Binake is one of the traditional sweets from the Philippines, particularly from Misamis Oriental. Binake is made from ground mashed corn grains cooked with coconut milk and packed in corn husk, hence its golden yellow color.

It is said that eating Binake is like eating Mais con Yelo (Corn with Milk and crushed ice) minus the crushed ice.

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