Pan de Muerto’ / ‘Day of the Dead Bread’ is one of the most iconic traditions of Mexican culture. It is prepared every 1st and 2nd day of November. The top of the bread represents a skull and the sides represent bones. It’s sweet and tangy since it’s prepared with orange blossom extract & orange zest.
A tropical twist on the traditional cheese cake and one of the best desserts you can make if mangos are in season. Enjoy with a coffee or hot tea.
This dessert is perfect for any family or friends gathering. It’s easy to make and requires just a few ingredients. You will love it for the sweet and tart flavour, it’s super refreshing!
Churros were brought to Latin America by the Spaniards who shared this tasty treasure with Mexico and the rest of the colonies in centre and south America. Churros were a popular pastry among Spanish sheep herders who used to make them while attending their “churras’ sheeps”. They ideated a pastry that was easy to make outdoors with just a few ingredients, using a pan and some oil. As you can guess the name came from “churras’ sheeps” and the curve form of their horns.
This sweet carrot cake is rich in fiber thanks to the oats, carrots and nuts. Forget about the frosting and have this cake for breakfast with a warm cup of coffee or tea, have it instead of your traditional pancakes.