Paletas de Sandía con Menta y Chile (Watermelon Ice Lollies with a touch of Mint & Chilli Powder)

This is a very easy and delicious recipe perfect for the summer. It is done in no time and it is a very healthy way to calm little ones thirst.

Makes 8 ice lollies

  • The flesh of 1/2 watermelon with no seeds
  • 2 mint leaves
  • Chilli powder or tajin

You will need

  • A blander
  • 8 ice lollie case

Method

  1. Put the watermelon flesh with the two mint leaves in the blender.
  2. Blend very well and pour the liquid in the ice lollie cases.
  3. Freeze over night and just before eating sprinkle some tajin or chillie powder. Enjoy!

Listo!

Provecho! 

Flan con Frutas del Bosque (Flan with Berries)

When I think about a Mexican food memories from my childhood this dessert is one of them. I’ve never going to forget when we used to go to my grandma’s house, my auntie Laura, used to make flan for use every time we were there and every time I used to end up licking the plate, that sugar syrup is addictive and the custard is just amazing and the good news is, that is just so easy to make, that I feel a bit embarrassed to be posting the recipe here, but as my friend Claudia said to me, “there are people that don’t know how to make it” so here it is. Continue reading “Flan con Frutas del Bosque (Flan with Berries)”

Tartitas de Navidad (Christmas Mince Pies with a Mexican Touch)

Hi guys! I hope you are all enjoying the Christmas season despite some sad things that are happening in the world right now. Christmas for me is a special time and I always try to enjoy it to the most, I usually make lots of nice Christmas activities with my children, like, decorating the tree, bake Christmas cookies, write to Christmas letters to Santa and make nice homemade pressies for my friends. Continue reading “Tartitas de Navidad (Christmas Mince Pies with a Mexican Touch)”

Coricos (Mexican Corn Flour Cookies)

December is the busiest month of the year for me! Lots of things happen during this month, my birthday, which I celebrate for a whole week, my daughter’s birthday, Christmas shows, Christmas shopping, Christmas dinner with friends, uff!! I hardly have time to rest.

But every year I like to take time to cook a few recipes for my homemade Christmas presents, last year I made some Mexican candy and Mexican chocolate cookies and they were a hit, this year I am making some Coricos, Mexican corn dough cookies, which are delicious and so Christmas.  Continue reading “Coricos (Mexican Corn Flour Cookies)”

Cooking Comadres Plant Based Alegrias by Jenn from The Green Diary

Today I am so happy to share with you this recipe of “Plant Based Alegrias” made by Jenn, a talented Mexican lady living in Ireland. She contacted me a few days ago asking me if she could be part of the “Cooking Comadres Club” and I felt very honoured to featured her recipe here in my blog. Continue reading “Cooking Comadres Plant Based Alegrias by Jenn from The Green Diary”

Cooking Comadres Mexico City Gorditas de Piloncillo

My cooking comadres club is growing!! This time I had my lovely friend Claudia who came to cook with me the simplest dish ever, we cooked gorditas with piloncillo (jaggery), she had been telling me for months that she wanted to cook these addictive little patties for me for ages, but for some reason every time we used to organised something, we had to cancel it. Continue reading “Cooking Comadres Mexico City Gorditas de Piloncillo”

Paletas de Yogur con Vainilla y Ate de Membrillo (Quince, Vanilla and Yogurt Ice Lollies)

It is the summer season, and this only calls for something nice and cold and these ice lollies are just perfect for those hot days. This flavour brings me back to my childhood in Mexico, when I was at primary school, they used to sell these lovely milk paletas with a piece of quince. Continue reading “Paletas de Yogur con Vainilla y Ate de Membrillo (Quince, Vanilla and Yogurt Ice Lollies)”

Cooking Comadres Pan Dulce Mexicano

There is nothing more cosy than enjoying a nice cup of Mexican hot chocolate with a lovely piece of Mexican Pan Dulce (Sweet Bread) and the company of a good friend. In Mexico, Pan Dulce is like another world in Mexican Cuisine, the Mexican Panaderias (Bakeries) are always full of delicious and inventive breads, each one with its own personality. Here in London is kind of impossible to get good quality Mexican sweet bread, but there is a talented Mexican girl that knows how to make Pan Dulce very well, her name is Katrina, she is an artist and an excellent cook, so I thought to invite her to my house and bake together! Continue reading “Cooking Comadres Pan Dulce Mexicano”