Authentic Pork Mixiotes with Nopales Recipe

Inside: Learn how to make these delicious and authentic pork mixiotes with nopales that are very delicious! Para leer en espanol, haz click aqui.  Pork mixiotes with nopales is a …

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Inside: Learn how to make these delicious and authentic pork mixiotes with nopales that are very delicious!

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Pork mixiotes with nopales is a popular Mexican dish for the holiday and other celebrations in Mexico.  There are many different ways to make them depending on the specific region in Mexico. You can make them with any kind of meat, including chicken, pork, beef, lamb. There are even some more exotic varieties using meats such as wild hog, rabbit, and even squirrel!  

That, however, is all a question of persoanl taste. I am going to show you the most traditional variety, which are the pork mixiotes. This Mexican recipe will win over anyone who tries it.

What are mixiotes?

Mixiotes is a typical dish that is representative of Mexican cuisine. In consists basically of meat, marinated and cooked in a chile-based sauce, seasoned with cumin, oregano, and avocado leaves, and is cooked by steam (like tamales). 

mixiotes with aluminum foil

The original preparation method was to wrap the meat in a very thin leaf that came from the maguey plant, which was called a “mixiote.” That is where the name of the recipe came from. 

The word mixiote comes from the Nahualt “metl” (maguey) and “volt.” Over time the preparation method changed, and today you can find it wrapped in plantain leaves, aluminum foil, parchment paper, and even plastic bags. 

You can make it with just meat or you can add vegetables such as nopales or potatoes. 

Mixiotes are considered an exotic, but delicious dish, capable of winning over the palate of anyone who tries it. The flavor is hard to describe, but it is amazing. It has lots of different herbs which give it its great flavor, including bay leaves and avocado leaves. 

Like I said earlier, it is traditionally wrapped in a thin maguey leaf, but there is a problem with that. Maguey is a protected plan and it is no longer legal to sell it since removing the part that you use for this recipe dries up the plant, causing it to die. 

Don’t worry though, like I said, you can also wrap it in plantain leaves, aluminum foil, or parchment paper. So, if you can’t find maguey, there are no excuses and you can still make it using something else. 

mixiotes with rice

What can you serve with mixiotes?

You can serve mixiotes with rice, fresh made corn tortillas, y your favorite salsa. Aside from its great flavors, this is a healthy recipe that is low in fat since it is cooked in its own juices and you don’t add any additional oils or fats. 

Give this recipe a try, I am sure you will love it!

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Pork Mixiotes with Nopales

These pork mixiotes with nopales are a delicious Mexican recipe
Course Main Course
Cuisine Mexican
Keyword mixiotes, nopales
Prep Time 4 hours
Cook Time 1 hour 31 minutes
Total Time 5 hours 31 minutes
Servings 12 Mixiotes
Calories 242kcal

Ingredients

  • 2 pounds pork ribs
  • 3 ancho chiles
  • 8 oz guajillo chiles
  • 1 tsp dried oregano
  • 1 tsp thyme
  • 1 tsp cumin
  • 4 peppercorns
  • 4 cloves
  • 12 bay leaves
  • 12 avocado leaves
  • 5 cloves of garlic
  • 1/2 onion large
  • 1 tbsp white vinegar
  • 12 pieces nopales sliced and cooked
  • 12 maguey leaves or parchment paper this can be replaced with aluminum foil or plantain leaves
  • Sal to taste

Instructions

  • Bring the dry chiles to a boil in water until they are soft, set aside and let cool (don't drain the water)
  • Blend the chiles from the previous step with the herbs and spices, garlic, salt and vinegar, and the water where you boiled the chiles.
  • Put the pork in a large plastic bag or bowl and completely cover with the salsa from the previous step. Let marinate overnight or for at least three hours.
  • Cook the nopales with water, salt, garlic, onions, and 2 bay leaves. When cooked, drain the water and set aside.
  • Put the mixiotes together by placing the leaf (or aluminum foil, parchment paper, etc.) on a large plate. Add the marinated meat with some of the marinade, a bay leaf, and an avocado leave. Add some of the cooked nopales.
    If you use maguey leaf or parchment paper, lift the four corners to form a small pouch and tie with butcher's or kitchen twine, and if you use aluminum with banana leaf, wrap like a tamale.
  • Place the mixiotes in a large pot and steam for 1 1/2 hours until very soft.
  • Serve with rice.

