You don’t find anything weird about spicy candy. | Community Post: 53 Signs You Grew Up Eating Mexican Food

53 Signs You Grew Up Eating Mexican Food

Pulparindo  (Source: 10 Mexican Candies Your Trick-or-Treaters Will Love on latinamom.me )

Pulparindo (Source: 10 Mexican Candies Your Trick-or-Treaters Will Love on latinamom.

Mexican Candy (Leche Quemada) Ingredients  2 can(s)  evaporated milk  5 1/2 c  sugar  5 1/2 Tbsp  butter  1 tsp  salt  1 tsp  vanilla  1/2 c  brown sugar, firmly packed

Mexican Candy (Leche Quemada)

Mexican Candy (Leche Quemada) Recipe (another Monterey House-style candy)

The Definitive Ranking Of Your Childhood Mexican Candy. Is it weird that I am whiter than sour cream but I love a lot of this stuff and grew up eating it?

The Definitive Ranking Of Your Childhood Mexican Candy

mexican candy-life man!!! omg

Sweet, Salty, Sour & Spicy: A Photo Guide to Mexican Snacks

This is the stuff you get by the cash register at Mexican restaurants or in little Mexican grocery stores.  Its been one of my favorites since I was, oh, 6 or 7 and got some at Olviera Street.  I add the cinnamon and cloves because I like it spicy, but traditionally its just pumpkin and sugar.  Really labor-intensive, but so worth it!  Do not use carving pumpkins, use sugar-pie or other cooking pumpkins (which the computer does not recognize.) Cook time is for unattended resting time.

Dulces De Calabasas (Mexican Pumpkin Candy)

Traditionally, these are made with just pumpkin and sugar. But, this recipe adds cinnamon and cloves for some extra spice.

Chewy, sweet coconut heaven! These delightful coconut candies are must-have dessert for your Cinco de Mayo party!

3-Ingredient Cocadas- Mexican Coconut Candies

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