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Filipino Dessert: MAJA BLANCA (Coconut Cake/ Pudding)

Maja Blanca or is a filipino sweet and creamy dessert made of cornstarch and coconut milk, this recipe is good and nutritious for children for all occasions. It's so cheap and easy to prepare, Here are simple preparations on how to make .


• 2 cups coconut milk

• 1 cup cornstarch

• 1 cup of corn kernel (optional)

• 1 cup coconut flakes for toppings (if desired)

• 1 cup sugar

• 1 cup evaporated milk


1. Pour 2 cups of coconut milk into saucepan and bring to boil.

2. Mix all other ingredients, into mixing bowl and stir thoroughly.

3. Add the mix ingredients (#cornstarch, evaporated milk, kernel) to the boiling coconut milk and bring to boil for 5 minutes, lower the heat and let it continue to cook while stirring continually for 20-30 minutes more until mixture has thickened.

4. Pour into the buttered or greased pan and let it cool.

5. Slice the into desired sizes and sprinkled the coconut flakes before serving.

6. Refrigerate to enjoy the delicious taste of coconut cake.

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MaeLou wrote on May 26, 2014, 10:57 AM

That sounds like a very interesting recipe. The coconut may throw me off of it though.

ashley wrote on May 26, 2014, 3:01 PM

I think the corn would throw me off... but I would still try it :) Doesn't sound too bad.

elitecodex wrote on May 26, 2014, 8:14 PM

I'll try ALMOST anything sweet at least once... I don't see anything that would scare me off so Im up for it :) I can see that its made here in the US so maybe I can find some in my neck of the woods.

ella-romao wrote on May 27, 2014, 12:30 AM

Thank you all for your comments, yes you may try this recipe, it's delicious and kids may love it... emoticon :smile:

Chantiele wrote on May 30, 2014, 7:15 AM

That sounds really good :)

allen0187 wrote on June 6, 2014, 9:23 PM

This is a favorite of mine. The more corn kernels, the better!