Nutrition

Serving: 1Mixiote | Calories: 242kcal | Carbohydrates: 21g | Protein: 11g | Fat: 14g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 5g | Trans Fat: 0.1g | Cholesterol: 42mg | Sodium: 69mg | Potassium: 667mg | Fiber: 8g | Sugar: 12g | Vitamin A: 7348IU | Vitamin C: 10mg | Calcium: 32mg | Iron: 2mg

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Como Hacer Mixiotes de Puerco con Nopales

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Sigue leyendo para aprender a hacer estos ricos mixiotes de puerco con nopales que son extremadamente deliciosos!

For English, Click Here

mixiotes de puerco con nopales con arroz

Los mixiotes de puerco, son una comida festiva que se acostumbran elaborar en las celebraciones en México. Existen muchas recetas y manera de prepararlos según la región. Se pueden hacer con cualquier tipo de carne tales como pollo, cerdo, res, borrego, etc. Incluso hay algunas variaciones un poco más exóticas como lo son la carne de jabalí, conejo, e incluso ardilla, si, “ardilla”.

Pero esto ya va en gusto, aquí prepararemos la más tradicional y fácil – Mixiotes de puerco. Es un platillo mexicano que conquista el corazón de quien lo prueba o tan solo de verlo.

Que son los mixiotes?

Los mixiotes es uno de los  platillos típicos y representativos de la gastronomía mexicana. Básicamente consiste en carne (de tu preferencia) enchilada en un adobo especiado con comino, orégano, y hoja de aguacate, y es cocida al vapor.

mixiotes con papel de aluminio

Originalmente se envolvía en una hoja muy delgada que se saca de la planta del maguey a la cual se le llama mixiote, de allí salió el nombre del platillo.

La palabra mixiote proviene del Nahualt “metl” (maguey) y “yolt” (película de penca). Con el tiempo fue variando su forma de preparación, que en la actualidad se pueden envolver en hojas de plátano, papel aluminio, papel encerado o bolsas de plástico.

Se pueden hacer solo la pura carne o agregarles algún tipo de verdura como nopales o papa. Se consideran que son nativos del sur de la Altiplanicie Mexicana, donde es tradicional el cultivo del maguey pulquero y es común encontrar este platillo en fiesta regionales o de pueblo como es “la feria de texcoco”.

El mixiote se considera un platillo exótico pero delicioso, capaz de conquistar el paladar de quien lo pruebe. Tiene un sabor particularmente increíble que no tiene descripción. Indudablemente un platillo ancestral que tiene el sello mexicano por donde lo mires. Se prepara con diversas hierbas que le dan su gran olor y sabor, destacando entre ellas el laurel y la hoja de aguacate.

Como ya mencionamos antes se envuelve en una película muy delgada que se saca del maguey llamada mixiote, pero si hay un pero.

El maguey es una planta protegida y está prohibida su comercialización ya que al extraer esta película de la planta, se seca y muere y así no es posible sacar el pulque de ella.  

Pero no te preocupes, también ya mencioné que se pueden hacer envueltos en hoja de plátano, papel aluminio o encerado. Así es más fácil que lo prepares si no encuentras la hoja de maguey y lo mejor es que lo podrás preparar en cualquier parte del mundo donde te encuentres, sin excusa alguna solo tienes que ir al mercado de tu preferencia y listo a cocinar!

mixiotes con arroz

Los mixiotes, son un platillo delicioso y super fácil de preparar, no te llevaras mucho tiempo y quedarán de rechupete. Son ideales para disfrutar de un platillo lleno de sabor y tradición con la familia en un fin de semana. Son pequeños regalos cocidos al vapor que encantarán a cualquiera.

