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.
Thanks Big Lots for sponsoring this post. Don’t worry though, all opinions about their fabulousness are my own! Haz cliq aquí para leerlo en español. Yay, the Holidays are here! It’s not only a great excuse to spend quality time with familia (family), but we also get a chance to experiment in merging our American and Mexican roots through
If I could add cilantro to every meal I probably would – except for maybe cereal, maybe. I just love it. So when my friend introduced me the greatness that is pesto, I decided to try making it myself with my secret ingredient – cilantro, which resulted in this super easy, yummy, light and airy cilantro basil
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CelebrateLosMuertos #CollectiveBias Who doesn’t love chocolate chip cookies? I know everyone in my family does, which is why I decided to come up with an easy, fun, creative way to make (Dia de los Muertos) Day of the Dead
Thanks Big Lots for sponsoring this post. Don’t worry though, all opinions about their fabulousness are my own! Haz cliq aquí para leerlo en español. As Hispanic Heritage Month draws to an end and football season kicks into high gear, I wanted to share my family’s recipes for pico de gallo y frijoles charros to keep the festivities going.
Nothing says Halloween to me like candy corn. While I can really only eat a few pieces of it, I used it as my inspiration in making these rice krispie, candy corn inspired, Halloween treats. How can you go wrong with some festive rice krispie Halloween treats right? Plus they’re perfect to add to your