Mexicrave ~ Adriana Torres

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Champurrado is a Mexican atole made with chocolate, spices, and masa de maíz, or corn flour. It’s a thick version of a hot chocolate but with a unique flavor that can only be attained by using Chocolate Abuelita, a brand of Mexican chocolate and piloncillo, a cone made from unrefined sugar. Champurrado is made during the holiday season and pairs well with sweet tamales like pineapple and pecan! Give this a try… Read More

Camote enmielado is one of my all-time favorite Mexican desserts. It’s sweet potato cooked in a cane sugar syrup, served warm and topped with evaporated milk. You can find piloncillo  in the Latin section of your grocery store or order it online. Ingredients: 2 sweet potatoes with skin, sliced in 1 inch pieces 1 piloncillo 1 cinnamon stick 1/2 cup water 1 can evaporated milk – In a medium sauce pan, add 1/2 cup… Read More