What’s up guys? In this video we’re gonna show you how to make polvoron! Polvoron is a crumbly Filipino powdered milk candy that’s super easy to make and is usually eaten during the holidays… but you can eat it any time! To make polvoron. You’re first going to need to lightly toast some cake flour. Take one cup of cake flour and pour it into a pan over medium-high heat. And then continuously stir the cake flour for several minutes, so it doesn’t burn. Depending on how hot your pan is, it should become a super light toasted brown color within 5 to 7 minutes. When it’s done take your toasted cake flour and sift it into a mixing bowl. You can use a serving spoon to help push the cake flour through your strainer. Afterwards add in 1 and 1/2 cups of powdered milk. Followed by half a cup of white sugar. Next just thoroughly mix everything together. At this point it’s time to melt some butter. In a new small pot drop in half a cup of salted butter over medium to medium-high heat. Continuously move your stick of butter around in your pot. When your butter is completely melted, immediately turn off your stove and then pour it into your dry mixture. And mix everything really well. If you want you can use your hands and just squish everything together, or you can use our preferred method and use a rice paddle to mix it all. Now all you have to do is mold your polvoron! We’re also going to be wrapping ours, so we prepared a couple cellophane wrappers. It’s a little hard to see them because they’re transparent, but they’re there! To shape your polvoron you’re going to need to use a special polvron molder like this one. If you don’t have one, we have a link in the description if you’re looking to get one! First what you want to do, is fill your mold with polvoron mix and press it against the side of your mixing bowl. You want a little bit extra coming out of the mold because you’ll have to compress it and it helps to have a little extra. Just take your mold full of polvoron mix and firmly apply continuous pressure against it onto your plate while sliding it around. Do this for a couple seconds or so or until it feels compact. Pro tip, after you mold your polvoron, tilt your mold on one of its edges while pressing it against your plate and simultaneously tilt and rotate the edges so that you end up trimming off the excess. Next just diagonally position your polvoron over one of your cellophane wrappers and push it out of the mold. Repeat this process until you’ve used all of your polvoron mixture. When you’re done, it’s time to start wrapping them! Simply take two opposite corners of your cellophane wrapper and press them against each other. Then fold them over like so, two to three times, so that you have a nice little strip going across your polvoron. Afterwards twist the right and left sides of your wrapper, and you’ve wrapped your first polvoron! Now just wrap the rest of your polvoron. When wrapping your polvoron, it’s important that you use a cellophane wrapper that can hold its shape and not unravel when you twist the ends. If you’re having trouble finding some, we have a link in the description below. Typically Filipinos like to use colored cellophane wrappers, but these transparent ones were the only ones that we could find, so we just had to make do! We recommend letting them sit for a little bit so that the butter can firm up and won’t crumble all over the place when you try to bite into it. It’s talagang tasty!