Sapin-sapin is another classic Philippine kakanin. It is actually several flavors and colors of kakanin strategically layered into one heavenly dessert. Sapin when translated into English means something you cover something with before you place something else over that something which you covered. Makes sense? Ok.
When it comes to Sapin-sapin, my favorite is the one made by Dolor's Kakanin. Open the box and your eyes are treated to an appetizing explosion of color. It comes with a couple of packets of budbod, toasted grated dry coconut, which, might I add, adds charm and an interesting twist to this already charming kakanin.
People say pictures say a thousand words. But believe you me, in this case, nothing will come close to actually sinking your teeth into a slice of this sweetness. Like it says in the box, "Taste it. You'll like it." Dolor's main store is located in Malabon City. Check out the picture of the box above for more details on where to get your own box of Dolor's Sapin-sapin.