Billy (Liza Soberano) comes home to the Philippines to ease the heartache brought by Gabo (Enrique Gil)’s surprising disappearance. However, seeing her hometown in Nueva Valencia almost empty and their family’s old bakery permanently closed only stir her sadness. Nevertheless, Billy vows to bring back their family business to its glory days.
She, the ‘Prinsesa Panadera’ of Nueva Valencia, bakes sample pastries and distributes them to her family and neighbours. One morning at the mango farm, Billy sees her childhood friend, Sputnik
(Khalil Ramos) doing side job as a farm grower. Sputnik impresses Billy with his accomplishment as a future lawyer and adds that he will leave Nueva Valencia in no time to pursue his big dreams. Billy pokes fun at Sputnik’s penchant for a type of bread called ‘putok’ but sadness covers her face upon realizing that people are really determined to bid Nueva Valencia goodbye. Rambo (Anthony Jennings) relays the townsmen’s belief that more opportunities can be found in the city.
Cassandra (Riva Quenery), Billy’s cousin, entertains a couple eyeing the Dimaguiba properties. This enflames Lolo Aga (Eddie Gutierrez) and Lola Iling (Vangie Labalan)’s anger, saying Cassandra doesn’t own the right to decide on such matters. The Dimaguiba patriarch then drives the buyers away. Billy tries to confront Cassandra. The latter insists that Nueva Valencia would soon become useless to all of them. And that Billy somewhat urged the other residents to leave as well when she went to Croatia to pursue bigger opportunities.
Later that night, Billy prepares a few pieces of pudding she names as ‘pan de tsalap’. Loneliness would knock at her heart at times as she suddenly recalls Gabo’s memories, especially the moment when they both made pudding for their friends in Croatia. Billy copies Gabo’s baking style of pouring a small amount of wine over the mixture in order to create a more savory taste.
The family members test her sample products and everyone is delighted and impressed. Tony (Herbert Bautista) opens up on the cons of putting up the bakery again such as finances and lack of customers around their small village. To clear up her father’s worries, Billy plans to bring their products outside Nueva Valencia.
Cassandra tries to belittle Billy’s suggestions but none of their family members would want to cancel their support for the latter. The Dimaguibas look forward to bringing the old bakery back to life.