How do you make pastillas with two ingredients?

How do you make pastillas with two ingredients?

To make no-cook pastillas, combine 2 cups of powdered milk and 14 ounces of condensed milk in a mixing bowl. Once the mixture is thoroughly combined with no lumps, add 1 tablespoon of margarine and mix thoroughly. Then, use your hands or a scoop to shape your pastillas into a ball or cylinder, and roll them in sugar.

Is pastillas a Filipino food?

Pastillas de leche, also called pastiyema, are a type of Filipino candies that originated from the farmlands of Bulacan province.

How do you make chocolate pastillas?


  1. Mix bear brand powder, 1/2 cup Milo and condensed milk in a bowl. Combine until the ingredients is incorporated and forming into a shape.
  2. Combine and mix together sugar and 1 1/2 Tbsp milo on a plate.
  3. Get a small portion and roll it on the milo-sugar mixture.

Why is pastillas famous in Bulacan?

It serves as an eye-catching centrepiece during feasts and fine gatherings. It also became popular among Filipino overseas workers who buy these beautiful confections as pasalubong (souvenir). Interestingly, Bulacan’s Pastillas Festival only began in 2006 to celebrate the renewed appreciation for the craft.

How will you describe pastillas?

Pastillas, also known as pastillas de leche (lit: Milk Pills) or pastiyema, refer to a type of milk-based confections that originated in the town of San Miguel in Bulacan, Philippines. From San Miguel, pastillas-making spread to other Philippine provinces such as Cagayan and Masbate.

How do you make coffee pastillas?


  1. Prepare all the things and ingredients needed.
  2. In a mixing bowl mixed powdered milk, powdered sugar, sugar, and condensed milk mix well.
  3. Form dough adds the coffee powder and rolls it.
  4. Roll it and cut into bite size and roll in sugar.
  5. Serve and enjoy.

What to add in milk to make it thick?

You will want to use one tablespoon of cornstarch for every cup of milk you want to thicken. Use other thickening agents. If you do not have cornstarch, you can use other thickening agents such as gelatin, potato starch, tapioca flour, arrowroot flour, rice flour, xanthan gum, among others.