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Does anyone have a recipe for Mexican Mocha ball cookies?

Question by serialmom12: Does anyone have a recipe for Mexican Mocha ball cookies?
I cut out a recipe years ago from the newspaper for this recipe but I’ve seem to have misplaced it. I know the cookies had coffee, chocolate and walnuts in them and after they were baked they were dipped in powdered sugar. Definately the best cookies I ever had!!

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mocha pecan balls

Servings: Makes about 95 cookies.

2 sticks (1 cup) unsalted butter, softened
1/2 cup granulated sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 tablespoon instant espresso powder
1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
3/4 teaspoon salt
1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
2 cups finely chopped pecans
confectioners’ sugar for coating the cookies PreparationIn a bowl with an electric mixer cream the butter with the granulated sugar until the mixture is light and fluffy, add the vanilla, the espresso powder, the cocoa powder, and the salt, and beat the mixture until it is combined well. Add the flour, beat the dough until it is just combined, and beat in the pecans. Chill the dough, covered, for at least 2 hours or overnight.
Preheat the oven to 375°F. Roll the dough into 1-inch balls and arrange the balls about 1 inch apart on baking sheets. Bake the cookies in batches in the middle of the oven for 12 to 15 minutes, or until they are just firm, and let them cool for 5 minutes on the sheets. Toss the warm cookies in batches in a bowl of the confectioners’ sugar to coat them well. The cookies maybe made 2 months in advance and kept frozen in airtight containers.

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3-year-old Mateo Makes His Case for Cupcakes: “Linda, honey, just listen.”

Mateo makes a sweet and convincing argument for cupcakes! Visit us at

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Spm (South Park Mexican) – Cookie Baker – The Purity Album

With Lyrics!!!!!! [hook] home maka cookie baka i need a woman that can shake and baka quarta key down to a oz down to a 22 a motha fukin stoned g home maka cookie baka i need a woman that can shake and baka lb down to a kp down to a oz down to swish a swish to all my ladies in the world all my fishes in the sea to all my nigas who got them gurls that are stuck on currency i do not know whut it feels like to let em take all yo paper cuz i ever did iba captain saver.let me show u how i take a one head to know a paper let the gurl b done didnt even show a paer shes a home maka baken cookie baka makin crunk luv while we watchin rickie laka not a heart braka but a body stumulata one that ease yo mind the time we smokin a pint we joke we let it go we loose control smoke this dope while we kick and if you were stuck up hoe then bitch u better get wit it.several times severl nights but you make my money rise all my fo’s you despsie and you got me hipnotized but im not gone on dope im stuck on curva c that woman cursin me i like them certain things i wana.. [hook] [spm] when i saw you in the club gurl lookin so fine i knew i had to get closer to bump and grind then i whispered in yo ear are you busy right now?u sed no slim yo keys and said come on down so i could see you shake that ass gurl make it bounce as i stack all my cash we be blowin an ounce so lets keep it a secret keep it under the cover.dont tell a single soul not even yo motha.see all thse chulas in my city comin
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Mexican Wedding Cookies with Cookbook Author Katie Lee

When it comes to sweets, we are tough critics. Fortunately, our culinary friends rarely disappoint and we’ve got a decadent treat to sweeten your week. Katie Lee takes us behind her burner and shares a recipe from her new cookbook The Comfort Table: Recipes for Everyday Occasions. Forget waiting for the next nuptials or bridal shower to make these cookies, this easy-to-prepare recipe turns any occasion into a special one. Tip: Shortbread cookies keep longer so these make great gifts Tip: Dough shouldn’t be too sweet because you’ll add sugar later Tip: Save butter wrappers and use them to grease your cookie sheet Trick: You can easily substitute pecans for other nuts in this recipe Trick: Keep nuts in the freezer for future use in recipes or as a quick snack Trick: Don’t have time to chill for an hour? Pop dough in the freezer for 20 min Trick: Save time by making the dough the night before and storing in the fridge Trick: Avoid a mess by putting a cookie sheet under the cooling rack Technique: Always use unsalted butter when baking Technique: Let butter come to room temperature so it will be soft and easy to mix Technique: Pinch off about a tablespoon of dough and roll it into a ball Technique: Cookies don’t spread much when baking so okay to place them close together Technique: Dip cookies in powdered sugar while they’re still warm for a nice coating

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What food should I bring to this dinner party?

Question by Sparkle: What food should I bring to this dinner party?
One of my friends is having a dinner party soon and has asked me to bring food or drinks. It’s a Latin party and most Mexican and Spanish recipes seem to be things that don’t travel, as I will be catching the train there. I can’t make nachos or taquitos for instance because they won’t taste any good by then and the sweets will go off. Should I bring corn chips with dips or take Mexican sugar almond cookies? Both would travel well and be eaten.

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Answer by Elliot
bring some mosquito eggs.

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