10 EASY FILIPINO DESSERT YOU CAN MAKE FOR NOCHE BUENA
Christmas is always my favorite holiday. Aside from receiving gifts and giving them, I love that Christmas Eve gave me an excuse to eat desserts late at night while hanging out with family and friends and opening presents.
We usually spend Christmas day sleeping in because we up ‘til wee hour on Christmas eve attending Christmas mass at 11 PM on the 24th and ring the Christmas bells at midnight. After mass, we go home and celebrate Christmas with prepared food,usually dessert and open gifts and hang out until we drop. We call this celebration Noche Buena which means good night.
Below is a collection of 10 EASY FILIPINO DESSERT YOU CAN MAKE FOR YOUR NOCHE BUENA. These desserts are often served and enjoyed during the Christmas feast, and they are really simple to make.
This Ensaymada recipe is no-fail and easy to follow. It will be 12 pieces of fluffy bread and it is perfect for a Filipino party or occasion you may have. Double the recipe to make more and share with everybody.
If you are a Filipino somewhere in any part of the world, you may have been looking for a Suman Recipe in the net that can actually result in a Suman that tastes like Suman. Today, I am sharing with you this Suman recipe that you will surely like and tastes exactly the same as the one we usually get in the Philippines. So get excited and do your happy dance because finally, you will succeed in making Suman.
Puto Cheese is a simple Filipino snack that is made of egg whites, milk, and sugar. I make this when I make Leche Flan use the egg whites.
How to Make Puto Flan. Use your eggs and not waste them. Make this using the egg yolks and egg whites in this easy recipe.
This Leche Flan recipe will yield a no bubble and creamy Leche Flan. It is just made of 3 ingredients and it is ready in 40 minutes. You will be surprised how easy to make this.
SUMAN MURON RECIPE PLUS STEP BY STEP VIDEO. Hello, guys! Finally, I can confidently share this Muron recipe with you. I have tried making this Muron several times and I was just not able to perfect it and duplicate the Muron taste which I can remember when I was just in the Philippines; so now that I nailed it, I am just too excited to share this Muron recipe with you all.
Indulge in this super simple to make this FILIPINO VERSION of rice cake -Special Bibingka. Made with easy-to-access ingredients like Glutinous rice flour, All-purpose flour, and coconut milk, you can make this Special Bibingka in a whim.
Minimum stir, 3- ingredients, and may I add: easy, creamy, and simple … because this Maja Blanca is what it is.
This Window Cathedral dessert will remind you of home. The creaminess, the jiggly sweetness, and the colorful jelly bring back memories of laughter, Noche Buena, and the hardcore partying-Filipino style.