Filipino Baking Recipes

Cheese Cupcake, Food For the Gods, Eggpie, Hopia, Pan de Coco, Chocolate Crinkle, Ensaymada, Mamon, Chiffon Cake, Chocolate Cupcake, Macaroons, Loaf Bread, Pandesal, Silvanas, Coconut Macaroons, Brazo de Mercedes, Carrot Cupcake, Chocolate Chip Cookies

The Filipino baking recipe page is all about the popular and favorite Pinoy breads, cakes, cookies and goodies we grew up loving.

Who can ever forget the hot pandesal from the nearby bakery or the Mocha Chiffon cake you served during your 4th birthday?

What about the Pan de Coco, Eggpie, Ensaymada and that sweet and dense bread weirdly named as Putok.

For those who want to try their hand in baking, it is really not as hard as most people believe.

It's just that ingredients have to be an exact measure rather than eye-balling (as what you do in cooking).

And baking ingredients like flour, baking soda, cream of tartar -- have specific properties that affect the final outcome of the baked goods.

If there is any baking term with meaning that is quite unfamiliar to you, the Cooking and Baking Terms page might be able to help.

Sweet Bread with Cheese Topping.

Coconut Macaroons
Fresh Coconut Dessert with Condensed Milk

Brazo de Mercedes
Meringue Roll with Cream Custard Filling

Hopia Mongo
Sweet Pastry with Mung Bean Filling.

Cheese Cupcake
Sweet Milk Cupcake with Cheddar Cheese Topping.

Chocolate Crinkle
Chocolate Cookie with Powdered Sugar Dusting.

Chocolate Cupcake
Deep Dark Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Ganache Frosting.

Food for the Gods
Blonde Brownie with Dates and Walnuts.

Hopia Mongo 2
Easy Recipe for Hopia.

Cashew Wafer Cookies Rolled in Buttercream and Cake Crumbs

Chiffon Cake
Light and Airy Cake Made from Eggs, Sugar, Vegetable oil with Buttercream Frosting

carrot Cupcake
Carrot and Raisin cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chewy Cookies with Chocolate Chip and Oatmeal

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