Con que se acompaña los mixiotes de puerco?

Los puedes acompañar de un rico arroz, torillas de maíz recién echas y calientitas y salsa de tu preferencia. Además de su gran sabor, es un platillo muy sano por su bajo contenido en grasa ya que es cocinado con su propio jugo sin agregarle algún tipo de grasa o aceite.

Te invito a preparar este platillo típico y representativo de la gastronomía mexicana.

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Mixiotes de Cerdo con Nopales

Course Main Course, platillo principal
Cuisine Mexican, mexicano
Keyword mixiotes, nopales, puerco
Prep Time 4 hours
Cook Time 1 hour 31 minutes
Total Time 5 hours 31 minutes
Servings 12 Mixiotes
Calories 252kcal

Ingredients

  • 2 kilos costillas de cerdo
  • 3 chiles anchos
  • 250 grams chiles guajillos
  • 2 chiles de morita secos
  • 1 cdta oregano seco
  • 1 cdta tomillo
  • 1 cdta comino
  • 4 pimientas gordas
  • 4 clavos de olor
  • hojas de laurel al gusto
  • 6 hojas de aguacate
  • 5 dientes de ajo
  • 1/2 cebolla grande
  • 1 cucharada vinagre blanca
  • 12 piezas nopales cortadas, en julianas y cocidas
  • 6 hojas de pencas de maguey o parchment paper se puede reemplazar con aluminio o hojas de platano
  • Agua suficiente para cocerlos
  • Sal al gusto

Instructions

  • Asar los chiles secos sin que se quemen para que no se amarguen y cocer en agua suficiente hasta que estén suaves. Apagar el fuego y dejar enfriar.
  •  Moler los chiles con las especias, ajo, sal, vinagre(con agua donde se cocieron los chiles).
  • Bañar la carne de cerdo ya lavada con la salsa y revolver para integrar bien. Dejar reposar por 3 horas mínimo. Si es posible dejar reposar toda la noche para intensificar el sabor.
  • Cocer los nopales en juliana, con sal, ajo , cebolla y 2 Hojas de laurel, cuando estén cocidos escurrir y reservar.
  • Armar los mixiotes; ayudándote de un plato hondo, colocar la hoja de maguey o parchment paper (o si no encuentras cualquiera de las opciones anteriores coloca una hoja de papel aluminio o una hoja de plátano). Coloca la carne con salsa suficiente, encima coloca los nopales al gusto, una hoja de laurel, y una hoja de aguacate. Si utilizas hoja de maguey o parchment paper levantar las cuatro esquinas hasta formar un morralito y atar con hilo de carnicero o de cocina y si utilizas el aluminio con hoja de plátano envuelve como un tamalito.
  • Colocar los mixiotes en una olla grande y dejar cocer a vapor por 1 1/2 hora a hasta que estén bien suavecitos.
  • Servir acompañado de arroz o solos.

Nutrition

Serving: 1Mixiote | Calories: 252kcal | Carbohydrates: 23g | Protein: 12g | Fat: 14g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 5g | Trans Fat: 0.1g | Cholesterol: 42mg | Sodium: 72mg | Potassium: 703mg | Fiber: 9g | Sugar: 13g | Vitamin A: 7854IU | Vitamin C: 10mg | Calcium: 32mg | Iron: 3mg

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Easy Refrigerator Pickles

This refrigerator pickles recipe is super-easy to prep in just 5 minutes, it’s customizable with your favorite seasonings, and it yields the most delicious, fresh, crisp homemade pickles. Got a pickle craving? Quick — let’s make a batch of homemade pickles together! ♡ We’ve been making this refrigerator pickles recipe on repeat this summer, especially […]

This refrigerator pickles recipe is super-easy to prep in just 5 minutes, it’s customizable with your favorite seasonings, and it yields the most delicious, fresh, crisp homemade pickles.

