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Mexican Hot Cocoa Ice Cream

Mexican Hot Cocoa Ice Cream

Gabriel is from Mexico, and we just bought tickets to go an see his family later this year. I'm so excited! I love the color, the culture, and more than anything, the food, of course. A favorite of mine has always been a Mexican hot chocolate. Sweet, rich, with a spicy kick to it. It had truly the best of both worlds. 

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Ginger Carrots

Ginger Carrots

This is one of the easiest dishes ever. I love Carrot and Ginger, in the winter, I make these and then puree them into a soup. It's pretty incredible. For spring, though, I serve them with other yummy vegetables that I find at the farmers market. 

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Coconut Lime Donuts

Coconut Lime Donuts

These donuts take me to a good place. I think one of the things that I love about food is that there's always something else you can do, another flavor you can gather, or if you're missing a particular season, then you can create that in food. This is definitely a spring and summer donut. With a lot of coconut flour, and lime juice, you get kicked to the beach and back.

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Orange Cranberry Irish Soda Bread

Orange Cranberry Irish Soda Bread

I never bake breads, but I thought today it would be fitting to do an Irish Soda Bread. I read this article online about the fact that America gets WAY more excited about holidays than their respective locations do. Cinco De Mayo in Mexico is nothing like the crazy, 'let's get drunk off of tequila and run around in sombreros.' And apparently, St. Patrick's real color was blue. True? I have no idea, but it sort of makes me laugh.

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Blackberry Jello with Coconut

Blackberry Jello with Coconut

Here's a spin off on a throwback classic from my childhood. I loved jello. Even did a presentation on Bill Cosby in elementary school, and brought in Jello to share with all of my classmates. This beats it all though, I mean coconut and blackberry? Come on.

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Apple Tart with Pomegranate

Apple Tart with Pomegranate

This was one of my first recipes that made me fall in love with baking, and has been a tradition during the holidays ever since. The hearty cinnamon baked apples, with the fresh crisp of pomegranate is one of the best combinations.

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Sparkling Holiday 'Sangria'

Sparkling Holiday 'Sangria'

This holiday season, I stayed away from alcohol. It was an excellent choice, and I really had fun creating different 'mocktails' that tasted FAR better than the real deal. This combo of apples and cranberries made a fun sangria, and adding the rosemary really completed the taste!

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