About the Book

50 concepts. 2 executions each. 100 reasons to get started with your next dessert masterpiece.

*Note: Photo is only intended to be the virtual representation
of the actual physical book.

Meet the Chefs

Miko Aspiras

With a body of work that has been revolutionizing the local pastry scene, Miko Aspiras is a dessert genius with progressive visions and a masterful finesse. He studied culinary arts at De La Salle College of Saint Benilde in 2004 but has been professionally specializing in pastry arts for 11 years.

Aileen Anastacio

Aileen Anastacio has been making waves in the Philippine culinary industry for more than two decades as a renowned pastry chef and coffee connoisseur, cookbook author, food columnist, cooking show host, food consultant, and entrepreneur. Her decadent pastries and innovative coffee concoctions have earned her several loyal customers and a market-wide demand for her work over the years.



It is a unique cookbook where Aileen has her classic recipe of a dessert and Chef Miko does his twist version. A must-have for all bakers and cookbook collectors like me!

Rica De Jesus
<Blogger/Owner of Heart2Heart Online/>

I thought it was so great that A Piece Of Cake showcased different ways to create our favorite desserts— one classic and one modern— which fosters creativity, and also gives the readers the opportunity to explore and discover preference and style. It is visually stunning as well, and will no doubt inspire anyone who loves to bake.

Cheryl Tiu
<Official Tastehunter and Journalist/>

Tastefully curated and effortlessly executed desserts.

Carla Abellana
<Actress and Pastry Enthusiast/>

A cookbook for your guilty pleasures…

Sol Vanzi
<Manila Bulletin Writer/>

I enjoyed reading the book. The cakes are delicious too!

Heny Sison
<Chef and Owner of Heny Sison Culinary School/>

It’s a comprehensive and compelling dessert cookbook that beginners and experts alike will adore and appreciate.

Spanky Enriquez
<LET'S EAT Editor/>