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!

You could really go for an ice-cold halo halo right now. | 34 Signs You Grew Up Filipino

You could really go for an ice-cold halo halo right now. | 34 Signs You Grew Up Filipino

Halo Halo the heavenly Asian-Style Peaches and Cream - Get it at Jollibee in Los Angeles

Halo Halo the heavenly Asian-Style Peaches and Cream - Get it at Jollibee in Los Angeles

The Anatomy of the Halo-halo

The Anatomy of the Halo-halo

Halo Halo recipe  Ingredients        1/4 cup small pearl tapioca      1 cup berries      Crushed ice      1/4 cup condensed milk      1/2 cup coconut milk    Directions        Simmer tapioca in 1 qt. boiling water until almost translucent, 10 minutes. Let stand off heat 5 minutes. Drain and rinse. Divide berries and tapioca between 2 tall glasses; fill with crushed ice. Pour in both milks.

Halo Halo recipe Ingredients 1/4 cup small pearl tapioca 1 cup berries Crushed ice 1/4 cup condensed milk 1/2 cup coconut milk Directions Simmer tapioca in 1 qt. boiling water until almost translucent, 10 minutes. Let stand off heat 5 minutes. Drain and rinse. Divide berries and tapioca between 2 tall glasses; fill with crushed ice. Pour in both milks.

10 Most Delicious Filipino Desserts

10 Most Delicious Filipino Desserts

Filipino Food: Halo-halo

Filipino Food: Halo-halo

This week's comic is a gorgeously graphic take on the frozen Filipino treat halo halo, from Toronto-based art-comic creator Michael Deforge.

This week's comic is a gorgeously graphic take on the frozen Filipino treat halo halo, from Toronto-based art-comic creator Michael Deforge.

Filipino Dessert. 'went to school cafeteria during lunch and asked for halo-halo, and they said they don't serve it anymore bec it's raining season already. Awww!! But it's stil hot!! | Halo-Halo

Filipino Dessert. 'went to school cafeteria during lunch and asked for halo-halo, and they said they don't serve it anymore bec it's raining season already. Awww!! But it's stil hot!! | Halo-Halo

halo-halo (fondly translated as mix-mix in English) is a popular Filipino dessert to chase the summer heat away. try doing it..recipe and visuals are presented.

halo-halo (fondly translated as mix-mix in English) is a popular Filipino dessert to chase the summer heat away. try doing it..recipe and visuals are presented.

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