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.
<p>Halo halo is a Filipino dessert consisting of a scoop of ube (purple yam) ice cream served with granola, fresh berries, mango, mung beans, tapioca pearls, granola, jackfruit, toasted coconut flakes, and sweet coconut milk sauce. </p>
Filipinos love to make and give food and desserts. For example, halò-halò (pronounced ha-low ha-low) is a mixture of sweets! Muslim people are to fast during occasions like Ramadan, while Filipinos celebrate occasions by throwing parties and eating plenty of food like halò-halò. Both of the cultures do these because they celebrate their own special holiday(s).
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