Five Gen Z-approved tips to create awesome content with the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G

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As a generation that grew up with technology, members of Gen Z have naturally developed a knack for content creation, with many going on to achieve massive fame on various social media platforms. They’ve shared aesthetic photos on Instagram, showcased their lives on YouTube, and flaunted their wacky side on TikTok. Many have found viral success through dance challenges, comedic skits, or mini-vlogs, proving just how creative and talented this generation is when it comes to content creation. While Gen Z seems to have an innate eye and love for content creation, it is still a competitive game to level up on social media. To keep up, here are a few tips that can easily be done using a reliable smartphone packed with features that are sure to help everyone create more awesome content. Seize the light. Content creation usually starts with finding ideal topics and visuals that most Gen Zs can relate to. Whatever topic you decide to go w

Home-Made Pastillas (Milk Bars)

I always make it a point that I am the one who prepare for my daughter's snack for school. Its either sandwiches or sliced hotdogs or some biscuits. I don't allow her to bring money to school, not unless she have to pay for something. But these past few days, my Nanay started giving her coins of small denominations, 1 peso and 5 peso coins. Little girl is always happy every time her grandma gave her coins. She gets to buy a piece of pastillas. Her latest favorite. 
Pastillas de Leche are sweet milk candies that are usually served for dessert. An authentic recipe will require the use of Carabao's milk (water buffalo) and cooking is also necessary.

But what I have here is a no-cook recipe. I found this easy-to-make-no-cook pastillas recipe online. 



INGREDIENTS:
  1. 2 cups powdered milk
  2. 1 can, 14 oz condensed milk 
  3. white sugar for coating


HOW TO PREPARE PASTILLAS:

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    • Combine powdered milk and condensed milk. Mix and blend evenly using a spoon.
    • Set aside for 10-15 minutes.
    • Shape into balls or mini logs.


  • Wrap the pastillas in a cellophane or food paper. 
*If you don't like wrapping, shape into balls and insert a toothpick at the center.

After finishing this, someone's really happy to see lots of yummy pastillas balls.

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