Bring out Mexican cookies for Cinco de Mayo or any festive occasion. Recipes for Mexican Shortbread Cookies or Mexican Chocolate Icebox Cookies with Dulce De Leche Filling just might make your list of favorite cookies.See Popular Mexican Cookies Recipes
Made at Christmas time in Mexico and the American Southwest, these biscuits are traditionally cut into fun shapes.
Start baking Christmas cookies! NOW! We know, you've still got a lot to do. Christmas is TOMORROW. But you don't want to give up now, especially when this recipe for Mexican Sugar Cookies is so festive and easy to make. The secret here is simplicity -- simplicity and spices like anise, for a slightly licorice taste, and cinnamon. And also a little brandy (or apple juice, if you want to make these more kid-friendly). Mexican Sugar Cookies are easy to make and very elegant in a kind of minimalist way; we love the egg-yoke yellow stars inread more
For this dessert, two chocolate cookies surround a filling of dulce de leche, a caramel sauce popular in Central and South America.
These easy icebox cookies get their "bite" from a combination of spicy ginger, several peppers, and some ground chile.
Sometimes chocolate chips just aren't enough. On those occasions when your chocolate craving goes into overdrive, you need a cookie that's loaded with chocolate. We've got you covered.
The good news on chocolate continues to pile up. We've known for a while now that regular chocolate consumption is not only good for your heart but can improve your mood as well. Earlier this year, studies found that chocolate eaters tend to be a bit thinner.
Let seasonal veggies take center stage in these creative recipes that go beyond just stuffed peppers.
There's no sporting event quite like March Madness -- the steady march to victory through a succession of ranked opponents. When school pride is in full force, get-togethers to cheer on your team are almost mandatory. Dips are the perfect way to feed a roomful of hungry fans.
To pick a fresh peach, take a good whiff: Ripe peaches will have a sweet fragrance. Then put your bounty to use with these perfectly peachy fruit dishes.
Until recently, Halloween was a children's holiday. If you were a grownup, your options were severely limited. You could either pass out candy to trick-or-treaters or walk slowly behind your own trick-or-treaters as they proceeded down the block. If you chose the second option, you'd try not to be too conspicuous. After all, this was a CHILDREN'S holiday, and your children wanted to feel independent. Also, they were still mad at you for making them wear coats over their costumes -- "Honey, it's forty degrees out! -- so it was best to keep out of the way. Eitherread more
If you're a chocoholic, then there wasn't anywhere else in the world to be last week than in the U.K. -- and specifically, London -- where National Chocolate Week was underway. There were evenings spent sampling award-winning sea-salted caramel chocolates near Kensal Green; an interactive film screening in Bloomsbury where audience members could munch chocolate popcorn and try chocolate recipes inspired by each film (oh, say, like 2000′s Chocolat); and even an art gallery show in Camden where top street artists created work out of (you guessed it) chocolate. But the biggest cocoa extravaganza was the Salon duread more
Whether you prefer your corn on the cob or in a salad, try these ten recipes to make the most of this peak season produce.
This roundup of great party recipes will ensure you and your guests have just the right munchies on hand while watching the Academy Awards!