No meat meals? Try Slappy Cakes Lenten specials

I got invited to try out Slappy Cakes Lenten Specials at their branch in SM Aura earlier this week. I originally planned to just take Lukas with me, but the rest of the family ended up joining me instead. And it was just as good because there was so much food!

Slappy Cakes Lenten Specials are no-meat alternatives that include great, tasty dishes from appetizers to pasta and filling sandwiches and rice meals.

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That MasterChef moment

Jay and I had a “MasterChef” moment when he gently cut through the eggs on Slappy Cakes’ Salmon Benedict and out oozed the yolk, blending dramatically with the hollondaise sauce. Yummmm!

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Salmon Benedict

The Salmon Benedict was actually one of their All Day Breakfast meals (which means you can order them for breakfast, lunch or dinner!), along with their Garlic Bangus meal which came with a little mango ensalada on the side that Jay and I both agreed was a good touch.

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Garlic Bangus

They served us the Cheese sticks first and the kids simply devoured them, hot cheese, dip and all!

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Cheese sticks

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Another favorite was the basket of fish bites.

Fish Bites

Pesto love

Who doesn’t love pesto? Pesto’s one of the staple pasta dishes we serve here at home, but I have to admit, it was quite a treat to taste Slappy Cakes’ Pesto Pasta with Anchovies. It was delicious and filling and it was a LOT!

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Pesto Pasta with Anchovies
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Lukas enjoying his banana milk shake

In fact, that’s how it is in Slappy Cakes. All dishes are for sharing because they serve in huge quantities. They’re generous with potatoes, too! This is because of the potato-lovin’ locals of Portland, Oregon where Slappy Cakes started back in 2009.

Slappy Cakes DIY pancakes

What’s a Slappy Cakes dining experience without the DIY pancake experience, right? Slappy Cakes have a griddle right in the middle of your table where you can design and cook your own pancake with your kids (or friend, hubby, or imaginary friend – get creative, haha!)

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DIY pancakes
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Pablo making our rubber pool pancake

All the members of the media present at the event had a little DIY pancake competition with the theme, “What will you do this Lenten season?”

The picture we came up with was the rubber pool because that’s what we did last year.  Lukas’ birthday always falls on Holy Week and we celebrated it last year with a rubber pool party with just us, here in our yard.

But then no matter how hard we tried, do you think we’ll win against this???? Yes, ladies and gentlemen, that is a pancake, bow!

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Winner of our DIY pancake contest

Other dishes included in Slappy Cakes’ Lenten Specials are Tomato Soup, Grilled Three Cheese sandwich, the Seasonal Vegetable Benedict, and the mouth-watering Mango Ponzu salad.

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L-R: Grilled three-cheese sandwich, Tomato soup, Salmon Benedict and Mango Ponzu salad

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Betti & Chen, Marketing geniuses behind Mother Spice Food Corporation
Betti & Chen, Marketing geniuses behind Mother Spice Food Corporation

Where to find Slappy Cakes

Slappy Cakes has branches in several locations around the Metro – Eastwood Mall, SM Aura Premier, SM North Edsa The Block and SM Jazz Mall. Most branches open between 9 to 10 AM, except for SM Jazz Mall branch which opens at 8 AM.

All branches will be open from Palm Sunday until Holy Wednesday, and will resume operations on Black Saturday.

Check out Slappy Cakes website for more info, or connect with them on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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54 Comments

  1. I love Slappy Cakes! They have a branch in SM North Edsa, I tried their DIY pancakes with the kids and some of their breakfast meals… I will definitely go back to try their lenten special one of these days! 🙂

    1. I don’t think we’ll get past the pancakes for a while, my kids are talking about going back to do it again non-stop. 🙂

    1. My kids are asking to go back, too! They’re requesting for pancakes and the milkshakes. 🙂

  2. All of the meals you’ve tried are exactly my favorite kind of meals and they all look so appetizing especially the Pesto Pasta! I’ve been to Slappy Cakes a couple of times already but I’ve only ordered their DIY Pancakes coz its delicious and fun to make haha unleashing the inner chef in me same as you guys did haha!

  3. I was under the impression that they only served pancakes. Been wanting to try this for awhile now and knowing they have more than just pancakes is great!

    1. Aw, sayang! They said they have more events coming up, maybe both of us will get invited again. 🙂

  4. Wow, May! Mike’s favorite is Egg’s benedict.. Love it! I think it’s not a good idea to read something like this na gutom hahaha..:)

    Maybe we can go back there with us naman! Exciting!

  5. Oh my, what an amazing restaurant! In all honesty, I am about the meat – however the fish bites look divine! Looks like you had a fantastic time and meal… the pictures are making me very hungry now! Sim x

    1. Oh they do have meat. They’re just offering this menu for the lenten season. The burgers are too die for! 🙂

  6. It’s funny how this is the first time I’ve heard about Slappy Cakes considering that they’re not-so-far from my place of work. I will definitely give it a shot – I’m eying the pesto pasta and their tomato soup, both look divine!

  7. Our first experience in Slappy Cakes was not too good. The food was expensive but did not taste good. But your picture of the pesto pasta is very tempting.

  8. My husband and I looooovvvee Slappy Cakes! They have the best burgers in town! Not exactly cheap but so so meaty. Will try their Lenten specials nga one time. Parang ang sarap ng cheese sticks nila. 🙂

    1. YES! We got burgers, too (we didn’t know we were going to be served plenty of food) and they were, in street linggo – da bomb! 😉

  9. I’ve been wanting to try Slappy Cakes but everytime I look at their menu outside, I immediately realize how expensive their dishes are. Even the pancake batters seem a bit on the higher side.

  10. I’ve never heard of slappy cakes but the eggs benedict looked delicious. DIY pancakes are pretty common in buffet breakfast places here.

  11. It is great that the kids are included in the process of preparing food. Food is love and it is beneficial for them to participate in the family activities. Those food pics look awesome!

    1. Thanks phyliciamarie. It’s actually my 1st time to try DIY pancake. Didn’t expect to win.

      To the author of this blog, thanks for including me in your post. 🙂

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