|Queso de bola is always present during Christmas.|
Queso de Bola (Edam cheese). Popular as another symbol of Christmas, this is Dutch cheese covered in red wax. This also goes well with ham and bread.
Hot Chocolate. Since Christmas season is known to be the coldest in the Philippines, drinking a cup of hot chocolate comforts most Filipinos. This is usually served after dinner while eating dessert.
Cathedral windows. This is also known as stained glass dessert, because of the colourful gelatin mixed with cream.
|Leche flan is another sweet treat that Filipinos love.|
Leche Flan. This is Caramel Custard made of eggs and milk, a favourite Filipino dessert, showing again how much we love sweets!
Castanas (Chestnuts). People may see some vendors outside churches who sell these. This is a favourite during the Christmas season and is best served hot and newly roasted. Sometimes, it’s the peeling of chestnuts that makes it more enjoyable to eat.