Round-Up Filipino Desserts – Homemade Straight from Philippines

Round-Up Filipino Desserts – Homemade Straight from Philippines

Desserts, who don’t want desserts? Women, men, boys, girls, Adults kids who don’t want it? In the Philippines, we love desserts, lots and lots of desserts. We Filipinos have traditional desserts, local and international desserts and all of it taste so good, you can’t resist it, it makes me feel fat but still don’t care and Ate everything in my plate. Don’t be confused about our snack and dessert cause we Filipinos sometimes our dessert can be a snack and our snack can be a dessert. 

Today I’m going to give you my Round-Up Filipino Deserts, try this at home I’m sure you will love this.

 

Espasol – A Filipino Signature Dish!

Espasol dish was one of my favorite food here in the Philippines because it tastes so good and it is delicious and yummy. An old and authentic traditional Filipino recipe.

 

Espasol – A Filipino Signature Dish!

Panutsa (Peanut Brittle) Recipe!!!

I really like this recipe, this food I always bought for my mother when I visited her in Zamboanga so I decided to bring it home and make a homemade one, thank God My Mom loves it so much.

Panutsa (Peanut Brittle) Recipe!!!

Crema de Fruta Filipino Style Recipe!

This recipe is delightful, I like the texture is thick and taste amazing.

Crema de Fruta Filipino Style Recipe!

Ice Candy – Different Flavors Recipe!!!

I really like ice candy because its freezing cold and is awesome for the summer season.

 

Ice Candy – Different Flavors Recipe!!!

Sampalok Candy (Tamarind Candy) Recipe!

Ohw it tastes sour and good. I love this!

Sampalok Candy (Tamarind Candy) Recipe!

Shakoy (Twisted Fried Donuts) Recipe!!!

This is a sweet twisted sugar doughnuts Filpino native awesome style.

 

 

Shakoy (Twisted Fried Donuts) Recipe!!!

Polvoron Filipino Recipe!!!

This yummy treat just made of simple ingredients like powder milk, made of milk, flour, sugar, and nuts especially almonds.

Polvoron Filipino Recipe!!!

 

Yema Filipino Recipe!!!

Yema is a sticky milk round-shaped, it tastes sweet and creamy.

Yema Filipino Recipe!!!

Barquillos – Filipino Rolled Cookies

These are Filipino crunchy rolled sticks which can simply be eaten as snacks or desserts.

Barquillos – Filipino Rolled Cookies

Tupig Filipino Recipe!!!

Its a Yummy Filpino recipe made from sticky rice, I like this recipe because of its sweetness but balance and not too much.

Tupig Filipino Recipe!!!

Homemade Hopia Mongo Filling Recipe!!!

Hopia is a popular Filipino pastry filled with bean paste, you should try this at home, its perfect for a delightful dessert.

Homemade Hopia Mongo Filling Recipe!!!

Sans Rival Cake Filipino style Recipe!!!

it’s A very yummy layered dessert. HEAVEN!!!

Sans Rival Cake Filipino style Recipe!!!

Homemade Taho (Soy Pudding) Filipino Recipe!!!

This is a sweet comfort food, I really love it!

Homemade Taho (Soy Pudding) Filipino Recipe!!!

Macaroni Salad (Filipino Style) Recipe!!!

Macaroni salad is my favorite recipe, especially when Christmas time my mother always make it for serving. I really love it!

Macaroni Salad (Filipino Style) Recipe!!!

Kesong Puti (Filipino White Cheese) Recipe!!!

White cheese is yummy, my grandma usually serve this on my birthday!

Kesong Puti (Filipino White Cheese) Recipe!!!

Lumpiang Sariwa (Fresh Spring Rolls) Recipe

For all lumpia I tasted, lumpiang sariwa is on of the best food for me, this recipe is making my blood alive!

Lumpiang Sariwa (Fresh Spring Rolls) Recipe

Suman Malagkit (Sticky Rice Roll in Banana Leaves) Recipe!!!

I like sticky rice roll in banana leaves, it smells good and tastes amazing. You got to taste this!

Suman Malagkit (Sticky Rice Roll in Banana Leaves) Recipe!!!

