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Filipino deserts

Tagbilaran City, Central Visayas, Philippines
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No better way to cap off a meal of Filipino food than with Filipino desserts. For me, the most memorable one was halo-halo (winner for most interesting name for sure). Essentially it’s a bowl of milky shaved ice with a ton of other toppings all mixed together. From beans to nata de coco to sweet potato, halo-halo is reminiscent of faloodas in Sri Lanka, though with seemingly more ingredients. It makes for a very fun and colourful bowl.

Another favourite included the classic flan. The Filipino version – leche flan – is heavier, made out of condensed milk and egg yolk.
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by gefe57


I love the Ube ice cream. My wife is Filipino