FILIPINO Desserts, Snacks and Sweets. Leche Puto is a Filipino dessert combining two favorites (leche flan and puto) into one delectable treat
lecheflan a filipino dessert. Egg yolks, condense milk, evaporated milk then steam/baked, w/ melted brown sugar poured on top
The Ivory Hut: Biko (Filipino Sweet Sticky Rice)
Bibingka - Filipino Coconut Cake, not healthy but a fun ethnic dessert. use c coconut oil, 1 c. sugar, c. coconut flour, and try sweet rice flour i.e/ glutinous rice flour
Pichi pichi is a Filipino dessert made basically from cassava, water and sugar. It is steamed and becomes glutinous and then coated with grated coconut.
Puto (Filipino Steamed Cake) This took a little bit more time to put together. Tasted really good but very delicate. It stuck to my silicone molds. Will stick with my regular recipe.
Brazo de Mercedes is a delicious Filipino dessert that is made of soft, pillowy meringue with rich custard filling rolled into a log, jelly roll fashion.
you may have been looking for a Suman Recipe in the net that can actually result to a Suman that tastes like Suman.
Spanish bread is a popular 'merienda' in the Philippines with a sweet buttery filling! Try this delicious Filipino Spanish bread for your afternoon snack.
(American sponge cake is because its a little more sweeter and buttery.) Mamon is a very soft and creamy cake.
There are so many Filipino desserts and I love eating just about all of them. In this post, I share my top 10 favorite Filipino desserts that I have made.
Try this Taho recipe (Soft tofu with syrup and tapioca pearls) and learn how to make Taho at home easily. This method uses Epsom salt and instant soy milk.
Cassava Cake Yummm, Can't wait to try this recipe :)