Holiday Entertaining with a Latin Flair

Add a little bit of body text (5) Whether you're celebrating a Mexican-inspired Christmas or want to start a new Christmas food tradition, here are some of my favorite Mexican Christmas recipes. Christmas is a time to get together with family and friends to celebrate, and food plays a big part in any Mexican Christmas celebration. In Mexico it is customary to have a family dinner late on Christmas Eve (Noche Buena). Here are some of the foods that are traditionally eaten at Christmastime in Mexico, either at Christmas Eve dinner or during the festivities leading up to Christmas such as las posadas. For a holiday latin flair, be sure to sample these festive dishes.

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by valerie fidan at Foodie.com

Capirotada (Mexican Bread Pudding (Tried and True Blog) Pan Dulce (Delicious Shots Rompope (Mexican Egg Nog) ( Ponche (24 Carrot Life Rosca de Reyes (What's Cooking Mexico) Guava Atole (Adriana's Best Recipes) Ponche Navideño (Mexican Christmas Fruit Punch) (Muy Bueno) Buñuelos (Little Inspiration) Mexican Corn (Damn Delicious) Posole Rojo (Simply Recipes) Warm Caramel Apple Empanadas (Amazing Mexican Recipes) Tamales Verdes (Spain in Iowa) Mexican Hot Chocolate (Champurrado) (Scarlett Bakes) Snowball Cookies (Cooking Classy)

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