This coconut atole recipe is yet another pleasant option to the already broad family of atoles in existence. Mexico, as well as central america, have enjoyed this comforting beverage for centuries
Atole de nuez recipe is a soothing traditional Mexican beverage that’s silky smooth and combines great balanced flavors in a mug.
Mexican champurrado is so popular in Mexico and a go to when it comes to hot beverages. Mexican food is delicious in every corner, and champurrado just adds to the repertoire of an already flavorful menu. It is popularly paired with tamales or just a flour tortilla in some instances. It’s always a special occasion to enjoy a corn masa champurrado, but whatever the choice, it will be delicious!
Horchata is a classic! a delicious, creamy, rice beverage kissed by a touch of vanilla extract. Picture the flavors of horchata paired with strawberries. And, in return you get a drink that resembles the flavors of ice cream. In fact, this agua fresca is not only delicious but also, easy to make. Love Horchata? this recipe is a win win situation.
Mangonada and pepinada are two very similar frozen drinks. Depending on the drink, a flavored sorbet is paired with chamoy, tajin and fruit to create a burst of flavor. It’s a celebration of flavors and there is no doubt mangos, cucumbers and chamoy were meant for each other. So delicious!
Making cucumber agua fresca is incredibly easy, delicious and refreshing. The cooling effect from the mint and fresh flavor from the lime juice makes it the perfect summer time drink. It truly makes you fall in love with the joys of Mexican flavors.
A good cup of coffee in the morning is a routine for many. But, what if I told you that in the old days people would have a pot brewing coffee all day long. The weather didn’t matter; wether it was hot, humid, or cold, coffee was a must. What makes this cafe de olla unique is the way it is made using a clay pot. I want to share with you this wonderful recipe that reminds me of my beautiful Mexico in the state of Michoacán.
Champurrado is a hot, creamy and thick Mexican chocolate drink. This drink is warm and cozy, perfect for this winter season or any time of the year.
Agua de Jamaica “Flor de jamaica” is the Spanish translation for “hibiscus flower”. Agua de jamaica is one of the most popular refreshments sold in Mexico and are displayed beautifully, on both, the menu and display table. Hibiscus agua is refreshing and its tart, tangy…
Horchata ranks highly in my kitchen and around the world. This refreshing sweet creamy drink has won many hearts. As for me, I grew up enjoying this beverage because It was everywhere! At the local market, restaurants, taquerias and most importantly at a place I call home. There are so many variations and flavors, tents where actually set up to sell these fresh waters. Horchata continues to gain popularity and its refreshing qualities captivate new generations.