Mazapan de Buco refers to a Filipino snack/sweet made of oven baked young coconut boiled in milk, sugar, flour and egg. Moreover, Mazapan de Buco refers to a milk-based sweet with coconut bits, that is baked to golden brown goodness prior to wrapping in colorful cellophane plastic. This Filipino sweet is usually found in Sariaya in Quezon. Quezon is situated in the south of Luzon Island of the Philippines.

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