Ube Halaya or Halayang Ube is a Filipino dessert made mainly from purple yam. Two version: Ube Halaya in Condense Milk and Ube Halaya in Coconut Milk.
Sapin Sapin is a layered rice cake made mainly from rice flour, coconut milk, and sugar. This popular Ilocano dessert originates from Abra.
Pastillas de Leche is the Filipino version of sweet milk candy, made out of milk and sugar.
Leche Flan, which is the Philippine version of European crème caramel, is a caramel custard made with milk, eggs, vanilla, and caramelized sugar; where the sweet layer of golden liquid caramel stays on top, sometimes drips, on the creamy custard.
Halo-Halo, which is a Filipino word meaning "mix-mix", is a famous cold refreshing dessert consisting of a mixture of fruits, beans, ice, and other type desserts.
Champorado is hot sweet chocolate rice porridge. It is the Filipino version of Mexican Champurrado.
Rice Cake Bibingka or Bibingkang Galapong is a cake made basically from rice flour (galapong), coconut milk, sugar, eggs, and baking powder.