Happy Cinco de Mayo, everyone!
One of my earliest memories of Mexican food was celebrating Thanksgiving in a Mexican restaurant while I was studying abroad in Spain as a junior in college.
It was an experience I’ll never forget!
I feel funny getting excited about this holiday because I used to hate Mexican food!
As a kid, I was partial to Chef Boyardee, Kraft, Rice-a-Roni and Tysons and pretty much didn’t eat anything that others might have considered to be “ethnic” food. I was very picky and unwilling to try anything I deemed “weird.”
Fast forward to my 30s, and I’ve learned to not only try but also enjoy Mexican food.
After returning from a recent trip to San Diego, Bill and I have both had our share of tacos, guacamole and salsa, so I thought I’d dedicate a post to all things Mexican and highlight the Cinco de Mayo-friendly recipes on this blog.
Like all of my recipes, they are dairy-free, gluten-free, and muy delicioso 🙂
Walnut Taco Boats with Cashew Sour Cream (Don’t knock it ’til you’ve tried it! My friends Sam and Jillian LOVE their sour cream and go nuts over this stuff!)
Here are a few more Cinco de Mayo-friendly recipes to try:
Enchilada Stuffed Sweet Potatoes from Against All Grain
Avocado Crema from Against All Grain
Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken (great for tacos!) from The Gracious Pantry