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April 2011

Nutella Rice Krispies Treats

These treats combine the delicious flavors of marshmallows, rice cereal, and Nutella. It’s like eating a Nutella Crunch bar…or a Ferrero Rocher candy. They are super easy to make, and you can eat them almost immediately (depending on how much will power you have to wait until they’ve cooled!). Trust me, you won’t be able to eat just one of these!


Crunchy Nutella Brownies

Looking for a new kind of brownie? These crunchy Nutella brownies are super yummy and extra crunchy! A rich, fudgy brownie, topped with chocolate, Nutella, and rice cereal to give it a delicious crunch. Treat yourself…you deserve it!


Chai Latte

Chai latte is one of the most comforting hot drinks, warm and tingly, with the perfect blend of spices in every sip. Unfortunately, coffee places sell a single chai latte at such a high price. Now, you can make your own delicious chai latte right at home! You’ll find all the spices you need right in your pantry. If there’s a spice you don’t have, just skip it. Trust me, you’ll wow your friends and yourself with this easy to make, sweet drink!


Helado de Coco (Coconut Sorbet)

You can find helado de coco (coconut sorbet) anywhere on the streets of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico…or in your kitchen if you follow this simple recipe! You only need three ingredients to make this delicious Puerto Rican favorite. Creamy, with a great (yet not overpowering!) coconut flavor, this is a great spring and summer dessert! Try pairing it with Dulce de Papaya for an extra special treat.


Cinnamon Spice Scones

You only need a few ingredients to make these delicious scones. Moist and cakey, and sweetened with a crunchy cinnamon spice sugar topping, they are perfect for any time of day. Enjoy them for breakfast, as a snack, or with ice cream for dessert. Drizzle maple syrup on top to give the scones an extra crunch. They’re yummy…trust us!


Dulce de Papaya (Candied Papaya)

Candied papaya, a traditional dessert from Puerto Rico, is a delicious and refreshing treat. Sweet, and full of flavor, this is a great alternative to a baked dessert on a warm Spring or Summer night! You can enjoy the papaya cold, at room temperature, served over ice cream, cheese, or by itself. Either way, you’ll love this Spanish treat!