Caramel Custard Mexican Flan Recipe - Food.com
This is a traditional Mexican and Spanish dessert and by far my favorite. It is very easy to make and looks beautiful.
Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies (Chocolate Snickerdoodles)
Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies (Chocolate Snickerdoodles) from The Food Charlatan. These Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies could also be called Chocolate Snickerdoodles. A moist and tender chocolate cookie, with slightly crisp edges and a perfectly crackly top, rolled in cinnamon sugar for the perfect chocolate-cinnamon combo! #cinnamon #chocolate #cookie #easy #fast #nochill #abuelita #kids #recipe #dessert #Christmas #hotchocolate #baking #sugar #cookietray
Mexican Bread Pudding (Capirotada)
This dessert, layered with cheese and soaked in a piloncillo syrup, a type of brown sugar used in Mexican cooking, is a traditional Lenten feast dish.
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So, it was Mexican night at small group and Hubby-kun and I searched the web for some dessert ideas. We found this from MexicanDessertRecip...
The Hungry Hounds— Mexican Chocolate Custard Cake
Mexican Chocolate Custard Cake is our favorite chocolate cake. This fabulous cake is flourless, supremely decadent, dead simple to make, and perfectly balances the subtle spiciness of ancho and cinnamon with a dark fudgy texture. But perhaps the most eloquent endorsement: &
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Easy Mexican Fried Ice Cream (with Recipe Video!)
An easy to make Mexican Fried Ice Cream without any actual frying. Cold creamy ice cream coated with cinnamon sugar, and a crispy cinnamon breading. Top with chocolate and whipped cream for the ultimate dessert!
Mexican Pumpkin Empanadas Recipe & History
For most Mexican-American families Pumpkin Empanadas are at the top of the dessert list for Thanksgiving and Christmas. A hand pie filled with sweet pumpkin.
Sopaipillas (Mexican Dessert)
If you have never had sopaipillas, stop now and make this simple dessert. Every culture has some type of fried dough recipe and this is the Latin version. The fried dough puffs up nice and fluffy. Once fried, they're coated in a cinnamon sugar mixture and drizzled with honey. So simple and delicious!