Got a pickle craving? Quick — let’s make a batch of homemade pickles together! ♡

We’ve been making this refrigerator pickles recipe on repeat this summer, especially while ripe cucumbers are in season. And while I know that everyone has their own preferences when it comes to the perfect pickle, in my book, it doesn’t get any better than this simple recipe. Inspired by Grillo’s famous fresh pickles, these homemade pickles are perfectly crisp and crunchy, they’re loaded up with a fresh blend of garlicky-dill-bay seasonings, they are salty and vinegary but not overly so, and WOW are they delicious.

They are also amazingly quick and easy to make, requiring only about 5 minutes of prep time and at least a few hours to pickle. (Or if you have the patience, they’re even more delicious the next day.) They’re also naturally gluten-free and vegan. And while they are wonderful in burgers, sandwiches, salads, cocktails and more, here in our house we’re obsessed with just popping them plain as a quick snack. There’s nothing more satisfying in my book than that crisp cucumber crunch!

So gather up your ingredients and let’s make a quick batch of homemade pickles together!

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What To Eat This Week: 7/3/22.

This summery menu is off the charts. Super easy meals this week too! What’s on your menu this week? What To Eat This Week Starting things off with a potato chip frittata! We love breakfast for dinner. Sheet pan shrimp nachos are up next. Roasted corn and black bean cheddar melts for the win. My […]

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This summery menu is off the charts.

Super easy meals this week too!

What’s on your menu this week?

What To Eat This Week

Starting things off with a potato chip frittata! We love breakfast for dinner.

Sheet pan shrimp nachos are up next.

Roasted corn and black bean cheddar melts for the win.

My new grilled chicken rice bowls are just deeeelish.

Smoked mozzarella and spinach pizza is absolutely wonderful too.

Make a patch of chipotle pulled pork with pickled peaches!

For lunches – marinated mediterranean chickpeas.

And breakfast is some homemade veggie cream cheese, for bagels, toast, english muffins and more!

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Why Instant Pudding Is My Secret Weapon for Summer Desserts

Nickel & Dine is a budget column by Rebecca Firkser, food writer, recipe developer, and expert budgeter. This time, Rebecca is teaming up with our friends at Walmart to share tips for easy summer entertaining, featuring her signature flavor-packed,…

Nickel & Dine is a budget column by Rebecca Firkser, food writer, recipe developer, and expert budgeter. This time, Rebecca is teaming up with our friends at Walmart to share tips for easy summer entertaining, featuring her signature flavor-packed, time-saving recipes plus a few of her must-have hosting items from Walmart—order ‘em online for pickup or delivery.


Ah, pudding. I don’t see how anyone could not love the creamy, classic treat. (I know a lot of folks, in fact, who do not love pudding and I simply do not get it.) Made with just a few fridge and pantry staples—like sugar, cornstarch, milk, sometimes eggs and butter, plus vanilla extract or cocoa powder—it’s an affordable dessert that tastes like a million bucks.

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Breakfast Nachos

Breakfast nachos are a fun and easy way to change up your breakfast or brunch routine. Plus, the topping options are endless!

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I love doing a big Sunday breakfast or brunch at home. It’s just such a great way to enjoy my day off without spending the money on going out to eat. …And I can do it in the comfort of my pajamas. 😏 But I don’t always have big energy to do a BIG brunch, so these Breakfast Nachos are a fun compromise. They’re definitely a splurge compared to my regular weekday oats, but still super easy. Plus, I can use up whatever ingredients I have left in my fridge as extra toppings! WIN! 🙌

Overhead view of a sheet pan full of breakfast nachos.

What Makes them Breakfast Nachos?

Okay, so these are pretty much just regular nachos but with scrambled eggs on top, but hey, what better excuse to eat nachos for breakfast?? You can make them even more breakfast-y by adding some browned breakfast sausage or crumbled bacon, but I went with a vegetarian nacho this time around.

