bonding while doing pancake art|
|Butterfly hotcake art|
|The different artworks you can make out of hotcake art|
|Purple Plum Fairy visits The Maya Kitchen for the first time this Christmas season|
For more information on this, log on to www.themayakitchen.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org , or visit The
Maya Kitchen Culinary Center every Tuesday to Saturday at 8F Liberty Building,
835 A. Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road), Makati City. You may also call us 8921185 or
892-5011 local 108 or +63929 679 6102.
Disclaimer: I am not compensated for this post. Opinions expressed are 100% my own.
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