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Blueberry Cake – cake topped with fresh blueberries and dusted with cinnamon and sugar.
Corn Ice Candy – how to make corn ice candy.
Pineapple Ice Candy – how to make pineapple ice candy.
Pinipig Crunch – pinipig or puff rice coated with caramelized sugar and nuts.
Pandan Jade – green gulaman made from thick coconut cream and flavored with pandan leaves.
Buko Ice Candy – how to make buko ice candy
Ice Candy Mocha Flavor – how to make mocha ice candy.
Tiramisu – another version of tiramisu with instant coffee, coffee liqueur, Marsala wine.
Carrot Pineapple Cake – a healthy carrot cake with crushed pineapple and walnuts.
Carrot Cake – A not too rich carrot cake and healthy dessert recipe that is easy to make.
Mango Jelly Bars – molded gelatin with a mixture of mango puree.
Cheese Apple Cake – apple cake with cheese and cinnamon.
Pili Nut Brittle – easy to make pili brittle bars for the sweet tooth.
Buco Lechees Gulaman – molded gelatin with sliced buko meat and lychees. Great for fiesta.
Angel Food Cake – angel food cake recipe with no egg yolks
Almond – Strawberry Slices – molded gelatin with a mixture of strawberries, and chopped almonds.
Coco Mango Royale – molded gelatin made from condensed milk, chopped coconut meat,mangoes and buko juice.
Yemas (Egg Candies) – traditional yema recipe made with condensed milk, egg yolks and sugar.
Tocino del Cielo – recipe of baked egg yolks with sugar. Simply a sweet delightful delicacy.
Baked Leche Flan – Baked leche flan made from carabao’s milk
Chilled Mango Cake – a no bake mango cake stuffed with broas.
Mango Tarts – tarts made from fresh mangoes.
Cassava Peanut Roll – a dessert made from cassava, malagkit,coconut milk, peanuts.
Potato Pastillas – another diversified way of making pastillas using potatoes.
Banana Macaroons – the usual macaroons made from dessicated coconut and mashed bananas.
Flan de Halo-Halo – a rich tasting custard blended with the traditional halo-halo mixture.
Squash Yema Balls (w/ picture) – traditional yema with boiled mashed squash, pinipig and nuts.
Brazo de la Reina – similar to brazo de mercedes cake roll made from egg white and egg yolk on the center with the addition of meringue.
Brazo de Mercedes ( Egg Meringue Roll )– cake roll made from egg white and egg yolk on the center. A popular dessert in the Philippines.
Peanut Butter-Raisin Cookies – a kind of choco chip cookies with chuncky peanut butter.
Orange Coconut Cookies – cookies combined with orange and lemon rind with shredded coconuts. Yum Yum!
Kalabasa(Squash) Cookies – cookies made from mashed squash combined with raisin and chopped nuts.
Squash Pastillas – pastillas made from evaporated milk, squash and sugar. Great for those who hate squash.
Baked Rice Custard – custard made from cooked rice, eggs, milk and raisins.
Saba Fritters – fried banana fritters with batter made from flour, eggs and milk.
Leche Flan – flan made out of eggs and milk with caramelized glazing on top..
Baked Custard – Recipe of baked custard made out of evaporated milk.
Cheese Puffs – Recipe of cheese puff made out of cheese, egg and bread crumbs.
Coffee-Time Cake – Recipe of Coffee-Time Cake with ripe bananas, cheese and nuts.
Rich Holiday Fruit Cake – Recipe of Rich Holiday Fruit Cake
Holiday Dessert – a simple holiday dessert made from cashew nuts, bread crumbs,eggs,raisins
Crumb Crust Fruit Dessert – Recipe of Crumb Crust Fruit Dessert made out of toasted bread crumbs and scoops of avocados and ice cream.
Nangka(Jackfruit) Pastillas – Creamy milk logs enhance with fresh jackfruit -Nangka Pastillas Recipe
Chewy Squash Pastillas (w/ picture) – great for those who hate squash.
Candied Sweet Potatoes – Candied Sweet Potatoes made of glazed sweet potatoes ( kamote) with melted brown sugar.
Choco Chip Banana Bars – banana bars made from ripe bananas, chocolate chips,egg, flour.
Bananas Foster – banana dessert garnished with shipped cream,caramel sauce,mint leaves,chopped nuts.
