10 Filipino Desserts to enjoy these holidays.
10 Filipino Desserts to enjoy these holidays. These popular and traditional Filipino dessert is easy to make and delicious.
10 Filipino Desserts To Enjoy These Holidays
Commonly served at Fiestas, holidays and special occasions. It is a coconut pudding that is basically a combination of coconut milk, milk, cornstarch, and sweetener. What I like best about it is the texture; soft and light.
Puto bumbong makes Christmas season complete! So try how to make this native delicacy here!
Buko Salad or sweet young coconut salad is a dessert dish that makes use of shredded young coconut as the main ingredient. This delicious dessert recipe is a mainstay in every special occasion in the Philippines; it is often served as dessert in town fiestas and birthday parties.
Cassava Yema Balls
This Pinoy sweet is great for snacks or dessert!
A Combination of Cassava cake and a leche flan. This amazing cassava cake comes with a creamy custard topping so you get the best of both worlds in every bite!
Biko (Sweet Rice Cake)
Biko is a sticky rice cake made from glutinous rice flour, brown sugar, and coconut milk. They say that having it in the table is lucky because it keeps the family together and attracts fortune. I say, its delicious and worthy to be a center piece.
Sapin-Sapin is a Filipino multi-colored (and flavored) layered sticky rice cake. It’s traditionally made of galapong (sticky rice dough) mixed with coconut milk and sugar.
Cathedral Window Gelatin is show-stopping dessert masterpiece perfect for the holidays. Soft, creamy and silky with colorful gelatin, it’s as amazing as it looks!
A no bake dessert which make this dessert most popular during summer time.
Moron ( moo-ron) is a Filipino dessert almost similar to that of Suman. Wrapped with banana leaves, it is pre cooked and steamed for the the mixture to stick together and for the banana leaf’s aroma to stick to the dough. While Suman ‘s ingredient is mainly made of sticky rice, Moron is made mainly of glutinous rice flour and rice flour. It has two layers, which is the Chocolate ( Moron’s darker spot ) and the Milk Flavor layer ( Moron’s white spot) . These layers are intertwined together blending each other’s taste.
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