March 24, 2016

Summer Food: Halo-Halo

Few weeks ago, I ran out of ink in our printer and I need to print something. I have no choice but to go to the nearest computer shop. Not really near because it is a loooooong walk. On our way to the computer shop my son was already complaining.

Ethan: Init, Mommy may sunburn na ko o. (while checking his shoulder)
Hmmm... Sunburn, 10 bahay pa lang naman ang nalalagpasan namin. Hehehe! #maypayongnaman

It was really hot, tiis lang talaga. On our way home I saw halo-halo kiosk and bought halo-halo for my son. P25 per cup and I was so disappointed kasi puro pinipig at gulaman lang, di ko na makita yung ibang ingredients na nilagay sa konti, but my son enjoyed it. 

Last Saturday, I saw this Florence Halo-Halo Mix P154.95 at the grocery. The bottle includes nata de coco, kaong, monggo, few beans, buko strip, langka and 1 slice of banana. As in literal na isang piraso lang. Lol. 



I told hubby na maghalo-halo kami so we bought 1 bag of crashed ice P40 before going home. I was happy because we can eat halo-halo na di tipid sa ingredients. Good thing that I still have leftover sweet saba. 



We had fun eating our DIY halo-halo, perfect for summer weather and the crashed ice lasted for 20 hours so sulit.

4 comments:

  1. Oi. I better checked that halo-halo mix bottle in the grocery next time, and DIY also the halo-halo at home :-)

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  2. It's really hot na and this is a good idea kasi mahal na din halo-halo hehe. Mas tipid pero di tipid sa lasa, hehe. Makabili nga ng ingredients hehe.

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    1. Super agree sa "mas tipid pero di tipid sa lasa". hehehe!

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  3. I am craving for halo-halo again. This is a perfect cooler this summer.

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