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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/

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/

Bibingka - Filipino Coconut Cake - my nick name from my parents is because of this cake!! ❤️

Bibingka – Filipino Coconut Cake

Bibingka - Filipino Coconut Cake - my nick name from my parents is because of this cake!! ❤️

Leche flan... so rich, you'll have clogged arteries just by looking at it  :  )

Filipino Leche Flan Recipe

Leche flan... so rich, you'll have clogged arteries just by looking at it : )

Biko... possibly my fave Filipino dessert..right up there with sapin sapin

Biko (Filipino Sweet Sticky Rice)

Biko... possibly my fave Filipino dessert..right up there with sapin sapin

Puto (Filipino Steamed Cake)

Puto (Filipino Steamed Cake)

Sapin Sapin!! Omg! I love this stuff! Filipino dessert right here! Yum!

Sapin Sapin!! Omg! I love this stuff! Filipino dessert right here! Yum!

Ube cake (or Filipino purple yam cake) is unlike any cake you’ve had before. It’s sweet and earthy and purple! A staple in any Filipino celebration.

Ube Cake (Filipino Purple Yam Cake)

Ube cake (or Filipino purple yam cake) is unlike any cake you’ve had before. It’s sweet and earthy and purple! A staple in any Filipino celebration.

Ensaymadas!! Filipino sweet buns topped with creamed butter and sugar. Soft, sweet, and delicious! Get the recipe at www.talshasfoodmemories.com

Ensaymadas!! Filipino sweet buns topped with creamed butter and sugar. Soft, sweet, and delicious! Get the recipe at www.talshasfoodmemories.com

Sweet and satisfying halo-halo, a beloved traditional dessert from the Philippines, is easy to make and is sure to make your day!

Sweet and satisfying halo-halo, a beloved traditional dessert from the Philippines, is easy to make and is sure to make your day!

Custard Coconut Mochi. Now that I've made a lot of mochi recipes, I prefer those that use coconut and evaporated milk instead of fresh for a better, richer flavor and truer mochi texture. Those made with whole milk are too cakey for me. And not as custardy. But to each his own. This recipe is the tested best so far. Also use real vanilla beans and coconut extract.

Custard Coconut Mochi. Now that I've made a lot of mochi recipes, I prefer those that use coconut and evaporated milk instead of fresh for a better, richer flavor and truer mochi texture. Those made with whole milk are too cakey for me. And not as custardy. But to each his own. This recipe is the tested best so far. Also use real vanilla beans and coconut extract.

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