These Spicy Mayan Chocolate Truffles were one of the desserts. They have a fiery bite! I’m no history buff, but I do know that the timeless Mayan combination of chiles, spices, and chocolate has seduced food lovers for thousands of years.
I was going to decorate the truffles with white chocolate, but the red sugar in the pantry caught my eye. I though it would add perfectly to the “red-hot” flavor!
P.S. You’ll notice I’ve included a timeline below. I’m going to start including them more and more for you — it will make planning your weekend cooking easier.
Our Mexican Food Fest Menu
An (Almost) Classic Bloody Mary (and other cocktails) — By the way, the applewood smoked bacon was a huge hit!
Guacamole and Roasted Tomato Poblano Salsa served with warm, salted tortilla chips
Mexican Chopped Salad with Honey-Chipotle Lime Dressing
Smoky Chipotle Breakfast Nachos