"These cakes are actually cookies. In Mexico, cooks often roll them in powdered sugar and then wrap them in white tissue paper. The ends of the paper are twisted to resemble bonbons." — Ortega®
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I had to make a dessert for my Spanish class, and it was very easy and quick to make the last minute. I also received a lot of compliments from the class, thanks! =)
These cute little cookies are absolutely delicious!!! I used mini chocolate chips instead of the regular sized ones. My family really enjoyed these. This recipe is a keeper!
So great! These cookies look great and were really impressive. As a college student, I impressed all my friends who never cook anything more than macaroni and cheese. "You made THOSE from scratch????" I would, however, reduce the amount of cinnamon, because it was slightly overpowering. thanks for the awesome recipe!
These cookies are beautiful!! However, I will decrease the cinnamon to 1 1/2 tsp. the next time I prepare them. It was just a bit too much. I did use the mini choc chips, and it worked out great.
I made this for a Mexican themed fund raiser, they were a hit! Everyone raved about how delicious they were and wanted the recipe.
This was a great recipe and very soft in the middle. Thank You!!!
A great cookie recipe! Very fancy looking without alot of work.
These cookies were wonderful! We had a mexican dinner party, and I served these with the traditional Mexican wedding cakes so we would have a little chocolate. The cinnamon in them was nice, and I received a lot of compliments.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Chip Mexican Wedding Cakes
Serving Size: 1/54 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 54
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 56
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