These Are The Flavored Leche Flans You Should Cook To Make Your Noche Buena Desserts More Interesting
Upgrade your leche flan game with one of these delicious variants.
Leche flans may just be the favorite dessert of the Pinoy. It's a luscious dessert that's incredibly creamy, is doused in a liquidy caramel syrup that has an undercurrent of bitterness to balance the sweet, and has just the right amount of irresistibility that it's used to top another favorite Pinoy dessert: the
But every leche flan you've had has the same taste, so we think it's time to change up the flavor profile of your favorite dessert. From coffee to strawberry, we think these flavors will upgrade your leche flan game.
Here are 5 leche flans you should make this Christmas season to change things up:
Cream Cheese Leche Flan Recipe
A simple ingredient addition and it transforms an already creamy dessert into one that really is luscious and totally irresistible.
Coffee Leche Flan Recipe
We totally understand the love affair many people have with coffee, so why not indulge with this creamy dessert that tastes just like your favorite brew? Or take it up a notch even further and make it into a coffee leche flan cake?
Coconut Leche Flan Recipe
You've got to hand it to coconut for being so versatile it's fantastic in any form, including this luscious dessert with hints of coconut beneath the syrupy caramel.
Chocolate Leche Flan Recipe
Chocolate lovers, this one is for you. The creamy leche flan gets a revamp in flavor with its caramel getting a dose of chocolate.
Strawberry Leche Flan Recipe
You don't need unique ingredients to make a delicious dessert that tastes great and unique. This leche flan is made using flavored milk.
It's a common complaint that there is never enough leche flans at parties and get-togethers, so the solution to that is to make sure that you always have one for yourself this Noche Buena and make one of these delicious flavored leche flans for friends, family, and yourself too. After all, it's not the most joyous time of the year when you yourself haven't had enough of your favorite dessert.