What Else Can I Add?

I topped my nachos with eggs, cheese, black beans, tomato, onion, jalapeños, and sour cream, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to possible nacho toppings. Scan your fridge to see if you have any of these other ingredients to add to your nachos:

Tips for Making Nachos

Nachos seem like a no-brainer, but I’ve got a couple of quick tips to really help take your nachos to the next level.

  1. Use sturdy chips. Avoid “thin & crispy” tortilla chips and go for the kind that are thick and sturdy because they need to be strong enough to lift all those delicious toppings!
  2. Layer the ingredients! There’s nothing worse than getting a chip with no toppings or a chip so loaded that it breaks under the pressure, so layer your toppings for the best chip-to-topping ratio.
Close up overhead shot of breakfast nachos.
Overhead view of breakfast nachos on the sheet pan.

Breakfast Nachos

Breakfast nachos are fun and easy way to change up your breakfast or brunch routine. Plus, the topping options are endless!
Course Breakfast, Brunch
Cuisine American, Southwest
Total Cost $8.04 recipe / $2.01 serving
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 32 minutes
Servings 4
Calories 933kcal
Author Beth – Budget Bytes

Ingredients

  • 1 Roma tomato $0.36
  • 1/4 red onion $0.09
  • 1 jalapeño $0.18
  • 1 15oz. can black beans, rinsed and drained $0.79
  • 4 oz. cheddar cheese, shredded $1.25
  • 6 large eggs $1.20
  • 1/4 tsp salt $0.02
  • 1/4 tsp pepper $0.02
  • 2 Tbsp butter $0.22
  • 1 15oz. bag tortilla chips $3.49
  • 1/2 cup sour cream $0.42

Instructions

  • Dice the tomato and red onion. Slice the jalapeño. Rinse and drain the black beans. Shred the cheddar cheese.
  • Preheat the oven to 350ºF. Whisk together the eggs, salt, and pepper in a large bowl.
  • Melt the butter in a large non-stick skillet over medium heat. Once hot, add the whisked eggs and gently stir and fold until the eggs are mostly set, but still slightly wet (they'll finish cooking in the oven).
  • Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper for easy cleanup. Spread half of the tortilla chips over the surface of the baking sheet, then top with half of the eggs, half of the black beans, and half of the shredded cheese.
  • Repeat with a second layer of chips, eggs, beans, and cheese.
  • Bake the nachos in the preheated oven for 5-7 minutes, or until the cheese is melted.
  • Remove the nachos from the oven and top with the remaining fresh ingredients: tomato, onion, jalapeño, and sour cream. Serve hot.

Nutrition

Serving: 0.25batch | Calories: 933kcal | Carbohydrates: 93g | Protein: 31g | Fat: 50g | Sodium: 1249mg | Fiber: 13g
Close up of a chip with toppings.

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How to Make Breakfast Nachos – Step by Step Photos

Tomato onion and jalapeño chopped.

Prep the toppings first, so they’re ready to go when you need them. Dice one Roma tomato, slice one jalapeño, and dice ¼ of a red onion. Rinse and drain well one 15oz. can of black beans. Shred 4oz. of cheddar cheese.

Whisked eggs in a bowl.

Begin preheating the oven to 350ºF. Whisk six large eggs in a bowl with ¼ tsp salt and ¼ tsp pepper.

Lightly scrambled eggs.

Heat 2 Tbsp butter in a large non-stick skillet over medium. Once the skillet is hot and the butter is melted, swirl to coat the surface. Add the whisked eggs to a skillet and let them cook, gently folding and stirring, until they are mostly set, but still slightly wet. Do not cook the eggs fully here because they will cook more when the nachos are in the oven.

tortilla chips on a lined baking sheet.

Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper for easy cleanup. Add ½ of a 15oz. bag of tortilla chips to the baking sheet. The chips do not need to completely cover the surface of the baking sheet.

