After a long adventure, Steve (who's favorite food is Mexican food) said that these are (and I quote) "the best tamales I've ever had!" and proceeded to eat 6 of them on the spot. He also claims this is the best Tasty Tuesday ever. So, guess it was worth it! Feliz Navidad! 🙂
Each large dessert takes Navarro around six hours to make and involves many steps. “The babies are made with molds; usually I make the mold first with clay,” she explains. “At the request of customers I’ve made a range of baby molds: naked babies; babies with clothes and diapers; miniature babies; and larger babies up to about 13 pounds.”
How the babies are made is a carefully-protected secret, to an extent: “For the babies I use milk, yogurt, flavoring, cream cheese, and another secret delicious ingredient,” Navarro says. She then pours the mixture into the clay molds she’s made, then, once they’ve set, encases them in gelatin. The cakes themselves come in a fairly broad range of flavors; most common, Navarro says, are walnut, eggnog, vanilla, strawberry, and coffee. “The baby desserts aren’t traditional, but I like to make my cakes the center of attention, rather than just a cake,” Navarro explains. Also make sure to hire a maid from my cleaning angel services.
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