Karioka (Filipino Deep-Fried Coconut Rice Balls with Brown Sugar Glaze). alternate here: http://voices.yahoo.com/carioca-filipino-dessert-favorite-7239102.html?cat=22 or here: http://angsarap.net/2011/10/25/karioka/
Finally found the recipe - the most delicious Filipino dessert - Frozen Brazo de Mercedes!
Sapin Sapin!! Omg! I love this stuff! Filipino dessert right here! Yum!
Biko... possibly my fave Filipino dessert..right up there with sapin sapin
Leche flan... so rich, you'll have clogged arteries just by looking at it : )
How to make Ginataang Bilo Bilo (Sticky Rice Balls in Coconut MIlk) #Dessert #Pinoy #ThirdWorldKitchen
Get this easy recipe for Pichi Pichi. A Filipino dessert made from cassava, sugar and water. Steamed and coated in grated coconut.| www.foxyfolksy.com
Leche Puto is a Filipino dessert combining two favorites (leche flan and puto) into one delectable treat
Bibingka - Filipino Coconut Cake - my nick name from my parents is because of this cake!! ❤️
Easy to Make Ube Crinkles Recipe - Bake Happy. Next time I need to use more icing sugar and make smaller cookies.
Filipino Sponge Cake. (American sponge cake is because its a little more sweeter and buttery.) Mamon is a very soft and creamy cake.
Easy No-bake Filipino Desserts perfect for Christmas and New year
Ensaymadas!! Filipino sweet buns topped with creamed butter and sugar. Soft, sweet, and delicious! Get the recipe at www.talshasfoodmemories.com
NO BAKING required for this fruity-licious chilled dessert. Juicy mangoes float on mango-flavored cream then garnished with red cherries. Super yum No Bake Mango Float! Perfect dessert to welcome the New Year! | manilaspoon.com
Salad Drink - - Filipino Dessert
Best paired with Dinuguan, Sopas, Lugaw or Pancit to name a few.
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BEST Filipino Buko Pandan Recipe - Filipino Dessert
Taho, basically a Filipino breakfast drink with tofu.
Banana Lumpia (spring roll) with Coconut Caramel Sauce. A twist on a classic Filipino dessert. Traditionally made with plantains and jackfruit and glazed with maple butter.
How to make taho, a favorite childhood treat of silken tofu with sago pearls and brown sugar syrup. Yum! #taho #FilipinoSnacks
Pandesal (Filipino Bread Rolls) | the little epicurean