Halo-halo literally means, "mix-mix" and it is just what is it called - a mixture of sweetened fruits and beans, sprinkled with pinipig (crisp flattened rice flakes), sugar and milk, topped by crushed ice and if ordered special also topped with ice cream. You know its summertime in the Philippines when halo-halo stand start sprouting by the roadside and by the small variety stores, all making their own concoctions of such this refreshing dessert. Anybody can make their own Halo-Halo by selecting and mixing ingredients to make this dessert. Halo-Halo is uniquely and unforgettably Filipino dessert.
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