Mexican Fudge
This fudge uses Mexican chocolate, which contains cinnamon, giving this fudge a pleasantly spicy kick to its aftertaste.
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Mexicocoa Eggnog
Upgrade your classic eggnog with this recipe. It calls for cocoa powder and spiced Mexican chocolates giving this holiday cocktail a new flavor.This recipe is by Mittie Hellmich and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Champurrado
Allow us to introduce you to the Mexican class of drinks known as atoles. Champurrado, chocolate atole, is the sort you are most likely to run into outside of Mexico. Made with a corn base, atoles are hearty and perfect for a week-day warm-up. Recipe courtesy of Mexican Please
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Frozen Mexican Chocolate Mousse
Don't be fooled — even though it's frozen, this dessert packs some heat. Serve à la mode to mellow out the fire. If you can't find Mexican chocolate (such as Ibarra), adding equal parts cinnamon and cayenne pepper to regular baking chocolate is a good substitute. Click here to see more D.I.Y. Frozen Desserts. 
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Mexican Popcorn
You’ll be surprised by how addictive this spicy and sweet popcorn is. It’s a perfect snack for every movie night in.This recipe is courtesy of Macheesmo.
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Smoky, spicy, and sweet, this smoothie packs a lot of flavors, but none of them are kale-flavored.   Read more about How to Make Kale Smoothies You Actually Want to Drink Learn How to Make a Smoothie.
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