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PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON

Halo-halo is a traditional Filipino shaved ice dessert that’s topped with a rainbow of delicious ingredients. The beauty of halo-halo is how easy it is to assemble. You’ll start by arranging the shaved ice in bowls or a tall glass, then go crazy with the toppings, from kaong (sugar palm fruit in syrup) to sweet chickpeas to ube ice cream. Keep the whole meal Filipinio-inspired and serve this after a meal of sinigang (a tamarind-spiked one-pot stew), pork adobo, or pancit bihon (noodles with pork).

This recipe is easily customizable. Our recommended toppings are kaong, sweet chickpeas, sweet red mung beans, nata de coco (coconut gel in syrup), ube halaya (sweet purple yam paste), ube ice cream, coconut pudding, and evaporated milk. When assembled, it’s a feast for the eyes. Other halo-halo toppings include jackfruit, sweetened saba bananas, and tapioca pearls. Though coconut pudding is a delicious option for topping, homemade flan will really take your halo-halo up a notch. 

The name translates to “mix-mix,” which is a reference to mixing the halo-halo right before you eat. Make it your own, customizing toppings how you like, then enjoy! 

P.S. It’s worth splurging on a shaved ice machine to enjoy halo-halo, since crushed ice won’t do the trick.

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Yields:

2


servings

Prep Time:

0

hours

10

mins

Total Time:

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15

mins

1/4
c.

kaong (sugar palm fruit in light syrup)

2


large or 2 small scoops ube ice cream

2


(2″) cubes coconut pudding or flan

Coconut flakes, for serving (optional)

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  1. In 2 serving bowls or tall, large glasses, cover bottoms with shaved ice.
  2. Top ice with chickpeas, mung beans, nata de coco, kaong, and ube halaya. Top with ube ice cream and coconut pudding, then pour milk over. Sprinkle with coconut flakes, if using.

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PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON

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