Homemade Filipino Breakfast Recipes for the home or business

Homemade Filipino Breakfast Recipes for the home or business. (Photo Credits)

There is one struggle I have about preparing breakfast, most of the choices available in the market are laden with preservatives, our culture also generally prefers this type of “cilog” breakfasts, and busy moms like us have a tendency to give in to these types of breakfasts because it is easy to cook – perfect…
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Happypinaymommy’s Filipino Weekly Menu Plan for Nov 21-28, 2016

Happypinaymommy.com's weekly filipino menu plan for November 21-28, 2016

Hi there ladies! Pardon my two month hiatus in posting meal plans. Will try my very best to regularly update our Filipino Menu Plan every end of the week to help you out as well in your grocery shopping. So before I explain some of the choices I made for our weekly ulam recipes, here…
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Filipino Weekly Menu Plan for Sept 12-19, 2016

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Hi there ladies! Been a long time since I posted a weekly meal plan, and I apologize for that. Will try my very best to regularly update our Filipino Menu Plan every Friday. So before I elaborate on the Filipino weekly menu, here is our meal plan for the week — Filipino Weekly Menu Plan:…
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School Lunch Baon Ideas – Part 3

Here is the third installment in our series of School Lunch Baon Ideas for Kids. (Photo Credits)

As promised here is the third installment in our series of School Lunch Baon ideas for your gradeschoolers. As we go further into the school year it really becomes more challenging to think of lunch baon to pack for the kids. Of course we want something that they would finish, as they need to have…
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23 Meal Ulam Ideas for Filipino Babies and Kids

Meal Ulam Ideas for Filipino Babies and kids

We try hard to be super moms but at some point we will lose ideas on what to feed our families, especially our babies. I realized that the struggle is indeed real when Achi started becoming a picky eater, and feeding time has been more of a torture instead of a happy time for all…
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Breakfast Ideas for Filipino Babies

Breakfast Ideas for Filipino Babies.

Whatever approach you are taking in introducing solid food to your child, time will come that you will need more and more meal ideas for your little one. And while the Internet is full of meal ideas for babies, not all are applicable in the Philippine setting as not all ingredients are locally available or…
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Kid-Friendly Vegetable Salads

Here are some Kid-Friendly Vegetable Salads that your Picky eater may love. (Photo Credits)

It is a challenge to have children eat salads especially if they are not used to eating veggies. But there are salads out there that appeal to our children’s discriminating taste buds. So for those of you wanting to prepare nutritious salads for your family here are some suggested — Kid-Friendly Vegetable Salads: Crunchy Fish…
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Snack Baon ideas for Pre-Schoolers

Snack Baon Ideas for Pre-schoolers

With merely two weeks before the opening of classes, we moms should be armed with a good repertoire of nutritious snack or baon ideas for pre-schoolers. If you are still clueless as to what to pack for your child this coming school year, then this post is for you. So here are – Snack Baon…
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Eight Filipino Recipes Under 100 Pesos 2016 Edition

Came up with a 2016 edition of ne of my most read blog posts -- Eight Filipino Recipes under 100 pesos 2016 edition.

My seven recipes under P100.00 blog entry last year has consistently been one of the most read entries in my blog. This is the reason why I am coming up with a 2016 edition, to help my fellow budget-conscious Pinay Mommies stretch the food budget that they have without sacrificing the family’s health and nutrition….
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Filipino Preserved Food Recipes for Business

preserved food recipes for business in the Philippines

So I am apparently on a roll when it comes to food business ideas that moms like us can have. I hope you enjoyed our recent posts on goodies, steamed desserts, puto variants, and sweets that you can sell. Now I am going to suggest to you some Filipino food items with longer shelf life…
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Puto Recipes for Business in the Philippines

Puto Recipes for Business in the Philippines

This is the fourth or fifth installment I think in my series on food items that you can sell in the Philippines. In the aim of helping moms like me earn extra from home, I decided to come up with this series, to help give extra income ideas for stay at home moms, full time…
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Steamed Filipino Dessert Recipes for Business

Steamed Filipino Dessert Recipes for Business

It is a reality that not all Filipino households have Ovens. And this is the reason why most of the native desserts in our country are steamed. Almost all homes have tiered steamers we all grew up seeing. Anyway, this post is part of happypinaymommy.com’s series of posts on food items that can be sold…
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No-bake Chocolate Recipes for Business in the Philippines

chocolate recipes for business in the Philippines

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and if you want to earn extra in this season of love, the why don’t you sell some no-bake chocolate goodies? This is the second part of Happypinaymommy.com’s series of posts on food items that can be sold for extra income. I have earlier written about Filipino sweets…
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No bake Filipino Dessert recipes for business

No bake Filipino desserts for business

  If you are looking for an extra income – whether as a full-time working mom or a stay at home mom, then you might want to consider these no-bake desserts to sell in the Philippines. These are really easy to do, and with just enough clean and creative packaging, plus patience and sales talk,…
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Cheap and Easy Filipino Eggplant Recipes

Here are some cheap and easy Filipino eggplant recipes. (Photo Credits) https://www.flickr.com/photos/monstermigs/

Eggplant or Talong is one veggie that can be found in almost all markets and is available all year round. It is packed with anti-oxidants and other nutrients that could help lower your cholesterol levels. Not to mention, this veggie is not as expensive as other vegetables, even in its organic form. If you’d like…
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Yummy and Easy Sandwich Recipes for Baon

Yummy and Easy Sandwich recipes for baon

Are you running out of ideas for sandwiches to prepare for your kids and your husband’s baon? I have compiled a list of some sandwich recipes that you may want to try to give that ready-made sandwich spread a break. Here are yummy and easy sandwich recipes for baon: 1. Crabstick Sandwich – Well, I…
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Malunggay Recipes for Breastfeeding Moms

Malunggay Recipes for Breastfeeding Moms

Malunggay is very helpful in terms of supporting the nutrition needs of a breastfeeding mother. This post is meant to help lactating moms have a wider variety of Malunggay recipe choices to prepare for herself and for her family. Here are some Malunggay recipes for breastfeeding mommies: 1. Corn and Malunggay Soup – I have…
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Happypinaymommy.com’s Weekly Meal Plan for Sept 28 to Oct 04, 2015

Happypinaymommy.com's Weekly Meal Plan for Sept 28 to Oct 04, 2015

Hi ladies! Hope you are all enjoying your long weekend so far. For those of you who will be doing their weekly palengke or grocery shopping trip, sharing with you our meal plan for this week. Here is Happypinaymommy.com’s weekly meal plan for Sept 28 to October 4, 2015: If you will notice, i have…
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Filipino Lumpia Recipes under P100.00

Filipino Lumpia Recipes under P100.00

Lumpia is one distinct Filipino food that is both delicious and economical to make. It is so distinct that my hipag tells me, this is what is usually being requested  as potluck contribution from pinoys whenever there are gatherings in the US. Anyway, for families who are trying to stay within the budget i compiled…
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