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Well, I am saying Mexican dessert or cake recipe, but according to many sources, including Wikipedia, although soaked-cake desserts were known in Mexico in the 19th century already, this particular cake became famous all through Latin America sometimes during the 20th century, mostly due to the fact that a recipe for it was printed on the Nestle sweetened condensed milk can labels.
While it proved very difficult to find a recipe in English/German/Romanian for this particular Bezowy cake that would resemble the wonderful cake we had eaten in Poland, I stumbled upon a recipe for a Polish version of the Mexican cake.
Hello! Where Is My Spoon is a blog where you will find delicious and family friendly recipes, all made from scratch. From simple healthy soups to sumptuous cakes for special occasions, all our recipes have been tried and loved by our family and our friends.
Every culture puts a unique spin on desserts and sweet treats and Mexican culture is no different! They have many dessert recipes that are bold with flavor and perfectly sweet to keep you wanting more!
Below are some of the best Mexican desserts that you may or may not have heard of. If you see one that catches your eye, give it a try and you'll see why Mexican desserts are internationally loved!
Churros are crunchy sticks of dough that are deep-fried and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. Our churro recipe uses dough made with cinnamon, fresh eggs, delicious vanilla, and sweet sugar.
Flan is a thick egg-based custard that is smothered in a sweet caramel sauce. It is a very common dessert amongst many Hispanic cultures and has recently gained traction in the United States.
Cherry empanadas are filled with thick cherry filling and fried until the outside is golden brown and crispy. These handheld desserts are great for on-the-go activities!
Dulce de leche is a thick milk candy that is used in many desserts as toppings or fillings and it is also eaten by itself. This milk candy is made with sweetened condensed milk that is heated until it becomes caramelized.
If you like trying new sweets and treats, we invite you to try one of the Mexican desserts that are listed above! Let us know which recipe you chose and how it turned out in the comments below!
Angela is an at home chef that developed a passion for all things cooking and baking at a young age in her Grandma's kitchen. After many years in the food service industry, she now enjoys sharing all of her family favorite recipes and creating tasty dinner and amazing dessert recipes here at Bake It With Love!
Hi there, I'm Angela! I am an avid vintage cookbook collector, recipe creator, animal lover, and total foodie. I love sharing recipes that are new, fun, and creative as well as great classic recipes just like my Grandma used to make!
These Sopapilla Cheesecake Bars, inspired by the Mexican dessert called sopapillas, have a sweet, creamy cheesecake filling tucked between 2 crescent roll pastry sheets, and are topped with butter, cinnamon, and sugar and drizzled with honey.
Based on the above description and photo, it is no surprise that Sopapilla Cheesecake Bars make a crowd-pleasing dessert that is popular at potlucks, picnics, parties, reunions, and get-togethers of all kinds. In addition to being extremely popular, it is super easy to make.
One of the differences in my recipe compared to some other popular ones is that I use 3 packages of cream cheese instead of 2 to give it a little extra creamy cheesecake goodness and to make the cheesecake layer a little thicker.
Having a work party tomorrow with a fajita bar. I think these would go perfect as a dessert. Worried about crescent roll getting soggy.. Can I make ahead & refrigerate overnight If so, how long before should I take them out Serve chilled or at room temp
We're calling this recipe Ridiculously Easy Mexican Churro Cake because it's so quick and easy to put together that it falls into our category of recipes we call our Ridiculously Easy Collection. If you're looking for recipes that will make you look like a kitchen rock star with minimal effort on your part, just click on the link above and you'll see the whole delicious line-up.
This recipe is actually a close cousin to our French Grandmother Lemon Yogurt Cake. If you've made that one or any of our other adaptations, like our French Butter Cake or our French Almond Cake or Grammy's Chocolate Yogurt Cake, you know how easy it is! If not, this is how the basic recipe works:
Hello! We really enjoyed this cake. Thank you for sharing it! I was wondering if you think doubling this recipe and putting it in a 9x13x2 would work. I was thinking I could use a parchment sling to remove it from the pan. (). I need to make cake(s) for around 60 folks at church and thought they might enjoy this. Thanks for your thoughts.
Hi Suzy, I haven't tested this recipe in a 9x13 but I would think it should work fine. I think you might be better to just line the bottom with parchment paper then turn it out onto a cooling rack. I would be concerned that the parchment sling might not be strong enough and the cake could break. Been there, done that!
We're going to try this one tonight. I've made your French butter cake several times already. We are completely addicted. Quick question step number 4 for the cake. You say remove half a cup of the batter then in (you have at least one cup. So do we do the half cup or the one cup Absolutely love all of your recipes. Thank you for sharing!
I made this yesterday to serve at my Mexican themed dinner for my book club. I am an experienced baker, but I really didn't think this could be called ridiculously easy except for mixing the cake batter. Your instructions and pictorials were very helpful. I had a 9\" pan and checked it at 25 with the thermometer...what a great idea. I had to give it another 3 minutes.. The main reason I don't feel it is easy especially for a novice baker is here are a lot of steps to the recipe and it took quite a lot of time to make. But it was very good and all of us enjoyed it so I gave it 5 stars.
Hello and Happy Sunday!I just love your recipes and your emails! I will be having family for an Easter Egg Hunt and I have just added this beautiful cake to my menu and will be making your Shortbread Cookies that I will cut in the shape of bunnies and Easter Eggs!
This recipe falls into the latter category. It has a Mexican twist to it with the Mexican hot chocolate sauce (so delicious and easy!) and the cinnamon sugar tortilla chips that remind me of Bunuelos.
Enjoy dessert nachos as a Cinco de Mayo dessert or any day you want something fun. This delicious and easy to assemble dessert looks incredibly fancy for a great wow factor. Bake your tortilla chips for a healthier option than frying, and watch this fantastic Mexican inspired dessert disappear.
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Have you ever heard of a carlota de limón This sweet treat is sweet, acidic, and crunchy all at the same time! You can easily make this traditional Mexican dessert with 6 ingredients, and it just takes 15 minutes to prep, which is perfect for getting the kids to help you prepare it. Pop into the freezer to set, and you'll have a refreshing lemon dessert to serve after dinner!
I personally have always loved cooking with my son. I even have pictures of him trying to make flour tortillas when he was just two years old! It was such a simple recipe and yet, he was having so much fun.
That's what I love about this dessert recipe for carlota de limón. It's super simple to make and you probably already have the ingredients in your pantry. It's the perfect dessert to let your kids start trying out recipes for themselves and keep them entertained.
If you want to make the Traditional Carlota de Limón, substitute the cereal for 1 package of \"Marias\" Cookies. You can find them in the Hispanic aisle of your local supermarket. You can also make this dessert in a large square glass dish to form a cake similar to an Icebok cake.
With summer right around the corner, I always plan to make this special Mexican dessert at least a few times because of how refreshing and delightful it is. To make this delicious recipe for carlota, here is the list of ingredients you will need to make this dessert...
I hope you make this recipe for Mexican carlota de limón! If this recipe was of any help to you, come back to let me know your experience. Please leave us a comment done below and tell us all about it!
Hi, I'm Mely Martinez, a former Mexican school teacher, home cook, and food blogger. I moved to the United States about ten years ago, after living in Mexico my whole life. Now I love to share home-style recipes for authentic Mexican food.Read more... 59ce067264