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Monday, May 4, 2020

12 Recipes for Cinco de Mayo

What’s a Cinco de Mayo celebration without chips, salsa, queso and guacamole?! It's one of my favorite holidays because everything is so colorful and festive and it’s also a good excuse to indulge in Mexican food. 

To be honest, I will most likely order some sort of takeout because I haven't been to the grocery store lately. But for those of you that have a stocked fridge, I’ve rounded up a few recipes that are perfect for a stay at home celebration. The good news, these recipes are great for any occasion...perfect for those future gatherings we are all dying to host. Step your guacamole game up a notch with a unique spin on the classic dip. Or give some of these cheese covered dishes a try. And don't forget the cervezas! 

What are some of your favorite Mexican inspired recipes?

via The Cookie Rookie
This MEXICAN STREET CORN DIP RECIPE is our favorite Hot Corn Dip! This Mexican Street Corn Recipe is a great way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo! Everything you love about spicy Mexican Dip with a cheesy baked street corn twist . BEST PARTY DIP EVER.

via Kristine's Kitchen
Easy Honey BBQ Slow Cooker Chicken Taquitos, filled with a creamy mixture of chicken, cheese, cream cheese, and homemade BBQ sauce! This baked chicken taquito recipe is made easier with the help of your crock pot!

via Skinnytaste
These easy Cilantro Lime Fish Tacos are made with flaky white fish, tomatoes, jalapeños, cilantro and lime topped with avocado.

via What's Gaby Cooking
Loaded Guacamole from (@whatsgabycookin)

via The Girl Who Ate Everything

via The Baking Fairy
5-ingredient white queso | The Baking Fairy

via Cooking Classy
Cilantro Lime Rice in a cream ceramic serving bowl set over a brown matte plate. Rice is garnished with cilantro, lime, avocado and orchid flower.

via Carlsbad Cravings
side view of chicken burrito topped with avocados and tomatoes

via Fit Foodie Finds
mango guacamole with chip

via Little Broken
Overhead best homemade fresh tomato salsa

Last but not least, a little something sweet. How good do these look?
via The Domestic Rebel

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