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Maseca instant corn flour masa is the number one commercial brand in North America. You can find Maseca masa harina in major supermarkets, Latin stores and online at Amazon. If you store the masa harina in a sealed container, it will last for several months without going rancid.

Canillitas de leche is my favorite Guatemalan candy. For this Guatemalan canillitas de leche recipe I took a few shortcuts. I turned the traditional, time-consuming recipe into a simple and easy no-bake dessert that has all the flavor of the authentic canillitas de leche without the hard work! In this post, you will find a quick recipe for Guatemalan canillitas de leche, a delicious 10-minute dessert using only 3 ingredients you probably already have in your pantry: powdered sugar, condensed milk, and powdered milk!

I have a sweet tooth for traditional Guatemalan candy. And Guatemalan sweets and desserts are always one of the things I miss the most about living in the USA. From colochos de guayaba and cocadas to chilacayotes, nuegados and pepitoria, Guatemalan candy is as varied as the regions they come from. When I travel to Guatemala, one of my first stops is usually Antigua Guatemala. I always visit my favorite traditional candy store, Doña Marilla Gordillo to buy all my favorite Guatemalan candy including canillitas de leche.

I recommend adding Antigua to your must-do list when visiting Guatemala. It is one of the best tourist destinations in the country, not only for its magnificent colonial architecture and beautiful cobblestoned streets but also for its famous artisanal Guatemalan candy.

Because I love Guatemalan candy so much, I have always wanted to make them at home. However, when I looked for the traditional recipe to make canillitas de leche and realized that it took 2-3 hours of cooking, I was a bit discouraged.

The classic Guatemalan canillitas de leche is a traditional candy made with milk and sugar. Slightly harder on the outside, canillitas de leche are smooth and soft on the inside. When you pop them in your mouth, they melt effortlessly like magic.

The traditional Guatemalan candy recipe has whole milk, granulated sugar, and cinnamon sticks. Typically, you cook the milk and sugar for hours to reach the desired consistency. That is why I decided to take a few shortcuts and create a quick and easy canillitas de leche recipe. It is ready in ten minutes and uses ingredients you probably already have in your pantry (or can easily get at the grocery store):

This version of the classic recipe is one you can make ahead of time. My recipe for Guatemalan canillitas de leche is a 10-minute dessert so simple to make that it will surely become one of your new favorite Guatemalan recipes. Saving time in the cooking process means that you can spend more time with your family and friends enjoying this traditional Guatemalan candy.

You can make this Guatemalan candy the same day or prepare them beforehand. I like making them a day or two in advance to avoid running around last minute, especially when I am making other Guatemalan dishes like traditional Guatemalan Enchiladas. When shaping the canillas de leche you can get creative. My kids love to braid them or simply roll them into bite-size balls, you can let your imagination run wild and make them in any shape that you wish.

Canillitas are usually sold by street food vendors at fair regional fairs and markets and outside churches during religious celebrations like Holy Week. You can also find them at tiendas de dulces tipicos, stores that sell traditional Guatemalan candy, like Dona Marillo Gorillo located in Antigua Guatemala. But with this quick and easy 10-minute recipe, you can make them at home and enjoy them anytime!

This recipe could get a little sticky, especially since you will use your hands to shape the candy. To help prevent the mixture from sticking, pour a little cornstarch on your work surface and hands for kneading. Be careful not to add too much cornstarch as this can change the flavor of the canillitas.

Dulcería is the Spanish word for candy store and La Dulcería de Doña María Gordillo is probably the most famous candy store in Guatemala. The now-famous candy store has been reviewed and profiled in numerous magazines and newspapers. The land and house where is located the world-famous candy store has a history that begins in 1546, a little over 460 years ago. The candy shop, however, was established about 130 years ago. Here is the other side of the store.

Next to the candy jars, to your left, there is a magazine which has a photo of the candy store on the cover, can you tell me what the name of the magazine is? if you do and also tell me what the web address is for the magazine, I will send you a post card and a few postage stamps. Let the game begin!

Going from fermentation directly to drying gives this coffee much more fruity sweetness. It has an almost candy-like sweetness that reminds us of starbursts. This coffee is a great representation of how you can manipulate the processing method to achieve unique characteristics in the flavor.

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We celebrate Christmas starting December 24th. I remember as a kid we would wake up super early and start prepping for making tamales. We would clean and cut the banana leaves, make the masa, sauce, cut and cube the meats and start wrapping them. We also go hard on birthdays! Carne Asada is a must, jumpers, water balloons, pinatas, candy bags and Cumbia music are just some staples to those special events.

Novica has regional offices in South America, India, Thailand and West Africa and a Central American office in Antigua, Guatemala, that's run by Diego Chacon. Chacon said the regional offices help artisans photograph and prepare their work to be sold online.

Though Novica is one of the oldest, it is now one of many online businesses selling the work of artisans from around the world. Between 2002 and 2012, the artisan economy doubled to more than $32 billion a year, said Felipe Buitrago, a consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank.

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The Katters send care packages to the boys and their families containing clothes, food, candy and other essentials. They have put a concrete floor in Marcos' home to replace the dirt one and given both Families chickens, water filters and energy efficient wood burning stoves. 041b061a72


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