Turn champorado, the Filipino porridge made with chocolate and rice, into no-bake fudge bars you can snack on any time of the day. Toasted pinipig forms a toothsome rice layer mixed—and topped!—with dark chocolate.
What is Pinipig?
You can think of pinipig as Filipino rice crispies. Made from flattened and roasted immature sticky rice (malagkit) grains, it is often used as a crispy component in Filipino snacks like halo-halo, polvoron, and bibingka.