How to Make a Filipino Fruitcake Recipe As Made By Cheska Bacaltos • Tasty

  • Published on Dec 27, 2018
  • Cheska’s family from the Philippines makes this easy and yummy fruitcake every year for the holidays. Learn how you can make this Pinoy fruitcake yourself!
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Comments • 473

  • Jans YT Surfer
    Jans YT Surfer 2 months ago

    Filipinos always have long af christmas preparations
    halloween in my neighborhood just isn’t a thing and when november hits the calendar the christmas countdown has already gone halfway through cuz that we just countdown from- idk, the beginning of october
    everybody must already be sleep deprived yet hyped on the night of christmas eve and other festive celebrations (i can’t actually sleep, tinadtad ng wagas talaga yung tansan at naparami yung nanghihingi sa magkakapitbahay namin)
    then y’know christmas happens

  • chinitonamoreno
    chinitonamoreno 3 months ago

    Notice on tge right side, a handwritten recipe. Typical filipino mom thing when cooking. :)

  • steve green
    steve green 4 months ago

    What makes this fruit cake Filipino?

  • Angela Ianne
    Angela Ianne 5 months ago

    I've never heard of a Filipino fruit cake before.

  • jumeirah marcial
    jumeirah marcial 6 months ago

    I am Filipino and proud to see a Filipino Recipe

  • sanjay Byregowda
    sanjay Byregowda 7 months ago

    I hate fruit cake

  • Marilu Sindol
    Marilu Sindol 7 months ago

    I believe that your version of filipino fruit cake is delicious.

  • brightstars
    brightstars 7 months ago

    Am I the only Filipino that doesn't like fruit cake?

  • EG P
    EG P 8 months ago

    It's gummy bear cake!!

  • Umut Özgür Çabuk
    Umut Özgür Çabuk 8 months ago

    Isnt 2hour 15min little too much? I think my oven would burn that cake

  • simay eva çınar
    simay eva çınar 8 months ago

    I love fruit cake tho

  • Markitoz
    Markitoz 8 months ago

    Pan dulce / Panetone
    LATINO 💪

  • ❤Zayla❤
    ❤Zayla❤ 8 months ago

    I hate getting crunch in sweet food except in kinder bueno

  • Jerie Liza Coronel
    Jerie Liza Coronel 8 months ago


  • Johansel Benjamin Santos Moya

    No entendí nada pero me gustó 😂😂

  • nicolett;;
    nicolett;; 8 months ago

    esta hueá es como el pan de pascua, conhetumare.

  • Ihaveno Money
    Ihaveno Money 8 months ago

    My favourite fruit thing when I eat with my family, is creamy Filipino fruit salad. Or when I had nothing to do, just go down to the end of the street and get some Turon or puto bumbong, or getting banana-que.. ahhh!! Just talking about this makes me hungry.

  • Laureth Galichi
    Laureth Galichi 8 months ago

    So happy 😍 i've been waiting for a Filipino producer 😘

  • blue2pinetree 147
    blue2pinetree 147 8 months ago

    I'm filipino!

  • Ezha Exta
    Ezha Exta 8 months ago

    I do not believe that people are actually giving out their grandmas recipes...

  • Six Yellow Zebras
    Six Yellow Zebras 8 months ago

    So glad the Filipino culture is being featured!

  • Apple Song
    Apple Song 8 months ago

    I want the recipe sooooo bad

  • Tia Darling
    Tia Darling 8 months ago

    Fruit cake originated in Europe, to be really specific England, its white people food. Has nothing to do with Filipino at all. Honestly you basically said Mexican sushi or English Tacos or African ramen.

  • Random Randomer
    Random Randomer 8 months ago

    Pass... I’ll stick to banana bread

  • Jazmine Reyna
    Jazmine Reyna 8 months ago

    I'm 83,492nd!

  • Tarou Priapus
    Tarou Priapus 8 months ago

    I didnt see brandy and molasses. Youre supposed to brush it with rum mixture

  • UkiyaSenpai
    UkiyaSenpai 8 months ago

    There's some brandy and Star Margarine to make it bright~!