Kamote Turon – Lumpiang Kamote (Sweet Potato Roll) Recipe

I made this almost everyday in my house, my friends and I liked it, its crunchy sweet and flavorful, love it!

Kamote Turon – Lumpiang Kamote (Sweet Potato Roll) Recipe

Cascaron – Bitsu-Bitsu (Dough Balls) Recipe

what i love to this dish is that it taste so light, simple but it can make you feel satisfied.

Cascaron – Bitsu-Bitsu (Dough Balls) Recipe

Buko Pie – Filipino Coconut Pie

This Filipino dessert recipe is amazing! A single bite for me is HEAVEN!

Buko Pie – Filipino Coconut Pie

Kutsinta (Brown Rice Cake) Recipe!!!

What i really like to this rice cake is it has a very soft and smooth texture and a little bit of sweetness, i can eat all of it for 1 hour!

Kutsinta (Brown Rice Cake) Recipe!!!

Maja Blanca (Coconut Pudding ) Filipino Recipe

Maja Blanca is so soft, and this is one of my favorite dessert snack, i really love the combination of the sweetcorn and the coconut milk.

Maja Blanca (Coconut Pudding ) Filipino Recipe

Palitaw – Coconut & Sesame Seed Topped Sticky Rice Dumplings

Oh, i don’t know what to say for this recipe, this is “HEAVEN”!!!!

Palitaw – Coconut & Sesame Seed Topped Sticky Rice Dumplings

Biko (Sweet Rice Cake) Treat!!!

This is one of the native Filipino Desserts that you should try when you come in the Philippines, this is a sweet balance treat.

Biko (Sweet Rice Cake) Treat!!!

Banana Que – Fried Banana Skewers

Banana is my favorite street food. It smells and  tastes so Good!

Banana Que – Fried Banana Skewers

Bananas in Syrup – Minatamis na Sabang Saging

It tastes sweet and I like the softness when i eat it.

Bananas in Syrup – Minatamis na Sabang Saging

 

Mais con Yelo – Refreshing Filipino Snack

Ok this Filipino refreshing dessert snack is super duper YUMMY and very easy to prepare!

Mais con Yelo – Refreshing Filipino Snack

“Halo-Halo ” Filipino Iced Mixed Fruit Dessert

This is my all time Afternoon dessert, its freezing cold and it taste supper COOL!!!

“Halo-Halo ” Filipino Iced Mixed Fruit Dessert

Halayang Ube (Purple Yam Jam) Recipe!!!

I love this recipe! Its sweet, smells super good and fluffy.

Halayang Ube (Purple Yam Jam) Recipe!!!

Banana Lumpia – Turon Recipe!!!

Have you thought about making a sugar-free version of this? It’s also taste good!

 

Banana Lumpia – Turon Recipe!!!

Puto Cheese (Steamed Rice Cake with Cheese)

Bit size, fluffy, smooth cheezy rice cake is HEAVEN SENT!

Puto Cheese (Steamed Rice Cake with Cheese)

AND LAST BUT NOT THE LEAST:

 

Cassava Cake – Filipino Style Dessert

This is a very tasty flavourful native Filipino Desserts that every Filippino loves, it has a lot of variations, styles and techniques and all of them taste super duper GOODY FROM HEAVEN SENT!

Cassava Cake – Filipino Style Dessert

Cassava Cake – Filipino Style Dessert


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Panutsa (Peanut Brittle) Recipe!!!

Panutsa (Peanut Brittle) Recipe!!!

Panutsa, or also called as “Peanut Brittle” in English Dialect, is a delicacy that is a favorite in the Batangas region of Philippines. It is usually sold in stalls around Batangas and in buses for inbound or outbound trips to the province.

Panusta is very easy to prepare and to cook, even a 5 year old child can cook it. With its very simple ingredients and procedures, you will never imagine that this is a very mouth-watering treat for your family and friends.

This is my version of Panutsa (Peanut Brittle) Recipe, Enjoy!

 

Ingredients:

1 cup peanuts, pealed

1 tsp. baking soda

2 tbsp. butter, softened

½ cup corn syrup

1 cup granulated white sugar

¼ cup water

¼ tsp. salt

 

Directions:

Grease a baking tray/cookie sheet then set aside.

Heat a saucepan over medium heat, then put-in corn syrup, sugar, water, and salt then stir and bring to a boil. Add peanuts and stir.

