Easter Celebration with Habichuelas Con Dulce 

A Traditional Dominican Dish


Habichuelas Con Dulce is a chilled and satisfying sweet dessert that originates from the Dominican Republic. This creamy treat is infused with a delightful blend of spices and rich coconut flavors. Best of all, it's incredibly simple to prepare, making it a quick and easy dessert option.

What Is Habichuelas Con Dulce

This dessert is primarily made from red beans, a few winter spices, coconut milk, batata, evaporated milk, raisins, salt, and sugar. It is an incredibly easy dessert to make from scratch.

Variations For This Dominican Sweet Beans

You can  make my recipe completely vegan by using plant-based dairy products. It will also make it more suitable for people who are lactose-intolerant.

What Do You Need To Make My Habuchuelas Con Dulce Recipe

The first is red beans. It is the traditional option, but you can also use pinto beans. They are relatively easy to find and don’t take as long to cook.


– To finish this Habichuelas Con Dulce recipe, add the remaining ingredients; sugar, coconut milk, evaporated milk, leche Condensada, salt, cinnamon sticks, cloves, and the pre-cooked batata, to the cooking blended bean mixture. – Then, over medium-low heat, allow the mixture to cook for about 20-25minutes. It shouldn't simmer or boil.

How Many Calories Does Habichuelas Con Dulce Have

One serving (1 cup) of your average cream of beans with coconut recipe contains about 415 calories.

What Can You Serve With This Dominican Sweet Bean Dish

Habichuelas Con Dulce is served with milk crackers or milk cookies.