3 Easy Pinoy Street Food Iced Desserts For Profit or Family

These iced dessert recipes can be made at home for when you’re having a party for family, or just a weekend together. Kids love them!

The portion is actually designed for selling at P10 pesos per cup if you want to sell them. Feel free to add some more ingredients if its for your family. :) #homebusiness #foodbusiness

Snow Cone Recipe

  • 1/2 kl washed sugar
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 Tang Litro Pack (any flavor, different colors for best design. You can have  pineapple, strawberry and mango. So colorful!)
  • Crushed Ice
Heat water and sugar. Let it simmer for a while. Mix until dissolved then add the Tang Litro Pack.
Stir again and simmer for one minute in low fire. Removed from stove and let it cool, then transfer in a tall
bottle (like Emperador ;) ).
Assembly: Add snow ice in a 6 oz plastic cup. Pour 1/8 cup liquid syrup mixture.
Optional: Add evaporated milk on top and put toppings such as marshmallows or sprinkles.

Iced Banana

  • 20 pcs banana slice (18 pcs per saba)
  • 1/2 kl washed sugar
  • 2 1/2 cup water
  • 6 oz cup crushed ice
  • Evap Milk
In a pan, add banana, sugar, and water. Cook in low fire. Cool.
Assembly: Add 6 pcs round slice of banana per 6 oz cup. Add 1 tbsp sugar syrup from the cooked banana. Add 1 tbsp milk.

Mais Con Yelo

  • Canned Corn
  • Evap Milk
  • Sugar
  • Crushed Ice
Assembly: Put ice is a 6 oz cup. Add 1/2 tbsp of corn. Use 1 tbsp evaporated milk and 1/2 tbsp sugar. If using 10 oz cup, use 1 tbsp corn, 1 1/2 tbsp milk, and 1 tbsp sugar.
Credits: These recipes are shared by Phen Isla at Ifoodala Foodies Group. Also thanks to Sis Romely Talosig Pascua for the Snow Cone Syrup recipe. 
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