How to make your own Pinoy Ice Scramble Recipe (Filipino Style). This Ice Scramble Recipe or locals call it Iskrambol is a classic streetfood favorite of kids or kids at heart.
It’s your ultimate childhood treat to any Filipino. They are traditionally sold in streets outside public elementary schools back in the days in the Philippines.
It is an affordable streetfood ice desserts that kids in elementary can buy after school. Back in my school days, I remember buying these. I love the pink color of the ice and the toppings are so delicious for me. But my teachers will always warns us not to buy these junk food outside.
They would prevent us buying streetfood outside by asking us to buy all the food inside the canteen before we leave the school or sometimes they would max out our food money to buy whatever is available in canteen. I guess that’s their own way of preventing kids to buy unsafe food outside school premises.
But of course I would always save atleast a few coins for my favorite pink ice scramble and for some fish balls too! I miss this Ice Scramble dessert back in my school days.
So here you go..if you want to feel nostalgic about this fave filipino ice dessert. Go ahead and make some. It is so easy to make anyway. All you need is an Ice shaver, or if you want to make this your business you can easily make a lot of shaved ice by using an Electric Ice crusher.
This electric Ice crusher is available at Lazada.com.ph for 1,449 for cash on delivery nationwide and free shipping. Great for any summer business.
If you want to know where to buy Injoy milkshake powder you can also order it at Lazada.com.ph
PINOY ICE SCRAMBLE
1 cup Evaporated milk
1 tablespoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon banana flavoring (adjust to desired taste)
few drops of red liquid coloring to get the right shade of pink color
3 cups crushed ice
FOR THE ICE SCRAMBLE: In a large pitcher, mix evaporated milk, sugar, banana flavoring, food coloring and shaved ice. Mix it well until well combined.
For the Toppings: Transfer crushed ice mixture into individual serving glasses. Top with 2 tablespoon milk powder, drizzle with your Hershey’s chocolate syrup, marshmallows and candy sprinkles.
Serve and enjoy!
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