Start of Christmas Preparation!!

I've been hearing Christmas songs lately which keeps me the more excited for all the Christmas 
preparations. As we all know it is the most awaited occasion of the year.

Both adults and kids are already making a list of their wishes for this year.

I am more excited for all the food I will be prepare for Christmas, all those yummy traditional 
foods that our mothers have served on our Christmas buffet table.

Let me share with you some photos from our last year's Christmas celebration.


Good news to all employers who failed to remit their monthly contributions, including the contributions of their employees. Now is your chance to avail of PAG-IBIG CONDONATION PROGRAM. 

Who can avail? Those small and micro businesses who did not deduct contributions from employees or remit the employer counterpart. The penalty for failing to remit Pag-IBIG Contributions is 18% per year.

To give you a clearer view of how to go about it, you can view this video

Anyone who will avail of the condonation program by Pag-IBIG Fund will have to pay the employer contribution and the actual dividends that should have been enjoyed by their employees if they were enrolled with Pag-IBIG Fund.



1 CUP JACKFRUIT (LANGKA) cut in small pieces


1. Melt the butter

2. Add 2 cans Condensed Milk

3. Add our Jackfruit (Langka)

4. Next add our Lemon Zest

5. Lastly, add our powdered milk

6. Put your Yema on a plate (brush your plate with 
some butter)
Let it cool down.

7. Once it has cool down, form it into a small log.

8. Cut the log into equal sizes

9. Roll them into your granulated sugar

10. Wrap our yema using yellow Japanese paper or
any color of your choice. You can also wrap using clear
cellophane plastic.

11. Again another gift idea or income generating idea. :)




3 cups all purpose flour
1 1/2 cups powdered milk
1 cup granulated sugar
1 cup ground macadamia nuts/ cashew nuts or 
any nuts you prefer
500 grams white chocolates
1 cup melted butter
Ube food coloring
cellophane or Japanese paper


1. Put the flour into a pan, we will toast our flour in low heat. Be sure to constantly stir our flour to avoid burning our flour. Once the color turned slightly brown then we can turn off the heat.

2. Sift our toasted flour when it is already cooled and
add our ground nuts.

3. Add our granulated sugar

4. Next add our powdered milk

5. Now add our melted butter

6. Mix very well, be sure all ingredients are distributed 

7. Set aside for 30 minutes for it to harden.

8. Using polvoron mold press in into our polvoron.
Be sure to press it hard and pack it well.

9. Melt the white chocolate using a double boiler pot.

Add few drops of purple food coloring to your white chocolate.

10. Once white chocolate has melted we can now dip our 
pulvoron one at a time.

11. Wait for the white chocolate to set then we can now wrap our ube polvoron.

12. You can wrap it using purple Japanese paper or
clear cellophane plastic.

This is another popular Filipino Delicacies. You can 
make it as gifts to friends or another business idea
for added income. 

Homemade Salted Eggs (Itlog na Maalat)

I love salted eggs. In fact, just this morning I was craving for salted eggs with fresh tomatoes and dried fried fish. Do you know you can make your own salted eggs right in your own home?
I'll share with you how to make salted eggs. What I like about homemade salted eggs is that it's not as salty as the ones we buy in stores. These are just right and the yolk is more delicious.
Let get down to business.

Here are the ingredients:
12 raw chicken eggs
1 1/2 cups salt
4 cups water

1. Put in a pan your 1 1/2 cups salt.

2. Pour your 4 cups water into your salt.

3. Boil until the salt is completely dissolve in water. Once it is completely dissolved
let it cool down.

4. Once it has completely cooled down, place our eggs in a container.
Pour our salt mixture into the eggs.

5.  The eggs should be submerged in water.
Cover our container very tightly and place it in a warm place.

6. Wait for 2 weeks or 15 days. Now uncover and this is what it would look when you open
     our container.

7.  Now transfer the eggs in a pot, we will boil the eggs in medium heat. Until cooked.

8.  Once cooked we can now serve our super yummy homemade salted eggs.

How to Make Macapuno Soft Candy Balls

These soft candy balls are made of Macapuno preserves and sweetened condensed milk covered 
with coconut flakes. It is so easy to make and really delicious. 

1 Bottle Sweet Macapuno 
1 small can Condensed Milk
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup cornstarch
coconut flakes or dessicated coconut
Colored Cellophane


1.  Put our condensed milk in a pan at a low heat,
keep stirring. Our Condensed Milk should thicken.

2. Add our Sweetened Macapuno, continously stir. 
Until our Macapuno becomes very thick.

3. Add in our 1/2 cup cornstarch dissolved in 1/2 cup water

4. You will notice that once it is very thick it separates from the 
pan. That means it is already cooked.

5. Brush our plate with melted butter.

6.  Transfer our Macapuno to our plate.
7.  Let it cool, Once it cool down we can start 
shaping our Macapuno into balls.
8.  Lastly, roll our Macapuno ball on Dessicated coconut.

9. Wrap our Macapuno balls with cellophane wrapper.

Try these Macapuno Soft balls so easy to make and you can sell it to your friends or give 
it to your relatives.