Are you getting tired of your usual halo-halo? No worries! Here are different shaved ice recipes that you may want to try to give your shaved ice dessert a new kick.
- SNOWCONE- this is a usual favorite in school fairs around the metro. It originated from USA and Canada, but it has various versions in Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Mexico. This dessert is quite easy to make, all you need are ice shaver, ice, syrup flavor, and toppings (optional). Just put shaved ice in a glass, pour flavored syrup, and top off with desired toppings. We have a local cooler that is similar to this, but of course, ours are jazzed up and sold by kuyang ice scramble
- MERMALADIA CON HIELO- this delicacy is from Chile and is quite similar to the snowcone, the only difference is the jam. Instead of putting the usual flavored syrup, this dessert has milk and topped off with jam.
- KAKIGORI- this dessert is from Japan, and is believed to have inspired our very own halo-halo. This fluffy shaved ice dessert is topped with Japanese favorites such as red beans, green tea, melon, or strawberries and is often mixed with condensed milk.
- PATBINGSU- this shaved ice dessert is from Korea. Their shaved ice dessert is enjoyed with various toppings that range from fresh fruits, beans, jelly, rice cake, etc. basically they just enjoy their shaved ice however they want!
- CREMOLADA- this yummy cooler originates from Peru. It is like a fruit drink and ice cream combined. This cooler is made from fresh fruit, water, sugar, and ice.
These are just some ideas that you may want to try to cool your hot summer days. The best way to enjoy your cool summer ice shaved treats is with the easy to use Q PILOTER! Q Piloter can be used not just for ice, but for different types of food as well. You can get this amazing item only at à www.ezshop.asia