Filipinos love desserts.
According to a recent survey conducted by the Philippines’ National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), 65.5 percent of Filipinos would like to eat at least one dessert a day.
We are known for our delicious desserts, but there are some dessert lovers who are less than enthusiastic about it.
Some of the dessert lovers are already getting a taste of the sweet treat, which may just be their new love.
This year, we have to admit that we have some Filipino dessert lovers as well, so let’s take a look at what Filipino desserts are really like.
Filipinos have a variety of sweet treats.
The Philippines is home to some of the world’s largest dessert markets.
It’s estimated that around 2,000 Filipino desserts sell in the country.
But there are quite a few desserts that are not so popular.
Most of these desserts are not particularly sweet.
They are often salty, spicy, sour, or even sweet and sour.
Many of these Filipino desserts can be found in the Philippines, such as Crispy Salsa, Kung Fu, ____Mango Margarita, and ____Soup Cake.
Below is a list of Filipino desserts that we would not want to eat.
Soup and Salad