Halo-Halo Crêpe

July 11, 2018

The traditional halo-halo resembles the creation of a 3-year-old who goes into a yogurt shop and piles on every kind of topping available. We don’t know why, but somehow it all just works: the strange medley of caramelized bananas, various sweetened beans, jackfruit and that strange green stuff that’s (hopefully) gelatin.

If you like the flavors of Pinoy halo-halo but 1) don’t have an ice shaver or, 2) have sensitive teeth, try our crazy idea for Halo-Halo Crêpe. There’s no right or wrong way of doing it (I personally prefer an all-leche flan filling, hee), so feel free to customize according to preference, or make like the aforementioned creative 3-year-old and come up with unique combinations.

Share your concoctions with us in the comments below!

Halo-Halo Crêpe

Total Time: 30 minutes / Yield: 6 servings

Ingredients for the Basic Crêpe

Ingredients for the Crêpe Toppings

  • Sweetened red beans (azuki)
  • Sweetened kidney beans
  • Langka
  • Sweetened saba
  • Macapuno
  • Nata de coco
  • Kaong


  1. In a bowl, mix together 1 teaspoon or more of the filling ingredients.
  2. Place a crêpe on a plate and spoon some mixture into the middle, leaving space along the sides.
  3. Fold four sides of the crêpe to make a square. Carefully flip it over.
  4. Top with ube ice cream, a slice of leche flan, and pinipig. Serve immediately.
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6 responses to “Halo-Halo Crêpe”

  1. Mylene, this is beautiful. ♥ Really, that was all I had to say. Haha.

  2. i like the all-beans crepe drizzle with caramel or honey sauce …… or just the plain sweetened banana with lanka …… of course all topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream ….

  3. Hell yeah to a crepe with leche flan inside! Personally Chowking’s halo-halo is a favorite, and I’m only after the leche flan, ube haleya, bananas and their milk mixture, which isn’t exactly evap, nor condensed (I may be wrong). As usual, this is great. 🙂

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