Peaches and cream

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

33 Responses

  1. mel says:

    miss connie, i make this dessert all the time. :)perhaps you’d like to try my version–i blend the peaches with the cream/milk mixture. :)

  2. Connie says:

    Ooohh, that sounds good. I wonder if you’ve heard of mango pudding? It’s similar to what you describe. A little gelatin, cream and pureed mangoes?

  3. Renato says:

    Hello Miss Connie,
    Like you, I prefer the cream filling of this particular dessert to be custard-like, similar to the cream-cheese filling of tiramisu.
    Would it be possible to freeze it for storage, then thaw before serving and still have the same velveety texture?
    I would want to make this in advance for New Year but would need to keep it in my chest freezer because I have no more space in my ref.
    Thanks so much for the wonderful recipes and tips!

  4. Connie says:

    Renato, freezing cream gives it a grainy texture when thawed, and the water separates from the cream solids. You can prepare it and keep it covered with cling film in the coldest part of the fridge. It keeps for three days.

  5. mel says:

    i haven’t tried making mango pudding miss connie but i would love to try that soon. :) i always order that dessert from chinese restaurants but they often serve it with a ‘sauce’, which, if i’m not mistaken, is chilled evaporated milk. ayoko masyado because it has an after-taste.

  6. qdchair says:

    Hi Ms. Connie,
    Tanong ko lang kasi wala ako nakikitang all purpose cram dito sa US. un ba ung Nestle cream na nasa lata? thank you so much!

  7. Connie says:

    mel, there is a version that has no sauce. saw it in Food Safari, tried it but I wasn’t successful with my first try. Maybe in the summer when mangoes are in season, I’ll try again.

    qdchair, yes, that’s it. :)

  8. Nikita says:

    Hi Connie. I get Nestle cream in tetra bricks; is that equivalent to 1 cup or 2 cups na?

  9. Ging says:

    Hi Miss Connie,
    I really enjoy your website, lots of great ideas. Just wondering if you know how to make Cathedral Windows? This dessert has a lot of different flavors of gelatin mixed together. I remember this from my childhood but nobody in my family know how to make it.

  10. Connie says:

    Nikita, that’s one cup.

    Ging, click here.

  11. lynn says:

    tanong ko lang po anong pwedeng substitute sa all purpose cream kasi wala po nito dito sa u.s. salamat po

  12. Connie says:

    lynn, I think they call it single cream in the US.

  13. soloops says:

    Happy New Year, Ms. Connie!

    You two recipes (lapu-lapu with pineapple sauce and this peaches and cream recipe) that I tried during the holidays received the highest compliments from our guests. I was so high on the praises that I volunteered to do the peaches and cream for my Ate who’s busy taking care of her baby now that she’s yaya-less. I just added a layer of gelatin bec. a nephew requested for it.

    Hats off to you then, Ms. Connie.And Thanks!

  14. Ging says:

    Salamat po Ms. Connie and keep the yummy dishes and deserts coming!

  15. sharon says:

    Hi Ms. Connie,

    I made this yummy treat last New Year’s eve – and naubos! It was easy. I was able to buy Nestle Cream (Table cream?) from a local Fil. store. I did as directed however, it didn’t turned out the way it did in your photos. =( hindi firm yung filling. Well, it was on the outside, but once na cut na, medyo ‘labsak’ or ‘matubig’ ang dating, that it had to be spooned out instead. I chilled the milk and cream several hours and chilled the finished product overnight pa before serving…what could have I done wrong? Also, prior to getting the Nestle Cream, I bought heavy whipping cream, can i use that (since I don’t want it to go to waste) instead of Nestle’s cream? I’d like to try again…=)

  16. zynnie says:

    I’m also looking for all purpose cream here in the US. You mentioned single cream, but I’m still not sure what that is- is it like heavy cream or whipping cream? Also, mangos here are not so… um tasty, but I just bought some berries. I’m very excited to try this.

    Thanks for the posts, Ms. Connie. Checking your site has become part of my daily routine :)

  17. melisa says:

    Hi Ma’am! Happy New Year! I tried the peaches and cream, but instead of using just condensed milk I used caramel. (idea also came from you… hehe) I read your entry on how to turn condensed milk into caramel and i did it. It looks good with the marble effect created by the caramel mixed with the cream and tastes good as well… Thanks po for all the recipe and the inspiration to serve good food.

  18. Connie says:

    Hi Melisa, my gosh that must have looked fabulous! I’m going to do that too!!! Thank you!

  19. melisa says:

    Yeah it did look fabulous and my husband was so amazed with what I made. hehe… he’s not a big fan of peaches and caramel, but when he saw how the peaches and cream looks like di sya nakatiis… Sabi nga nya, “masarap pala, gawa ka ulit nito, mangga naman.” Thanks for all the great recipes. More power to and to all pinoycooks…

  20. soloops says:


    May I ask where I can locate that article about how to turn condensed milk into caramel? My daughter’s birthday is coming up and after the peaches and cream success, I’m excited to try this one too, this time with caramel.

    Thanks and more power!

  21. soloops says:

    Thank you, Ms. Connie!

  22. jojo says:

    My family love to eat esp my husband like. dessert
    And I will try this recipe first time I check your website Ms.Connie and I collect cookbook and go online. keep us the giving simple and fabulous recipe. thx

  23. Cynch says:

    omg ms connie! This is the recipe i’ve been looking for all this time. Red ribbon once had it but now they don’t sell it anymore. I’ll try this promiseand i’ll get back to you for the result. Sure it’s going to be very good because it’s your recipe. Thanks a lot and lot and lots.

  24. cindy says:

    hi miss connie! you have such an inspiring website.
    i wanna try this recipe for my hubby’s bday.
    ilan po ang yield ng recipe na to?
    thanks so much for all your effort in putting this up.
    More power!

  25. Connie says:

    10 to 12 servings, cindy.

  26. Jaimie says:

    un lang pala ung secret para maging firm yung cream or at least may body. kasi i thought na gelatine ung secret..

    thanks ms. connie for that tip..; )

  27. Monica Lam says:

    Hi Connie, I chilled [not in the freezer] the condensed milk and Nestle cream. When I wanted to pour the cream and stirred it with the condensed milk, it was very creamy like ice-cream. After mixed properly, I poured it onto the crust. Chilled for 1 day, the cream still like liquid form. Can you please tell me what’s the problem? Awaiting for your soonest reply. Thanks.

  28. lhen says:

    hi ms. connie, just tried the peaches and cream tonight as part of my new year’s eve menu, will chilled it until the media noche feast..

    but i modified the recipe, since i didn’t find any crushed graham at the groceries, was looking for it yesterday and this afternoon but the grocery was out of stock, so i resort to crushing a broas, since i already used it before for a desert i learned from giada laurente’s everyday italian.. did all the process in ur recipe.. hope it still taste great.. will let u know about it once we got a taste of it..

    will also used other recipes here like your roast pork, bbq ribs and clam soup.. can’t wait..

    thanks and i really love ur recipes..
    happy new year!