Cassava cake is one of the most popular delicacies/kakanin here in the Philippines. In Lucena, a city in Quezon Province, we call it as BUDIN.
1 1/2 cups cassava, grated
2/3 cup condensed milk
2 eggs, beaten
1/4 cup sugar
2 tbsp butter, melted
cheddar cheese, grated (optional for toppings)
*Follow the above ratio when adding more servings.
1. Prepare your steamer (pre-heat/start boiling the water).
2. In a large bowl, combine all ingredients. Mix evenly.
3. Pour the batter in a buttered baking pan and steam/cook for about 40mins to 1hr.
4. When it’s already cooked, remove from steamer and let it cool for some time. Then, spread grated cheddar cheese on top.
Now, try it and impress your family!
Baking is a fun way to spend valuable time and bond with your kids. It’s an opportunity to share time, create delicious desserts and build memories with your little ones.
I’m so glad that the Maya Kitchen has collaborated with Mommy Bloggers Philippines. We got the chance to be part of mom and kid baking workshop at the Maya Kitchen Culinary Arts Center. My son and I had a very fun afternoon last Saturday. We both learned a lot from the workshop and I’m one of the proud moms because Aki made very delicious cupcakes at a young age of 5.
Now, I’ll be sharing with you the Strawberries and Cream Cupcakes that Aki baked. I hope you’ll enjoy baking together with your kids, most especially that bonding time with them is becoming more scarce because some of us are working moms and some are busy with other household tasks.