How many of these native sweet can you identify and at the same time miss? There's Pastillas in two forms - the rolled colorful ones and sliced tri-color. How about some Bandi? Called panocha in Luzon, this is made with peanuts and sugar clustering together until it "solidifies" as one. Another sweet treat is Bukayo which is a combination coconut meat and sugar. It comes in two forms - dry like the ones above and those "wet" one often found on top of suman latik. Completing the sweet picture are macapuno balls and puto-seko which are also among the popular native sweets and snacks.