Mr. Hat Gulaman: The Secret Ingredient to Cool Summer Dessert

Summer is a time for celebration, relaxation, and lots of fun under the sun, but as the temperatures continue to rise and the summer heat intensifies, so does the search for the perfect refreshing treat. What better way to enhance these moments than with a cool, colorful treat that everyone can enjoy? Whether you are craving for some halo-halo, sago’t gulaman, or fruit coolers, one ingredient stands out for its versatility – Mr. Hat Gulaman!

Mr Hat Gulaman

Mr. Hat Gulaman makes it easy to prepare vibrant desserts that are not only delicious but also visually appealing. From family picnics to beach parties, the array of flavors like orange, lychee, and strawberry ensures that there is a Mr. Hat Gulaman to match every occasion.

What Makes Mr. Hat Gulaman Stand Out?

Produced by Philippine-based food and beverage company Seanluc, Inc., Mr. Hat Gulaman is a premium product renowned for its quality and versatility. Its jelly powder, derived from natural seaweed extract, includes a blend of sugar, flavorings, and colorings.

With an extensive range featuring seven flavored and six unflavored options, Mr. Hat Gulaman invites you to explore a world of culinary creativity this summer. From the tropical zest of mango and buko pandan to the rich undertones of coffee, Mr. Hat Gulaman is the key to unlocking endless dessert possibilities. Economical and easy to use, it integrates smoothly into both time-honored recipes and bold, new creations.

Unlock the full potential of your summer desserts by trying out this easy to make and refreshing recipe using Mr. Hat Gulaman:

Mr. Hat Gulaman Milky Melon Gulaman
A light and creamy drink featuring melon-flavored gulaman cubes immersed in a mixture of melon-flavored drink, evaporated milk, and coconut milk. It’s a delightful, easy-to-make beverage that’s perfect for quenching thirst on a warm day.
Recipe By: Eliskitchenph
Estimated Cost: Php50.00
Serving: 4 Glasses

Mr Hat Gulaman Melon
Mr Hat Gulaman Melon

1 Sachet of Mr. Hat Gulaman Unflavored Orange
1 sachet of Melon Powdered Juice
150 ml of evaporated milk
1/4 cup of coconut milk

Procedure: For Gulaman
1. Dilute Mr. Hat Gulaman in 4 cups of water. Add 1/4 cup of sugar and stir very well until the sugar is dissolved.
2. Cook on the fire and wait to boil and transfer to your prepared pan. Set aside.
3. Cut the gulaman into cubes.

Milky Melon Gulaman
Milky Melon Gulaman

Milky Melon Gulaman
1. Dilute 1 sachet of Melon Powdered Juice in 750 ml of cold water.
2. Add evaporated milk or fresh milk and coconut milk then stir very well.
3. Add your sliced gulaman.
4. Add ice and enjoy the drinks.

Expert Tips for Perfect Gulaman Every Time

To ensure the best results when using Mr. Hat Gulaman, consider these tips from culinary experts:

  1. Always follow the package instructions for water ratios to ensure your gulaman sets perfectly. For a firmer jelly, slightly increase the amount of gulaman powder.
  2. Dissolve the powder completely in boiling water before adding any cold ingredients to avoid lumps.

Craving for even more Mr. Hat Gulaman refreshing summer coolers? Be sure to check out’s feature here for even more easy to do jelly recipes!

With Mr. Hat Gulaman, you have the secret ingredient to making any dessert stand out. Easy to prepare, delightful to taste, and fun to share, it brings a touch of sweetness to every occasion. Dive into the world of delicious, creative, and colorful desserts by following Mr. Hat Gulaman on Tiktok (@mrhatgulaman) and on Facebook (@mrhatgulaman). Remember, para pampalamig ng ulo at katawan, #NasaHatKoYan!

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Marjorie Uy

Marjorie Uy is the wifey in the tandem. She is passionate about food, recipes, cook books and dessert is her favorite part of the meal! She's a coffee person. She loves to cook and has collected recipe books for more than 15 years now; the latest is entitled "Everything Peanut Butter" Jonel gave her on their wedding day. She used to work as a Civilian Nurse in a military hospital and as NCLEX Coach for a U.S based company. Today, she's a full-time housewife and blogging become her hobby.

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