Blog Archives for category Filipino Dessert Recipe


What is Atis? (Sugar Apple)

“An apple never falls far from the tree.” While parenthood may disburse an eternal joy, gratification and personal growth, it… Continue reading »


Pinoy Macaroons (Coconut Macaroons)

“Carry your childhood with you and you’ll never get older.” I grew up with three siblings.  We were different and… Continue reading »


Cassava Suman

I love dessert.  And who doesn’t anyway? In fact, It’s my favorite part of the meal and even so the… Continue reading »


Suman (Filipino Rice Dessert)

I really do not consider myself a hardcore nationalistic but when it comes to dessert I must admit I am… Continue reading »


Avocado Milk Shake

It is always a big surprise for my foreign friends to learn that in Philippines Avocados are eaten primarily as… Continue reading »

Mango Sago

Submitted by Muriel Justado Ingredients: * 2 ripe mangos * 1 cup of sago * Angel Kremdensada (all-purpose cream and… Continue reading »



Yema are custard candies we inherited from our Spanish colonizers of more than 300 years.  Have you ever wondered how… Continue reading »

Ice Candy

When summer comes I remember those childhood days that I would hurriedly collect coins from my parents cabinet to buy… Continue reading »

Refrigerator Chocolate Cake

Cooking shows are always a hit for Filipinos. Not only because we love eating and cooking. But also because we… Continue reading »

Fruit Salad

When summer comes fresh fruits are in season! Nothing beats a great day filled with a healthy delicious snack or… Continue reading »

Pinoy Donut (Bitso bitso)

This is definitely one of my favorite miryenda perfect with very cold softdrink. Our neighbor makes the best bitso bitso… Continue reading »

Chocolate Mousse

Choco Mousse

One of my favorite dessert. So easy to make, all you need is just a good bar of chocolate! Have… Continue reading »


Delicious when hot! Try this refreshing new twist I added up on this all time favorite filipino afternoon miryenda. Ingredients:… Continue reading »


Ginataang Halo-halo

During  summer vacations in  our family, next to Champorado, Ginataang Halo-Halo is our favorite afternoon snack.   This is a… Continue reading »



I have foreign friends who consistently ask me about the difference between a banana-cue and a turon. Although both dessert… Continue reading »



No fiesta in our family passes by without this delicious filipino kakanin dessert.  For the newbies of this Filipino dessert… Continue reading »



Philippines is truly a banana republic.  And why is this so?  Well because of tons of banana varieties we can… Continue reading »

Mango Ginumis

Philippines is highly known for their mangoes. They are sweet and golden. Perfectly eaten fresh or we can make them… Continue reading »

Banana Cake

Growing up in Banana Republic, we all have our childhood memories of banana eating.  From Banana que to banana con… Continue reading »

Kababayan Recipe

This is my own version of Kababayan a filipino style muffins. Ingredients: 3 eggs 250 g of all flour 200… Continue reading »


This is originally a Majorcan brioche, a giant rolled brioche that’s totally filipinized to our palate. With butter, sugar and… Continue reading »

Pineapple Jam

This is perfect with pandesal and hot coffee in the morning or spread over on your hot pancakes. Ingredients: 1… Continue reading »

Sans Rival

Without rival!! Is it French dessert or not? Definitely not. Sans rival may have a french name but this gorgeous… Continue reading »


However you write it….this a great afternoon snack. For the brioche 4 cups all- purpose flour 4 eggs, beaten 2… Continue reading »