Measure the temperature until it reaches 290 degrees Fahrenheit using a candy thermometer, lower down the heat to avoid the sugar and peanuts from being burnt.

Turn-off heat and  put-in the butter and baking soda and stir thoroughly.

Pour the mixture on the greased baking tray then arrange then allow the mixture to completely cool.

Remove the mixture from the tray and cut into desired sizes.

Serve,

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  1. Grease a baking tray/cookie sheet then set aside.
  2. Heat a saucepan over medium heat, then put-in corn syrup, sugar, water, and salt then stir and bring to a boil. Add peanuts and stir.
  3. Measure the temperature until it reaches 290 degrees Fahrenheit using a candy thermometer, lower down the heat to avoid the sugar and peanuts from being burnt.
  4. Turn-off heat and put-in the butter and baking soda and stir thoroughly.
  5. Pour the mixture on the greased baking tray then arrange then allow the mixture to completely cool.
  6. Remove the mixture from the tray and cut into desired sizes.
  7. Serve,
  8. Share and enjoy!
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Mango Sago Desert Recipe!!!

Mango Sago Desert Recipe!!!

Mango Sago Desert is one of my favourite mango desserts that is very easy to prepare and to cook. This is Chinese dessert is perfect for hot sunny day. It’s light and refreshing. Mango Sago is made with mangoes, tapioca pearls and milk. Sweet, tangy and creamy, it’s a summer dessert you’d want all year long.

This desert recipe is very easy, even our kids knew how to prepare and cook it. You can add ice to make a chilly dessert perfect for this warm weather.

This is my version of Mango Sago Desert Recipe! I hope you like it. Enjoy!

 

Ingredients:

2-3 pcs. sweet ripe mangoes, peel and cut into cubes

3-4 tbsp. tapioca pearls “sago”, soaked in water for 3 hours

200 ml. mango juice

125 ml. evaporated milk

50 ml. water

3 tbsp. sugar

 

Directions:

For the Tapioca Pearls Procedure:

Boil water on medium heat in a pot then add tapioca pearls then cook for 15 minutes.

Stir constantly and make sure they don’t stick together. It should turn clear when your pearls are cooked.

Drain the pearls and transfer to a bowl of cold water and set as side for a while.

For Final Procedure:

Blend the half of mango cubes, milk, sugar, mango juice and water.

Transfer to a bowl and add the remaining mango cubes and tapioca pearls and stir until well blended.

Refrigerate before for about 2-4 hours before serving.

Serve while it’s chilling cold.

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For the Tapioca Pearls Procedure:
  1. Boil water on medium heat in a pot then add tapioca pearls then cook for 15 minutes.
  2. Stir constantly and make sure they don’t stick together. It should turn clear when your pearls are cooked.
  3. Drain the pearls and transfer to a bowl of cold water and set as side for a while.
For Final Procedure:
  1. Blend the half of mango cubes, milk, sugar, mango juice and water.
  2. Transfer to a bowl and add the remaining mango cubes and tapioca pearls and stir until well blended.
  3. Refrigerate before for about 2-4 hours before serving.
  4. Serve while it’s chilling cold.
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You can add ice to make a chilly dessert perfect for this warm weather.

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Crema de Fruta Filipino Style Recipe!

Crema de Fruta Filipino Style Recipe!

Crema de Fruta is another popular Filipino dessert that usually consists of sponge cake topped in succeeding layers of custard cream, fruits and gelatine. This dessert is usually served during Holidays like Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Festival, Birthdays and Etc.

It’s a delicious recipe that leaves no leftovers during celebrations and still makes your crave for more and more. Today I will give you my version of Crema de Fruta Filipino Style Recipe. Enjoy!

 

Ingredients:

1 large can fruit cocktail, 30 ++ ounces

2 tbsp. unflavored gelatin

4 cups milk

8 pcs. egg yolks

1 tsp. baking powder

⅓ cup butter

1½ cup flour

1½ tsp. vanilla extract

1¾ cups sugar

2¼ cups water

 

Directions:

Sponge Cake Procedure:

Sift the baking powder and 1 cup flour using a flour sifter. Set aside

Add the 4 egg yolks in a mixing bowl and then beat until the texture becomes thick.