Spinach Flan – no sweet flan made from fresh milk,eggs,butter and of course, fresh spinach
Sticky Rice With Mangoes – mangoes with sticky rice, dessicated coconut,sesame seeds
Milk Gulaman (w/ picture) – this recipe will allow children to enjoy gulaman and healthy milk at the same
time. It also uses carrots pineapples and raisins to improve its vitamin content.
Squash Island – extra special leche flan that’s made with squash and DEL MONTE Fiesta Fruit Cocktail.
Gabi (Taro Root) Jam – Recipe of Gabi (Taro Root) Jam
Gateau Sans Rival – made form egg whites,egg yolks,cashew nuts,butter
Gulaman Tempter – a thirst quencher and delicious gulaman with orange juice.
Chocolate Pudding – Recipe of Chocolate Pudding- combination of milk and cocoa topped with grated buko.
Orange Pudding – a pudding made from flour and orange juice.
Bread Pudding with Cinnamon – Recipe of Bread Pudding with Cinnamon
Bread Pudding – Recipe of Bread Pudding
Fruit Gulaman – gelatin made from mixed fruits and coco cream.
Buko Sherbet With Nangka – Recipe of Buko Sherbet With Nangka , combination of grated buko, candied nangka and milk.
Buco-Pinipig Bars – Light buco caramel atop a flaky crust with pinipig crumble
Ginumis Salad – Pandan Jelly and toasted pinipig in creamy milk dressing
Tofu Cream Salad – Cubed Japanese tofu with macapuno, diced honeydew melon, cheddar cheese.
Mango Sago – Molded mango and sago dessert.
Banana Flan – Recipe of banana flan made out of condensed milk, graham crackers, bananas.
Buttery Peanut Brittle – Buttery Peanut Brittle made out of roasted pounded peanuts,butter,sugar.
Green Papaya Candy – Green Papaya Candy made from grated green papaya, coconut milk, sugar and calamansi juice.
Dessert Tropicale – a no bake dessert made from graham crackers, cream, pineapples, broas, gelatin,mango.
Durian Custard And Glazed Pili Nut Cake – easy to prepare exotic custard made from durian jam,glazed pili nuts, honey,sweet dough.
Sago Pudding With Cream Cheese And Mango Sauce – sago cooked in coconut cream combine with cream cheese sauce and topped with sliced fresh mangoes and toasted pinipig.
Flan De Naranja – egg yolk rich flan made from eggs, milk and sugar.
Milky Buchi – a milky buchi recipe made from galapong (glutinous ice flour),evaporated milk, langka, and sesame seed.
Cheesecake a la Durian (w/ picture) – easy to prepare exotic cheesecake topped with durian jam and graham crackers crust.
Boat Tart a la Durian – easy to prepare exotic boat tarts filled with durian jam.
Leche Flan Cake (w/ picture) – yellow chiffon cake topped with a favorite classic, creamy, golden leche flan
Note: The last part of a meal is usually the dessert. This may come in the form of fresh fruit (in season), cooked, baked, frozen, or cooked in syrup. The dessert may be heavy or light depending upon the number of dishes served during a meal. During fiestas and special occasions, we are inclined to serve more than three dishes. A heavy dinner made up of several dishes calls for a light dessert. A dessert is served to give that feeling of fullness. Even if one has eaten a heavy dinner, the feeling of fullness is not there unless a dessert is eaten.Fresh fruits are the best kind of desserts because of their vitamins and mineral contents. There are also cooked desserts like leche flan, custard, Jams, marmalade, and jellies. Cakes, pies, and other pastries are examples of baked desserts. While gelatin is considered of little food value because it contains little complete protein yet it is popularly used and combined with other foods that make it an interesting dessert the number of We Filipinos are good in preparing desserts cooked in sugar or syrup like sweet macapuno, garbanzos, nata and others. We have several recipes for dessert that call for skill in preparation in order to bring out the best in the materials being used.
In some cases, Filipino ingenuity have modified the preparation of some to suit one’s own taste. On the other hand, our experience in the cooking of some native desserts have also been tempered by foreigners who took a fancy on them. Some have high sounding names or given foreign titles or names but a closer scrutiny of the ingredients will show that they are very familiar with only a twist here or a turn there to make them somewhat different.
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