One chia pudding to rule them all! The sweet and tangy touch of fresh fruit coulis elevates this chia pudding to new heights, for a balanced and dynamic breakfast.
Peruvian chocolate truffles are YUM. They have a super smooth texture and you don’t need to know how to temper chocolate (the process that makes chocolate go “snap”) to make them.
My favorite side dish or Cuban dessert, caramelized plantains can be paired with sweet or savory meals. If you serve it as a side with meat and rice, the sweetness of the caramelization brings a roundness of flavors to the experience.
Maná are sweet bites of goodness. They have this really nice marzipan texture, only smoother. They’re made with only 4 ingredients but its taste excels beyond any other sweet bite that you can have. Usually they cooked in a pot while stirring for a long while.
This Strawberry-Layered Tres Leches Cake recipe combines fresas con crema and tres leches served in a very photogenic outfit. The traditional tres leches cake is served in a foil baking dish, which is not very appealing to the eye.
Looking to sweeten up your spring even more? Here's a secret: Tequila Lollipops with Chili Strawberries. These adult sweet treats are made with Tequila Don Julio Blanco and flavored with strawberries and Aleppo peppers for a spicy and sweet combo that makes the ultimate party favor.
Churros are great for breakfast or any time. And they pair perfectly with a nice Café sin Leche. Often considered an early-morning to late-morning street food, it also makes sense to place churros into the same family as doughnuts and crullers.
This Butternut Squash and Coconut Arroz con Leche is subtly sweet and heartier than the original thanks to roasted squash, brown rice, and full fat coconut milk.