Gulaman in kiwi corn dessert

Holidays! Are you looking for an easy dessert for your kids, friends, or even just for you?

This is a new twist on using Gulaman. Who would have thought that putting kiwi fruit and sweet corn alongside Gulaman could be turned into such a tasty dessert? It’s a perfect blend of textures and flavors. When you take a bite you experience the crispness of the sweet corn combined with the softness and a bit of crispness from the kiwi as well!  

Most people peel their kiwi, but in this recipe, we leave the skin on because it is where much of the vitamins and minerals are contained. The skin is what gives it the crispness! I know it sounds like a completely odd concoction, but when you taste the sweetness and a tad bit of sourness, you will soon become a fan of this dessert.

In addition to the exceptional flavors just from the kiwi and corn, we certainly can’t leave out the aromatic smell of perfume that the white-lychee, Gulaman, puts off. All in all, you can enjoy this dessert anytime you like, it is simple, inexpensive, and yummy.


1 sachet of gulaman (white-lychee flavor)

1-2 kiwi fruits (sliced)

4 cups of water

1 can of sweetened condensed milk (medium size)

1 can of sweet corn (small size)th


  1. In a pan, pour 4 cups of water, add 1 sachet of gulaman to a 100 temperature heat and continue stirring until it’s thick. Do not stop stirring until it is done or otherwise the gulaman mixture will turn into thick mixture or bubbles.
  2. To check if it is ready, pour one tbsp of gulaman mixture into a saucer with water on it, then you can tell if it is ready because the gulaman and the water will not combine and also too of its sticky texture.
  3. In a clean canister, pour gulaman to your desired level, sprinkle some sweet corn on top, and then add slices of kiwi fruits. Refrigerate for 20 minutes or more. This dessert will last for one week or eat as much as early.

Leave a comment below if you tried this!

Enjoy Pinays!

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