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Special Hot Fruit Punch Recipe Guatemala

Special Hot Fruit Punch for Christmas

The recipe for Hot Punch of Fruits from Guatemala is a very traditional drink of the end of the year and the Christmas season. This delicious drink has formed from the traditions of Guatemala for a long time.


Guatemalan Christmas Rompope Recipe

If you have visited Guatemala during the Christmas season, you have undoubtedly heard of the exquisite Christmas drink Rompope. This delicious and very popular drink is originally from Salcaj√°, Quetzaltenango Guatemala.


Guatemalan Quince Sweet Recipe

This is a traditional recipe from Guatemala. It is very simple but delicious. It is in fact one of the richest desserts in traditional cuisine, especially in Antigua Guatemala.


Champurradas Recipe Guatemala

The famous "champurradas" are basically large cookies with sesame seeds on top. This simple yet delicious shortbread cookie has a round, flat, toasted shape. You can enjoy them for breakfast or as a dessert with a hot coffee.


Common names and words in Spanish when Cooking - part 3

This is the last post on the short series of words commonly used in the kitchen or the dining room in Guatemala and Latin America in Spanish Language. This will help you follow any recipe a little bit easier, like the ones we have shared in our blog.


Words and quotes used when cooking in Spanish 2

We continue with the series of words commonly used in the kitchen in Guatemala and Latin America. Either to share with friends and family speaking in Spanish. Or following a recipe, here we share useful words and phrases for you to continue learning the Spanish language.


Learn Spanish Words and Quotes used in the kitchen

When we are at home, possibly one of the places where we spend the most time is in the kitchen. That is why it is a good idea to be able to communicate better in Spanish when we are spending time with friends and family and speaking in Spanish.


Guava Rings Traditional Candy Recipe

Guava Rings (known in Spanish as Colochos de Guayaba) are traditional Guatemalan sweets, and this one in particular is originally from Antigua Guatemala. These different and delicious sweets first emerged during Holy Week a long time ago, but over time this candy became popular throughout Guatemala.