Today’s post is sponsored by the HERDEZ® Brand, but my love for their Día del Niño program is all my own! Since our Mexican roots are seeded in tradition and family, it makes sense that most of our celebrations revolve around the same. Dia del Niño (Day of the Child) is no different. So why
Nothing breaks up a dull drum week than getting together with friends to catch up and have a few laughs. Recently my friend Nicole hosted a night just like that, and wowed with this delicious, but super simple Margherita flatbread pizza, which I’m recreating for you here. This beauty proves that hosting friends, family, or
Regardless of whether you need red meat substitute recipes and/or vegetarian recipes to get you through lent or toward a healthier you, we have several yummilicious meatless recipes to choose from. For the second year in a row I’m happy to be joining forces with fellow Latina bloggers to share our favorite seafood, vegetarian, and/or red
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ScoreOnFlavor #CollectiveBias Do you love hosting gatherings? Are you ready for the perfect appetizer to wow your guests? Then you can’t miss my easy, breezy black bean dip, full of flavor and sure to be winner no matter
Thanks Big Lots for sponsoring this post. Don’t worry though, all opinions about their fabulousness are my own! Champurrado, for those who may not be familiar with it, is a traditional thick Mexican hot chocolate, meant to be sipped to keep us warm through out the cold winter months. Traditionally, this festive treat is made by
For Hispanics across the world, December is jammed packed with celebrations, including Las Posadas (a nine day celebration and reenactment of Mary and Joseph’s search for shelter in Bethlehem). Since I’m a firm believer in enjoying life to the fullest, I think that includes hitting up as many holiday fiestas (parties) as stress free as possible.