Known as calaveras de azúcar, these sugar skulls are traditional Mexican decorations for Dia de los Muertos. These skulls are also edible.
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When he was growing up in Mexico City, chef Alfredo Solis enjoyed Pan de los Muertos at his aunt’s annual Dia de los Muertos feast.
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These lemon-scented almond paste cookies, which are coated with pine nuts, are a traditional Spanish dessert.
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The creators of this dessert call it “Chocolate Mousse with the devil inside” and say the pudding is “SCARY good.”
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This Dia de los Muertos dessert looks great and is big on flavors like chocolate, coffee and chocolate with touches of brandy and cinnamon.
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Savor Dia de los Muertos by sipping on this traditional shot of strong Cuban espresso, which is mixed with dark rum and coffee liqueur and topped with whipped cream.
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Celebrate Dia de los Muertos with this cocktail! For those who love a sweet drink, this is perfect for you.
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Warm up to a cup of this Mexican hot chocolate on a cold fall day. It's also perfect to serve as a festive drink in honor of Dia de los Muertos.
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