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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Halo-halo anyone?

Last week a friend of mine gave me this ice crasher. We Filipinos love to eat halo-halo in summer. And hubby loves halo-halo and his favorite is the Chowking halo2x. The other day the temperature shoot up to 84F and it's too hot! I asked hubby if he liked halo2x and without second thought he said YES!! I checked our freezer we don't have vanilla ice cream so I ran to the store and grab vanilla ice cream and milk. When I got home he asked me if I could make two and that is one for his brother. So I started the machine crashing and it was pretty neat though as I was watching it. After the ice was on the huge glass I put the halo-halo mixed that I bought at an Asian store, I had leche flan, ice cream, milk , then the corn flakes. 
                                                                         Halo-halo
                                                   
                                                                       Food Friday

10 comments:

maiylah said...

love that with banana (or any other fresh fruit), too! :D

Vhen said...

aww... i love the way you did it, looks yummy and certainly it is!

visiting from FF!

http://vhen.blogspot.com/2011/07/suman.html

see yah, thanks!

mymy said...

very cool and refreshing, am sure!

thanks for the visit!
enjoy your weekend! :)

peachkins said...

I was craving for Razon's halo-halo kanina

oggi said...

Oh cool, halo halo. One large size please.:)

[pinkc00kies] said...

yummmy....

Luna Miranda said...

there is a halo-halo mix? what are the ingredients in the mix? just curious.:p

shopannies said...

sounds like a great dish to serve with fruit for breakfast snack or dessert thanks for sharing come see me at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

cheerful said...

love it...miss having it with complete ingredients. :) love mine with lots of nata de coco and leche flan. visiting late from last week's food friday! have a great week.

CurvyEveryday said...

Yes Please

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