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It’s the start of a big holiday week, and if you’re still looking for last minute desserts, try making these no-bake Filipino desserts! It could be a thoughtful gift that you can bring to your family’s Noche Buena, especially those with a sweet tooth! We know that it can sometimes be tough to find a present that is both practical, hopeful, and unique, but making a dessert for everybody to munch this Christmas could be perfect!
And keep in mind that shopping is probably the busiest this time of the year. The holidays are in full swing and we’re pretty sure your schedules are packed with so many events. But with these easy no-bake desserts with ingredients so easy to find, your Christmas has never been merrier.
Mango float is definitely the top well-loved and super easy no-bake Filipino dessert. As everybody knows, it is made of fresh, sweet and juicy slices of mangoes floating in condensed milk flavored cream in Graham crackers canvas. It can be prepared a day ahead and can be chilled until it’s dessert time.
Even if you are no chef, this is something you could make! This Black Forest Icebox Cake is a combination of a cream filling, a layer of either cookies, graham crackers or wafers and your favorite garnish which could be chocolate curls or whole cherries on top to add a regal flair it rightly deserves.
Ube Langkasuy Icebox Cake Recipe – No baking required for this fruity-licious chilled dessert. Just layer some graham crackers, fill it with cream mixed with ube extract and condensed milk and top with ‘langka’ or jackfruit and ‘kasuy’ or cashews.
Then indulge in all of the Ube Langkasuy goodness!
Learn how to make Ube Langkasuy Icebox Cake from our video :
A mocha cookie crumble icebox cake sounds complicated but it’s actually extremely easy to make, there’s no excuse you won’t try it now. All because this mouth watering frozen dessert is a NO-BAKE.
This simple yet decadent recipe has been adapted from Ina Garten of the Barefoot Contessa but still maintained its crumbly and creamy quality. Just assemble either home-made or store-bought cookies or graham crackers, and mocha-coffee flavored whipped cream filling. Layer them upon each other and finish it with a caramel syrup or chocolate ganache on top to make it even more to-die-for. Let it set overnight until the cake absorbs all the cream filling and hold its shape pretty well.
So prepare this super easy Mocha Cookie Crumble Icebox Cake Recipe on any special occasion especially this upcoming holiday season. Just refrigerate so it can last with you for up to 2 weeks.
Learn how to make Mocha Cookie Crumble Icebox Cake from our video :
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