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Fany Gerson

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    Kiwi-Strawberry Ice Pops

    The kiwi's black seeds not only make this speckled pop gorgeous, they add a little bit of crunch. Create your own customized ice pop recipe with the Recipe Maker.

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    Creamy Orange-Vanilla Ice Pops

    Think of these pops as the ultimate homemade Creamsicle: creamy Greek yogurt combines with fresh-squeezed orange juice, with flecks of real vanilla bean. Create your own customized ice pop recipe…

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    Strawberry-Cherry Ice Pops

    These strawberry pops have a surprising texture, thanks to chewy bits of sweet-tart dried cherries. Create your own customized ice pop recipe with the Recipe Maker.

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    Spicy Mango Ice Pops (Paletas de Mango Enchilado)

    Mango and chile has become one of the most common combinations in sweets in Mexico; in fact, when you eat fresh mango, powdered chile of some kind is always on…

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    Gorditas de Piloncillo (Sweet Fried Masa Cakes)

    The name gorditas is used in an endearing manner in Mexico to describe many small but "fatty" (referring to thickness) foods. Everyone loves gorditas, and there are many different kinds. I…

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    Flan Imposible (Impossible Chocolate Flan)

    This dessert, excerpted from the cookbook My Sweet Mexico by Fany Gerson, gets its name from a magical thing that occurs in the oven. You fill a caramel-lined cake pan…

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    Mexican Hot Chocolate with Vanilla and Chile

    Mexican chocolate has a grainy texture because it is made with toasted ground cocoa beans, granulated sugar, and cinnamon. Depending on the brand and how intensely chocolaty you like your…

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    Pan de Muerto

    In the Mexican tradition, this sweet, buttery bread is a fixture at Day of the Dead celebrations. Serve the sugar-topped loaves with Mexican Hot Chocolate or coffee for dipping. Watch an audio…