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Mexican cookie recipes
Traditional Mexican cookie recipes you can make at home. Try some of these amazing cookie recipes. Here you will find some of the following flovours like spiced cookies, Churros, Mexican Chocolate sandwich Cookies With Dulce De Leche Filling, and Pecan Snowballs. Here are our top 10 Mexican cookie recipes.
10 - Mexican Chocolate Slice-and-Bake Cookies
What sets Mexican chocolate apart is the addition of cinnamon and sometimes other spices. It can be difficult to find, though, so we made our own custom blend of cocoa powder, cinnamon, and a touch of cayenne to add to this cookie dough. Form the dough into logs, refrigerate, and then slice-and-bake whenever you’re in the mood for a cookie with a deep, chocolaty flavor and a little kick of spiciness at the end.
9 - Chocolate Dipped Churro Shortbread Cookies
Chocolate Dipped Churro Shortbread Cookies ~ this easy cinnamon cookie recipe has all the flavors of classic churros, including the decadent chocolate dip! Make it a part of your holiday cookie assortment this year.
8 - Pecan Snowballs
Melt in your mouth Pecan Snowball Cookies. This buttery shortbread, pecan snowballs are a classic for the Christmas Holiday season. An easy 7-ingredient, eggless Christmas cookie recipe the whole family will love.
Pecan Snowball Cookies are sometimes called Russian Tea Cakes, Mexican Wedding Cookies, and Italian Butter Cookies. These shortbread cookie balls are popular throughout a multitude of cultures and you’re bound to find them on a cookie tray throughout the holiday season. Another popular variety is to turn these pecan cookies into Pecan Fingers.
7 - Marranitos & Puerquitos (Soft Mexican Gingerbread Pig Shapes Cookies)
One of the recipes I started testing a few nights before, were these Marranitos. Marranitos (or Puerquitos) are these piloncillo cookies shaped like a pig that I wasn’t really a fan of growing up. The panadería across the street from the house I grew up in always made them dry and cakey, and when my uncles would bring fresh pan dulce from their trips to Tijuana there would often be a marranito buried deep in the bag, and those would always snap from how hard and dry they were. I wanted to change a few things for my interpretation, and I really enjoyed how these came out. They’re soft and cakey, but moist, and well spiced!
6 - Dulce de Leche Butter Cookies
Dulce de Leche Butter Cookies are mouthwatering cookies filled with Dulce de Leche Cream. This soft buttery cookie also known as Alfajores, is a delicious shortbread cookie, lightly baked until firm and golden, then sandwiched together with a home-made dulce de leche caramel cream filling. A cookie that melts-in-your-mouth, is pure heaven!
5 - Coricos ~ Mexican Corn Flour Cookies
Have you ever had Coricos? They are a Mexican Cookie made with Corn Flour. I’m a huge fan of cookies of all kinds, I really don’t discriminate. As I get older though I have to lay off the cookies because it’s too easy for me to get carried away… I have a friend who absolutely goes crazy for these cookies – she LOVES them. When I say LOVES them, I really mean that … she is gluten-free and so they are right up her alley. Not to mention, her husband grew up on them as a kid.
4 - Cookie Empanadas
These Cookie Empanadas are light, flaky and entirely irresistible. Pretty as a picture and super simple to make, these cookies will make a beautiful addition to your holiday cookie trays this year. Topped with a sweet, almond glaze, these cookies are pure perfection. Cookies are EVERYTHING.
3 - Chewy Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies
This recipe is my baby. It’s the first recipe I ever developed myself and it’s the recipe I’m most often asked for. When I ask people what I should bring to their picnic, bake sale, birthday party, the answer is invariably MEXICAN HOT CHOCOLATE COOKIES. DUH. They are spicy, chewy, chocolatey and just the right size. If you usually just window shop when you look at baking blogs, I encourage you to give these a try. They’re memorable, foolproof and delicious.
2 - Vegan Oven Baked Churros with Chocolate Ganache and Caramel
I decided to whip up one of the most coveted recipes on eds, the vegan oven baked Churros! While churros are typically fried, you can make a fab churro just by baking. If you’re not familiar with churros, don’t be alarmed. I fell into the category as “I’ve never had one”, until I went to Disney World 5 years ago lol. I honestly only saw churros on menus at Mexican restaurants and I typically never order desserts. Needless to say I had never tried them, but boy was I missing out!
1 - Mexican Chocolate sandwich Cookies With Dulce De Leche Filling
These Mexican Chocolate Sandwich Cookies with Dulce de Leche Filling are rich and spicy and such a treat! I had to share these Mexican Chocolate Sandwich Cookies with Dulce de Leche Filling because, well…chocolate and dulce de leche! Need I say more?