Add-in ½ cup sugar gradually while beating the eggs.

Slowly add the sifted flour and baking powder mixture then mix the ingredients thoroughly.

Combine the 1 cup milk, butter, and vanilla extract in a pan and cook until butter melts.

Pour the cooked mixture milk, butter, vanilla extract into the mixing bowl and mix with the existing concoction until evenly distributed.

Preheat the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Pour the combined mixtures in a baking pan then bake for 23 minutes or until sponge cake is ready.

Set aside.

Syrup Procedure:

Heat a saucepan and placing ¼ cup sugar.

Add ¼ cup of water immediately and cook until the sugar completely dissolves then let cool for a few minutes.

Pour the simple syrup on top of the sponge cake and then spread using a brush.

Custard Procedure:

Combine ½ cup flour, 1 cup sugar, and 3 cups milk in a pan then cook while stirring until the mixture thickens.

Add half of the cooked mixture on the bowl where the 4 egg yolks are placed, then mix well.

Put everything back in the saucepan with the rest of the ingredients.

Mix until texture is thick enough “this is now the custard”.

Apply the layer of custard evenly on top of the Sponge cake.

Final Procedure:

Drain the liquid concentrate from the fruit cocktail and set aside.

Arrange all the fruits on top of the custard layer.

Make sure to place them evenly.

Dilute the gelatin in 2 cups of water.

Heat the saucepan then pour the diluted gelatin and fruit cocktail concentrate and bring to a boil.

Immediately after boiling, turn off the heat, let cool down until temperature is a little above normal for a room temperature.

Pour the gelatin mixture on top of the fruit cocktail layer.

Refrigerate overnight.

Serve for dessert,

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Cook Time Passive Time
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Cook Time Passive Time
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Instructions
Sponge Cake Procedure:
  1. Sift the baking powder and 1 cup flour using a flour sifter. Set aside
  2. Add the 4 egg yolks in a mixing bowl and then beat until the texture becomes thick.
  3. Add-in ½ cup sugar gradually while beating the eggs.
  4. Slowly add the sifted flour and baking powder mixture then mix the ingredients thoroughly.
  5. Combine the 1 cup milk, butter, and vanilla extract in a pan and cook until butter melts.
  6. Pour the cooked mixture milk, butter, vanilla extract into the mixing bowl and mix with the existing concoction until evenly distributed.
  7. Preheat the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  8. Pour the combined mixtures in a baking pan then bake for 23 minutes or until sponge cake is ready.
  9. Set aside.
Syrup Procedure:
  1. Heat a saucepan and placing ¼ cup sugar.
  2. Add ¼ cup of water immediately and cook until the sugar completely dissolves then let cool for a few minutes.
  3. Pour the simple syrup on top of the sponge cake and then spread using a brush.
Custard Procedure:
  1. Combine ½ cup flour, 1 cup sugar, and 3 cups milk in a pan then cook while stirring until the mixture thickens.
  2. Add half of the cooked mixture on the bowl where the 4 egg yolks are placed, then mix well.
  3. Put everything back in the saucepan with the rest of the ingredients.
  4. Mix until texture is thick enough “this is now the custard”.
  5. Apply the layer of custard evenly on top of the Sponge cake.
Final Procedure:
  1. Drain the liquid concentrate from the fruit cocktail and set aside.
  2. Arrange all the fruits on top of the custard layer.
  3. Make sure to place them evenly.
  4. Dilute the gelatin in 2 cups of water.
  5. Heat the saucepan then pour the diluted gelatin and fruit cocktail concentrate and bring to a boil.
  6. Immediately after boiling, turn off the heat, let cool down until temperature is a little above normal for a room temperature.
  7. Pour the gelatin mixture on top of the fruit cocktail layer
  8. Refrigerate overnight.
  9. Serve for dessert,
  10. Share and Enjoy!
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Sampalok Candy (Tamarind Candy) Recipe!

Sampalok Candy (Tamarind Candy) Recipe!

Tamarind or Sampalok in Filipino dialect is widely used ingredient in South East Asian countries like Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and including Philippines.  Mostly used for making soups and sauces. The sweet, sour and fruity taste gives a unique flavor in dishes like for example our famous Filipino signature dish “Sinigang”. This ingredient can also be used in drinks and sweets like.

