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Who wants cookies and cream polvoron? Polvoron is an all time favorite Pinoy pasalubong thanks to Goldilocks who made this delicacy very popular. I remember when I was a kid and living in Iligan City, I would look forward to visiting relatives from Cebu or Cagayan de Oro because there was a big chance that one them would bring polvoron from the popular bakeshop. I just love munching on this sweet powdered candy!
I learned how to make polvoron by watching my aunts make this treat when I was a kid and I remember selling them when I was in grade school for a small profit. And when I say small profit, I mean I would eat some of the polvoron that I was supposed to sell. LOL
These days, there are so many available flavors and variety aside from the regular one. There’s chocolate, pinipig and even coffee! My favorite of all is the cookies and cream polvoron. Hands down the best among all the flavors. And it’s so easy to make, too! I’m sharing this cookies and cream polvoron recipe so you too can try making this at home.
Let’s get cooking!
Cookies and Cream Polvoron Recipe
- 2 cups all-purpose flour sifted
- 1 cup powdered milk preferably Nido
- 1 cup white sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 cup butter unsalted
- 1 cup Oreo Cookies crushed
And you’re done!
Easy peasy wasn’t it? Make it and store it in your pantry. Perfect for treats for kids or for those late night chocolate cravings!
My husband loves this so much that he can eat a batch in one sitting!
How about you? What’s your favorite polvoron flavor? Share them in the comments!
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Disclaimer: This originally appeared on my now-defunct Third World Kitchen blog.
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