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Paletas de Pepino con Chile

Filled with fruit, honey and spices, these Cucumber Ice Pops with Chile serve as a wholesome, frozen treat for the entire family. Perfectly balancing the sweet and spicy flavors, this homemade Mexican ice pops recipe has a refreshing and savory finish even your kids can help make.

Celebrate Día del Niño with your kids. Get Ideas

 

Fiesta S’mores

This Día del Niño, give your kiddos a special sweet treat they’ll love and devour. This classic childhood dessert becomes a decadent Mexican treat thanks to soft flour tortillas, chocolate, cinnamon, and to spice things up a bit, chili powder. Recipe courtesy of Chef Cody, child chef partner, 2015.

Celebrate Día del Niño with your kids. Get Ideas

 
 

Tres Leches Cake with Rompope

An eggnog-like drink, Rompope can easily be found at a Mexican market. To make a non-alcoholic cake, simply use an extra cup of sweetened condensed milk in place of rompope.

 

Capirotada (Bread Pudding)

Capirotada, or Mexican Bread Pudding, is a traditional Mexican dessert that is typically served during Lent. While there can be many variations on the Capirotada recipe, our tried-and-true, family-favorite is made with raisin bread, white bread, brown sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, pecans and coconut.

 

HERDEZ® Ellen’s Chocolate Chipotle Ice Cream

When I told my cousin, Ellen, about my chipotle cooking sauce, she suggested I use it to make chocolate ice cream. Over the phone, she helped me put the recipe together, coached me along and–here it is–chocolate chipotle ice cream! And it’s dairy free.

Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes® Brand Ambassador Joey K., 2013.

 

Holiday Fruit Tamalitos

These bite-sized tamalitos are delightfully fruity and make the perfect holiday recipe to share with family and friends.

 

Chocolate Chipotle Flan Cake

Complete your celebration with rich Chocolate Chipotle Flan Cake. A classic Mexican holiday recipe, this flan is as delectable as it is authentic.