Buko Pandan Jelly

A quick and easy refreshment anyone can make to serve in the middle of a hot day. This buko pandan jelly is better served the cold using affordable ingredients.

Buko Pandan Jelly
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Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

Kitchen Utensils you need!

To make this Filipino style gulaman dessert, you will be needing these necessary kitchen tools :

  • Pot
  • Spatula
  • Stainless-steel tray (or any plate to use when cooling down the gulaman mixture)
  • Knife

Buko Pandan Jelly’s primary ingredients – Gulaman Powder Buko Pandan Flavor, Condensed Milk, and Kremdensada

Buko Pandan Jelly is a popular recipe that can be made with only a few ingredients. To prepare this dish, you'll need the three ingredients listed above. The most important ingredient in this recipe is gulaman powder with buko pandan flavor. Gulaman powder also comes in a variety of flavors, including coffee jelly, ube, and mango. If you like, you may also try these other flavors. One of the main ingredients in this dessert is condensed milk and kremdensada. These are included to give the recipe a satisfying flavor. For the sweetness, a mixture of evaporated milk, condensed milk, and all-purpose cream can also be used.

Cooking Tips

  • To achieve the desired jelly consistency, continually stir the powder poured into the pot. The jelly should be stirred smoothly to avoid thickening.
  • Leave the jelly to set for a few hours so you can have that sweet, delightful dessert.
  • If you want to explore, you may blend the buko pandan flavor with various flavors. Many Filipino vendors used this to enhance their desserts more taste.
  • You may also use a mixture of evaporated milk, condensed milk, and all-purpose cream as a sweetener.


  • 25g gulaman powder buko pandan flavor
  • 1 can of condensed milk
  • 1 can of kremdensada
  • 4 cups of water


  1. In a pot, boil four (4) cups of water.

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  2. When it has finally reached its boiling point, pour the gulaman powder into the pot and stir constantly so it does not thicken.

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  3. Remove it from the heat after it has achieved a sticky consistency and place it on a cooling tray.

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  4. Let the gulaman solidify and cut it into cubes.

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  5. Add the condensed milk and kremdensada to the gulaman and mix. Allow it to get cold in the refrigerator for a few minutes.

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  6. Serve immediately in a cup and enjoy!

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Buko Pandan Jelly as a dessert in the Philippines

Buko pandan jelly is a famous Filipino dessert, especially among students. This dessert was always eaten by Filipino students as an afternoon snack, complemented with banana turon or camote cue. After class, they usually buy buko pandan jelly, which is offered as one of the options in several street foods in the Philippines.