Alternative names pinaltok, pinindot, ginataang bilo-bilo, ginataang halo-halo
Course Dessert
Place of origin Philippines
Region or state Laguna
Serving temperature Hot or cold
Main ingredients Sticky rice coconut milk saba, taro, sweet potato, pearl sago, landang
Variations see Binignit
Cookbook: Bilo-bilo  Media: Bilo-bilo

Bilo-bilo is a Filipino dessert made of small glutinous balls (sticky rice flour rounded up by adding water) in coconut milk and sugar. Then jackfruit, saba bananas, various tubers, and tapioca pearls are added. Bilo bilo's origin is in Luzon (Laguna province), which is the northern Philippines Island. There are different recipe versions depending what region in the Philippines it is from. Some recipes call for young coconut meat and some call for adding pandan leaves. This is usually and traditionally eaten hot while others prefer eating them after refrigeration.

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