Arroz con leche is one of the most comforting and delicious foods, (or drink), I grew up with. It translates to rice with milk and that is exactly what it is. Think of it as a Mexican rice pudding that is very simple but so satisfying. Growing up, my mom would make this arroz con leche in a way that would make it easy for us to drink and eat the rice. Just like many other dishes in Mexican cuisine, arroz con leche can be very different depending on where your family is from. Also, arroz con leche is not just Mexican but there are various other Latin countries that enjoy their own versions of it as well.CONTINUE READING
This Apple Cider Margarita is the perfect cocktail this holiday season. Really, it’s good for ANY season if you ask me! Made with only 3 simple ingredients there is really no excuse for you not to make this. It is great for entertaining, holiday meals, or just a regular ol’ Friday!
Apple cider is one of those things that automatically make you think of the holidays. It reminds me of going to an orchard and sipping on some hot apple cider while enjoying a delicious apple cider donut. Who doesn’t like an apple cider donut?! My favorite kind of apple cider is the spiced kind. There’s something so welcoming and satisfying about the warmness that comes from the cinnamon and spices.CONTINUE READING
This Frozen Strawberry Margaritas recipe is so simple and made with minimal ingredients. They are perfect on a hot summer day or just because you deserve one! It’s like an alcoholic smoothie, really. Therefore it’s good for you, right?!
Do you ever just crave a really good drink? Like something that you can probably only go out and have in a restaurant or bar because they’re that good and you just can’t remake it? Seeing as we are in the middle of a pandemic right now, (COVID-19 documented here for future readers), this may be a little hard. Well these frozen strawberry margaritas are definitely restaurant status and you can make them at home with a few simple ingredients!CONTINUE READING
Trust me when I say you are going to want these refreshing orange mango margaritas in your life. They are made using only real fruit juices, tequila, and topped with sparkling water for a little bubbly. Perfect for your Mexican feast or just because you deserve it!
When I want a cocktail at home I tend to want one like NOW! I really don’t want to mess with anything complicated or with too many ingredients or steps. Plug in these incredibly easy and tasty orange mango margaritas. They’re so easy you’re going to want to make them over and over again. Probably right after you finish one because it’s so good you’ll want another. Then before you know it it’s one tequila, two tequila, three tequila, FLOOR!CONTINUE READING
Ever had champurrado before? Have you even heard of it? Regardless of the champurrado status in your life, you need to try this. So cozy and comforting, this Mexican chocolate drink is out of this world.
Do you have that one drink that brings back memories? Something that, after the first sip, takes you back to something specific? This champurrado will always take me back to my grandma’s house on a Sunday. On a cold day my abuelita would make this delicious and cozy drink to enjoy after a delicious homemade meal. It also brings me back to my trips to Mexico and buying champurrado from a lady selling it on the street. Sounds sketchy, I know. However, that will always be some of the best champurrado I have ever had.CONTINUE READING
These margaritas have a slight tartness from the hibiscus tea and hint of sweetness from the ginger simple syrup. Perfect for a hot summer day or any day of the year when a Margarita is warranted. So pretty much always!
After a long week of work, or just because, there’s nothing like a delicious and satisfying margarita. The tequila with the tartness of the hibiscus tea, (Agua de Jamaica), is the best combo. What makes it perfect? The ginger simple syrup! You definitely don’t want to skip this step. You can use the simple syrup for various other drinks but it absolutely pairs great with the hibiscus.CONTINUE READING
Refreshing and incredible easy, this hibiscus flower tea is perfect for a hot summer day or just to quench your thirst any day of the year! Perfect to wash down some yummy tacos too 😉
If you’ve ever been to Mexico you probably have experienced, or at least seen, the street vendors selling aguas frescas from their carts. Typically they can be seen with a cart full of vitroleros, a very large container, with all kinds of different aguas frescas: lime, horchata, cantaloupe, and jamaica just to name a few. They are all so good, refreshing, and easy to make yourself!CONTINUE READING