Filipino Style Champorado - #safeathome sweet recipe!


On days I can’t decide if I want something warm or something cold, I do both! Introducing our Champorado à la mode! Filipino style Champorado is made with glutinous rice, instead of the Mexican style Champurrado made with masa, and just as satisfying!

Check out our video tutorial



1 cup - Malagkit / glutinous sticky rice

5 cup - water

1 cup sugar

6-8 - Chocolate Filipino tableya or 200g of your favorite chocolate at our shop!

Optional toppings:

condensed milk
Chocolate sauce
toasted almonds
fresh fruit such as strawberries, bananas, or mango
whip cream
Ice cream
edibke micro flowers
Tuyo / dried fish - a delicious but acquired sweet & salty food combination enjoyed by some islands in the Philippines.


  1. Bring water to a boil
  2. Add glutinous rice
  3. Add sugar
  4. Add 6-8 tableya pieces
  5. Cool over medium heat for 8 min stirring frequently.
  6. Set on low heat for 8 more minutes

Serve hot with condensed milk or allow to cool down to make a la mode. Top off with your favorite toppings. Enjoy!

 Thank you Island Pacific Seafood Market for sponsoring our  ingredients and for grocery donations to Bayanihan Community Response for families experiencing food insecurity in light of COVID-19. #weareallinthistogether

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