Champorado with Cheese Recipe: Add a Twist with This Easy Hack – When In Manila

During the quarantine, the days go by in a blur, and we often lose track of time. Despite this, though, food remains to be a constant— not just breakfast, lunch, and dinner; but even the side snacks and merienda in-between.

Whether it’s for breakfast or merienda, champorado is a hearty meal to have. This sweet porridge is made with rice, chocolate, and your choice of either milk or coconut milk. Some pair it with dried fish— tuyo— for a salty contrast, while others pair it with pandesal to fill them up nicely. If you’re looking for a more creative spin on this classic, food blog Certified Foodies shares their take on this classic: Champorado with Cheese!

Photo from Certified Foodies

Made with Eden cheese and Cadbury chocolate, their champorado is rich and sweet; but with a salty and cheesy taste incorporated in the mix. It’s very easy to make, too! Check out their recipe here:

Cadbury Champorado with Eden Cheese

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