Corazon’s Ube Decadence Recipe: Best Philippines Dessert

Ube Decadence is a dessert made from the famous purple yam, aka ube, a very common food in the Philippines.

The dessert tastes like vanilla-infused milk with baked tapioca pudding and has an added tasty touch of ube halaya for more flavor plus, it looks pretty when garnished on top of your Ube Dessert dish too.

I know it sounds pretty unique to some of you, but it’s a very famous dessert in the Philippines that is well-known as one of the best.

Corazon’s Ube Decadence Recipe

Prepare Time: 10 minunes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 4 servings

Recipe Ingredients

Baking & Spices

  • 1/3 cup Sugar
  • 1 tbsp Vanilla

Dairy

  • 1 Nestle cream

Desserts

  • 2 tbsp Gelatin, Unflavored Powder
  • 3 tbsp Tapioca pudding

Other

  • 1 can Alaska evap (color red)
  • Ube Halaya for topping

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Instructions

Step 1:  Prepare and mix all the ingredients except the gelatin powder and ube halaya, which are to be prepared separately.

Step 2: Use water to prepare your gelatin powder and ube halaya for garnishing on top of the dessert dish. 

Step 3:  Bake at 350 degrees in a nonstick baking pan until all fluffy. It will be ready to eat in around 10 – 15 minutes.

Step-4: Top with ube halaya and serve.

Nutrition Facts Per Serving:

  • Calories:  250
  • Sodium:  90 mg
  • Carbohydrates:  38 g
  • Protein:  0.4 g
  • Fat:  10 g per serving

What Does Corazon’s Ube Decadence Taste Like?

Ube can be described as a very delicious and creamy dessert. It tastes very rich in texture with a really sweet taste of vanilla-infused milk. It’s like your mouth is experiencing an explosion of sweet ube and vanilla-infused milk.

It’s delicious when the tapioca pudding is baked after it all combines together with the dessert’s rich texture. The ube flavour blends in well with the dessert filling.

Corazon's Ube Decadence Recipe
Corazon’s Ube Decadence Recipe

How Should I Serve Corazon’s Ube Decadence?

It’s best when served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. If you want to be really classy, then make it look more unique and elegant by using a traditional serving dish and serving it with some fresh ube halaya.

Can Corazon’s Ube Decadence Be Frozen?

Unlikely because the tapioca pudding tends to break down at frozen temperature, making the dessert not as creamy as it is when it’s served directly from the oven.

Conclusion

When served on your table, Corazon’s Ube Decadence is unique and pretty. It’s also very delicious, one of the best desserts in the Philippines to enjoy.