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Classic Filipino Halo-Halo Ice Recipe

Experience the vibrant flavors of the Philippines with Halo-Halo, a refreshing and colorful dessert perfect for summer. Using ingredients from, you can easily recreate this delightful treat at home.

  • Ingredients:
  • Base Ingredients:
  • 1 cup shaved or crushed ice
  • 1 can (400g) Sweet Red Beans from SN Food
  • 1 can (400g) Chickpeas in syrup from SN Food
  • 1 jar (340g) Sweetened Jackfruit Strips from SN Food
  • 1 jar (340g) Macapuno Strings (Coconut Sport) from SN Food
  • 1 jar (340g) Nata de Coco (Coconut Gel) from SN Food
  • 1 jar (340g) Kaong (Sugar Palm Fruit) from SN Food
  • 1 jar (340g) Ube Halaya (Sweetened Purple Yam) from SN Food
  • 1 packet (100g) Gulaman (Agar-Agar) or Jelly Powder from SN Food
  • 1 packet (100g) Sago Pearls from SN Food


  • 1 tub Ube (Purple Yam) Ice Cream from SN Food
  • 1 can Leche Flan from SN Food (or homemade)
  • 1 packet (100g) Pinipig (Toasted Rice Flakes) or Crushed Cornflakes
  • 1 can (370ml) Evaporated Milk or Coconut Milk from SN Food


1.Prepare Ingredients:

  • Drain and set aside the syrup from the beans, fruits, and ube halaya.
  • Prepare the gulaman or jelly powder as per package instructions, cut into cubes.
  • Cook sago pearls until translucent,Then rinse with cold water.

2.Assemble Halo-Halo:

  • In a tall glass or bowl, layer the red beans, chickpeas, jackfruit, macapuno, nata de coco, kaong, ube halaya, gulaman cubes, and sago pearls.
  • Add a generous amount of shaved or crushed ice.
  • Drizzle with coconut milk

3. Top It Off:

  • Add a scoop of ube ice cream and a slice of leche flan.
  • Sprinkle with pinipig or crushed cornflakes.


  • Serve immediately with a long spoon. Mix well before eating to enjoy the blend of flavors and textures.


  • Adjust sweetness by adding more or less syrup.
  • Experiment with other fruits or toppings for a unique twist.

Enjoy this classic Filipino Halo-Halo, a delightful mix of sweet and refreshing ingredients, perfect for any occasion!


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