  • SweetTooth
    SweetTooth 8 months ago


  • Neko Noir
    Neko Noir 8 months ago

    Ugh!! So Happy and So proud with this Vid. Fruit Cake!!!💗💗😁
    -Filipino here😁😁

  • PaskaPaulLV
    PaskaPaulLV 8 months ago

    Fruit: good
    Cake: good
    Fruitcake: not good

  • trudisify
    trudisify 8 months ago

    please make bibingka for tastyyy

  • Life with Kayla
    Life with Kayla 8 months ago

    That looks likes something I would try. COOL

  • Gilliana Pangilan
    Gilliana Pangilan 8 months ago

    If you want to taste a bit more of the wine in it, you can keep the raisins and other dried fruits in the wine.. Possibly for a few days even! My mom keeps the dried fruits for minimum of a week in the wine.. But as she said, different families means different recipies

  • Mercury
    Mercury 8 months ago

    How many people are here just because you're hungry

  • SC
    SC 8 months ago

    im *filipino* but i dont know this *cake* lmao 😂

  • Adila Nursyuhada Mazlan

    Very fancy fruitcake with whipped egg white into batter

  • MC Kasandeula
    MC Kasandeula 8 months ago

    Simple lang naman ako.. Nakita ko yung salitang Filipino, pumindot kaagad ako

  • Julianne Rosell
    Julianne Rosell 8 months ago

    I'm a filipino but i never thought fruitcakes existed and i never ever tasted one before :/

  • Gabriela
    Gabriela 8 months ago

    you should try panettone

  • Věra Kuntová
    Věra Kuntová 8 months ago

    Kčemu je mi recept když není v češtině

  • Fajar Febryanto
    Fajar Febryanto 8 months ago

    I dare u guys to make beef rendang

  • Ayla S.
    Ayla S. 8 months ago

    We make fruitcake 2 months before christmas. October, when we soak the fruits in rum. November, where we actually bake the cake, keep it in the fridge and everyday we brush it with a mixture of rum and molasses. Ugh wish I didn't eat my share of it too soon!!!

  • Mr bong Petallo
    Mr bong Petallo 8 months ago

    i miss the christmas spirit here at the ph : (

  • katierosefun
    katierosefun 8 months ago

    Is anyone else really loving how different people of different ethnicities are showing their holiday recipes?

  • Gacha Chelai게이머 걸
    Gacha Chelai게이머 걸 8 months ago +1

    am filipino:)
    i loveeee bibinca

  • Euna Florien Manzano
    Euna Florien Manzano 8 months ago

    *Filipinos represent!

  • Joanna Mariblanca
    Joanna Mariblanca 8 months ago

    What's an asian not so asian meal box?

  • God's Disciple
    God's Disciple 8 months ago

    I'm a Filipino, but I never tried this one

  • Take Buddy Gyal
    Take Buddy Gyal 8 months ago

    Trinidad and Tobago we call that sweet bread.....

  • Lolipie
    Lolipie 8 months ago

    Too bad here in the Philippines 2018 ... We didn't feel christmas ... No lights ... No noise ... It was just like an ordinary day 😢😢

  • Lisa Long
    Lisa Long 8 months ago

    Thank you for sharing!! I'm definitely going to save this recipe and make it very soon!!

  • Jeryk's Animals
    Jeryk's Animals 8 months ago

    Omg you don't even KNOW how I love christmas. Here in the philippines, there are alot ofthings I don't like, at least 50%

  • Sophie Banaag
    Sophie Banaag 8 months ago

    *plays Fruitcake by Eraserheads on repeat after watching this video*

  • Jordan Ciera Williamson

    I’m Filipino and never had Filipino fruitcake....

  • Unknown User
    Unknown User 8 months ago

    Its kinda sad that they posted a Christmas food *AFTER CHRISTMAS*

  • iam Red
    iam Red 8 months ago

    More Filipino food contents cheska! Yieeeee... pa-autograph! 😁😁😁 You and Rie are now my favorite Tasty producer!

  • ken shiro
    ken shiro 8 months ago +2

    _How about?.. French Chef makes Leche Flan_

  • Oliver Pabilona
    Oliver Pabilona 8 months ago

    Weird. I'm from the Philippines and fruit cake is not popular here at all (at least where I'm at). Baked goods aren't popular here because common household doesn't have an oven. So our recipes are limited to steaming, frying, or even cooking with charcoal.

  • Erin Walker
    Erin Walker 8 months ago

    This is a fruit cake, I would eat!

  • Duck Bungalow
    Duck Bungalow 8 months ago

    Pass him the D and promise him breast implants?!