Eggs, beans, and cheese layered on top of chips.

Add half of the scrambled eggs, half of the drained black beans, and half of the shredded cheddar.

Second layer of chips, eggs, beans, and cheese.

Add a second layer of chips, eggs, beans, and cheese.

Baked nachos on the sheet pan.

Bake the nachos in the fully pre-heated 350ºF oven for 5-7 minutes, or until the cheese is melted.

Finished breakfast nachos with fresh toppings added.

Quickly add your fresh and cold toppings like the tomato, onion, jalapeño, and sour cream (about 1/2 cup total). Serve hot!

Overhead view of breakfast nachos on the sheet pan.

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Ice Cream Cake

It’s the start of a long summer weekend – what better way to celebrate than with a homemade ice cream cake?! Until I started making this ice cream cake recipe, every slice of ice cream cake I’d ever eaten was the same. I’m sure …


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Currently Crushing On.

Hello weekend! I can’t believe it’s the 4th of July already?! This week on the blog I shared this grilled chicken rice bowl. I also shared a huge 4th of July recipe guide, along with a triple berry cheesecake galette and some spiked summer fruit punch! There’s a new summer fridays post too. And my […]

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summer fridays

Hello weekend! I can’t believe it’s the 4th of July already?!

This week on the blog I shared this grilled chicken rice bowl. I also shared a huge 4th of July recipe guide, along with a triple berry cheesecake galette and some spiked summer fruit punch!

There’s a new summer fridays post too. And my june favorites are up!

Of course, you can find this week’s menu here as well as a peek at a week in our life.

You can order your copy of Everyday Dinners now! It is on still on MAJOR sale at the moment. Once you have your book, be sure to join the Everyday Dinners Cookbook Club too. We just started a NEW challenge this week for the summer! It’s been going strong since The Pretty Dish came out in 2018 and it’s super fun! I am LOVING seeing all of your creations on instagram and in our cookbook club. Join now so you can enjoy the challenges and giveaways!

xoxoxo

WHAT I’M LOVING RIGHT NOW

No bake oreo cheesecake! Yes please.

And homemade cosmic brownies.

Salmon new orleans looks amazing.

Obsessed with this mason jar sorbet.

Cowboy caviar for the win.

I want this farmer’s market skillet gnocchi.

Honey garlic shrimp and broccoli for dinner.

Yes yes yes – chicken broccoli ziti.

Lemon white chocolate cookies. Yum.

These roasted radishes look amazing.

BLT pasta salad is the best.

The prettiest berry caprese!

Pistachio cake is also beautiful!

Let’s do it. Avocado cucumber salsa.

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7 Affordable Essentials That Make Any Summer Dinner Feel Like a Party

We’ve teamed up with Walmart to transform your summer gatherings, one affordable dinner at a time. Order online or via their app to shop your go-to groceries, reusable tableware, and other household items, then select delivery or pickup for a seamless …

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Without a doubt, one of my favorite things to do is host family and friends. I love creating menus to make sure everyone has something they’ll like, setting the table so guests feel welcome, and adding small, special touches that require minimal effort on my part (and don’t break the bank). Especially now that summer is in full swing, we have guests filtering in and out of the apartment, so I like to keep certain items on hand to ensure we always have food to serve and accessories to make a last-minute party.

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7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (July 4-10)

A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas and a shopping list. All recipes include macros and links to WW recipe builder to get your personal points. 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan I hope everyone had a safe and happy 4th of July! Now that summer is truly here […]

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A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas and a shopping list. All recipes include macros and links to WW recipe builder to get your personal points.

7 Day Healthy Meal Plan

I hope everyone had a safe and happy 4th of July! Now that summer is truly here check out these “cool” recipes to help you beat the heat! Have the kids help make Blueberry Frozen Yogurt, Raspberry Yogurt Ice Pops, or for the grown ups try my Citrus Basil Mojito Pops! (with or without the rum!) Enjoy!
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