This recipe is simple and very easy to prepare. It’s a simple concoction of tamarind and sugar rolled into balls. Today, I will give me my version of Sampalok Candy (Tamarind Candy) Recipe. Enjoy!

 

Ingredients:

1 cup tamarind pulp

400g sweet potato, boiled

1-2 tbsp. chilli flakes (optional)

3 cups sugar

2 cups water

1/4 tsp. salt or salt to taste

 

Directions:

Mix all ingredients together in a pan over medium heat except salt and cook until the mixture becomes thick and can hold its shape when formed into balls.

Set aside for a while to cool down the mixture.

In a plate, mix sugar and a little bit of salt.

And form the mixture into small balls and roll it into the sugar salt mixture.

Serve,

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  1. Mix all ingredients together in a pan over medium heat except salt and cook until the mixture becomes thick and can hold its shape when formed into balls.
  2. Set aside for a while to cool down the mixture.
  3. In a plate, mix sugar and a little bit of salt.
  4. And form the mixture into small balls and roll it into the sugar salt mixture.
  5. Serve,
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Shakoy (Twisted Fried Donuts) Recipe!!!

Shakoy (Twisted Fried Donuts) Recipe!!!

Twisted Fried Donuts “Shakoy” is a Filipino all-time favourite snack “meryenda” and it is very popular with its native version of twisted sugar doughnuts. You can buy and find this everywhere in all edges here in Philippines, local markets and even in street vendors.

I remember how I love Shakoy when I was just a kid, I force my grandmother (Lola) to cooked it every day for an afternoon snack. Now that I’m old enough to know the procedures and how to cook, now, my Lola always wants me to cook Shakoy everyday. This dish is very easy to cook and to prepare the only delaying part is when you wait for the dough to rise up because it takes time.

This is my version of Shakoy (Twisted Fried Donuts) Recipe. Enjoy!

 

Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups all purpose flour (add a little extra for dusting)

1/4 cup white sugar

1/2 tsp. salt

3/4 tbsp. yeast

1-2 cups cooking oil, for frying

1/2 cup water

Directions:

Sift all purpose flour, add salt and yeast then mix very well Using a large bowl.

Make a well in the middle and pour the water then mix until forms dough.

Sprinkle flour and knead the dough until it becomes smooth and form a ball.

In case the dough is still too sticky, add a little flour, then knead more until you get to the right consistency.

Get a clean bowl, grease with oil and place the dough on it and cover with clean cloth and let it rest for 1 at least an hour or so. (These process will double the size of the dough.

After an hour when the dough rises, punch down and knead, cut in your desired sizes.

Roll the dough into a long stick and from a twist.

Place the twisted dough on a tray and cover with a clean cloth and let it rest for 1 hour to rise.

In a large frying pan, heat cooking oil over medium heat.

Drop the twisted dough in batches and fry until color turns golden brown.

Remove from the pan and drain on paper towels, drop in a bowl of sugar and roll.

Coat Shakoy evenly and shake off the excess white sugar.

Serve while it’s hot with cold or hot drinks,

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  1. Sift all purpose flour, add salt and yeast then mix very well Using a large bowl.
  2. Make a well in the middle and pour the water then mix until forms dough.
  3. Sprinkle flour and knead the dough until it becomes smooth and form a ball.
  4. In case the dough is still too sticky, add a little flour, then knead more until you get to the right consistency.
  5. Get a clean bowl, grease with oil and place the dough on it and cover with clean cloth and let it rest for 1 at least an hour or so. (These process will double the size of the dough.
  6. After an hour when the dough rises, punch down and knead, cut in your desired sizes.
  7. Roll the dough into a long stick and from a twist.
  8. Place the twisted dough on a tray and cover with a clean cloth and let it rest for 1 hour to rise.
  9. In a large frying pan, heat cooking oil over medium heat.
  10. Drop the twisted dough in batches and fry until color turns golden brown.
  11. Remove from the pan and drain on paper towels, drop in a bowl of sugar and roll.
  12. Coat Shakoy evenly and shake off the excess white sugar.
  13. Serve while it’s hot with cold or hot drinks,
  14. Share and Enjoy!!!
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