Easy Mexican Dessert Recipes
Similar to donuts, these Mexican fritters promise sweetness and deliciousness in every bite. You can roll them in cinnamon sugar while they are hot or consider pairing them with fruit jam or dipping them in melted chocolate. They would also be good with maple syrup drizzled over the top. These Mexican fritters are simple to make and they need to be fried in oil, so they only take a few minutes to cook. That is great news if you are looking for dessert in a hurry or if you want to rustle up a quick and easy warm snack to please everyone in the family.
This decadent dessert could even be served after your enchiladas, Mexican spicy fish, or whatever main dish you are offering. Why not serve them with ice cream or vanilla-spiked whipped cream? You could drizzle some melted chocolate or chocolate syrup over them, then add the ice cream or whipped cream. To complete the decadent experience, add some almond slivers for a garnish. Oh – and serve a little glass of Mexican Kahlua to the grownups on the side! These smell every bit as incredible as freshly fried donuts and we promise you they will disappear faster than you can even imagine because they taste so good.
Because these are best served warm, you will want to cook them after everyone has finished their main dish and while they are still at the table. If you are making these for Cinco de Mayo or another holiday, encourage people to sit at the table, enjoy another glass of wine, and keep sniffing the air because very soon they are going to be able to smell the most wonderful aroma! Then you can come back in just a few minutes with this incredible treat for everyone to enjoy. Choose these cinnamon fritters if you want the tastiest Mexican dessert. Continue reading
Think of Mexican dessert recipes and what comes to mind – flan perhaps or chocolate mousse? This recipe is more unusual, making use of choux pastry profiteroles, along with vanilla ice cream, fresh raspberries, and some attractive garnishes. Mexican bakeries are really popular and you can find all kinds of tasty baked goods in there, which is where we got the inspiration for this recipe. The pastries are turned into profiteroles, then filled with vanilla ice cream and topped with a homemade raspberry coulis, for an attractive, tasty and well-balanced dessert.
Regardless of your main dish, these profiteroles are sure to make an enticing dessert. They bring together the flavor of vanilla, a typical Mexican ingredient, with fresh baking, something else that is prized in Mexico, along with a fresh raspberry topping. If you cannot get fresh raspberries, you could substitute frozen ones, as long as you make sure they completely thawed and patted dry before use, or you might want to take inspiration from the Mexican way of cooking, choosing whatever is fresh and looking good at the local market. What about peaches or apricots?
That is actually true about appetizers, snacks and entrées, not only desserts. A typical Mexican cook will purchase whatever locally grown produce looks and smells good, choosing locally grown fresh ingredients over ones that have flown thousands of miles. This of course ensures optimum freshness. Once they have their fresh produce (meat, fish, seafood, fruit and vegetables, along with any baked goods they wish to have) they will put together a menu. For example, say the market is selling juicy fresh strawberries. That might mean a Mexican strawberry flan is on tonight’s menu. Continue reading
This fried cinnamon Mexican dessert is a great dessert for kids and adults alike. If you have some flour tortillas which need to be used up, this is one of the best Mexican dessert dishes to use because the ingredients are simple and the recipe is easy. This is the kind of Mexican dessert recipe that you could decide to make at the last minute. If you do not have the ingredients for the lime sauce, you can serve these fried tortilla strips with any syrup, cream or ice cream.
This fried cinnamon Mexican dessert is one of our quick Mexican dessert recipes for the times when you crave something sweet. The flavor is similar to churros, a Spanish dish which can be enjoyed for breakfast or as a snack. This is real Mexican comfort food for anyone with a sweet tooth, perhaps not the healthiest Mexican dessert you can make but we all need something hearty and indulgent every now and this, and this recipe cannot fail to hit the spot. If you are having Mexican food for dinner but something without tortillas, consider this as your dessert, to contrast and help fill your belly.
The recipe consists of tortillas, and you can use slightly stale ones if you want, because it makes little difference here, along with sugar, nutmeg and cinnamon for flavor, and then you have a tangy lime sauce. The sweetness of the tortilla strips contrasts beautifully with the acid flavor of the lime sauce. This is a quick and easy recipe to make. The tortilla strips are fried in a couple of minutes and then it is time to serve the dessert. If you want to make it go even further, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the mix, to complement the sweetness of the tortilla strips and contrast with the lime flavor. Continue reading
These Mexican corn dessert muffins are an ideal dessert for anyone who prefers a more savory dessert rather than something too sweet. Do you normally favor a cheeseboard instead of a cheesecake? If so, this is a nice recipe for you to make. These corn muffins are a perfect example of how sweet and savory flavors work nicely together because they contain onion, garlic and salt as well as sugar. The resulting flavor is absolutely perfect in every way.
The honey and lime syrup is nice spread on the Mexican corn dessert muffins or you can drizzle it over the top of them for a sticky dessert. There are various Mexican dessert recipes which combine savory and sweet flavors and, when done properly, this is a technique which gives great results. Have you ever drizzled maple syrup over your bacon, pancakes and sausage in the morning? Well the same applies to this recipe. You can enjoy sweet and savory flavors when you bite into these gorgeous corn muffins, lovely and warm, straight from the oven.
There are quite a few ingredients that go into these, at least when compared to other corn muffin recipes you might have made, but trust me, this recipe is well worth making. The flavor is fantastic and once you have tried these you will definitely want to make the recipe again. Even if you are not usually into cornbread with your chili or cornbread as a snack, try this muffin recipe, because the south of the border flavors are just amazing. Bake the mixture in separate muffin cups, or else use a loaf tin or baking pan then cut the loaf into slices to serve, as you prefer. Continue reading
If you are in the mood to make something different, what about trying some peanut butter quesadillas? The following recipe is one of our very easy Mexican-style desserts and there are only 4 ingredients, making it an excellent recipe for newcomers to the world of cooking. This is a child-friendly recipe and the jelly for dipping makes it fun for them to eat. It is also a crowd-pleaser of a snack, so whether you want to make it for breakfast, lunch, as a snack or dessert, it is always well received and everyone will love the warm peanut butter oozing out of the golden tortillas.
Quesadillas are very similar to sandwiches but to make the dish more Mexican, bread is replaced with flour tortillas for a Mexican recipe feel and the butter helps to crisp up the outside of the tortillas. This is one of our quick Mexican dessert recipes because you can make it from start to finish as few as 5 minutes. A quesadilla recipe is traditionally tortillas filled with cheese and then cooked on the stove until the cheese melts, but swap the cheese for peanut butter and you will have a brand new take on this beloved dish.
There are lots of different quesadilla recipes actually ranging from the classic ones like cheese and ham or cheese and onion, to meat or poultry options, ones where the cheese is teamed with apple or pear, or even fusion cuisine quesadillas like this one. Because pretty much any filling goes with a tortilla, the only limit is your imagination and you might find you prefer quesadillas to sandwiches and cannot wait to experiment further with fillings. Try a classic quesadilla with Mexican cheese or see how you like corn tortillas (although flour ones are more common in this recipe). Continue reading
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