3 Easy Steps for Making Cheesy Pastillas

 on Sunday, October 11, 2015  


This will be the 1st part of a 2-series post. Pastillas in the Philippine context is  a common luscious delicacy  and the children loved this sugar-coated candies.While others, call it No-cook Yema. Well, making No-Bake Cheesy Pastillas (Milk Balls)  is as easy as your A, B, C and 1, 2, 3. Would you believe it? Here's how:


What You Need:

250 grams Skim Milk (Or any Powdered Milk)
1 can Condensed Milk
60 grams  (1/4 of the box) Cheddar Cheese
100 grams White Sugar

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Ingredients for Cheesy Pastillas

Disregard the Cocoa powder in the  picture since we only need this on our 2nd part of our Pastillas-making series. =)

How To: 

1. Combine the Skim milk and condensed milk in the pan. Put the pan under low heat for 5 mins. Mix well until no lumps are form.

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Skim milk in the pan

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Mix until it looks like this


2.  Form the Pastillas into desired shape and sizes. Fill it with Cheese in the center. Like the picture below.
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Cheese inside the Pastillas


3. Roll it and coat with white sugar. Enjoy your Cheesy Pastillas!

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Serving Suggestion of Cheesy Pastillas
TIPS: You can wrap the Pastillas with your favorite food wrapper. It is best served chilled. =) You can make up to 30 - 40 small sized balls. When it is keep refrigerated, it will last longer.

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Cheesy Pastillas arranged with Choco Flavored Pastillas



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Cheesy Pastillas

Up next will be a different flavored Pastillas. Actually, you can experiment (as I call it) with your own taste buds  and use your imagination to come up with variety of flavors of Pastillas.

Please let me know if you try it in your own home by posting your comments below and share with me your experience in making it! I wanna hear it all. Have a good day! :)





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