Dia de Los Muertos with Wilton


Dia de Los Muertos with Wilton I hosted houseful of kiddos for a day of sharing or introducing “what exactly is Dia de Los Muertos.”  I spent the day sharing this tradition with them, discussing how to build an altar, important symbols that are associated with dia de los muertos and answering any questions or… 

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Homesick Texan’s Caballero Cookies – Byte of Texas


Caballero Cookies I met Lisa Fain from Homesick Texan y’all!  I was fortunate to attend the first-ever conference, Byte of Texas hosted by Austin Food Blogger Alliance in Austin, Texas.  The two-day conference was held in the Bullock Texas State History museum focused on sharing the love of food by preserving and cultivating the food… 

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Granola Chocolate Chip Cookies


Sweet Life Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Nature Valley™ through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While I was compensated to write a post about Nature Valley™ Protein Granola, all opinions are my own. Granola Chocolate Chip Cookies I was addicted, obsessed with Oat and Honey Nature Valley™ Granola bars during my junior year in… 

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Mexican Summer Mingle

Kendall Jackson Summer Mingle 244~12

Mexican Summer Mingle I enjoy the entire process of entertaining from selecting the theme, setting the table, creating a new menu and begin in the kitchen preparing the food. I was over the moon when Kendall-Jackson wanted to work with me to host a summer party with a few of my friends. I decided to… 

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Chocolate-Dipped Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches


Chocolate-Dipped Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches We are having a blast this summer with the new Wilton Ice cream Sandwich baking pan. I LOVE IT! I used my favorite Mexican brownie recipe and dulce de leche ice cream to create these fun summer treats. But hey, it’s summer why not make these ice cream sandwiches to… 

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Biscochitos Biscochitos, also known as bischos are golden buttery cookies enjoyed at weddings, baptisms and throughout the Christmas season.  The original recipe was brought to Mexico by the Spanish in the 16th century and were called mantecados.  The traditional shape served during weddings is a diamond shape to signify purity. Declared New Mexico’s official state… 

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