Over the next week I’ll be bringing a few Mexican treats like today’s Mexican Candy. Coming from a partial Hispanic background and marrying into a Hispanic family, I’ve had the pleasure to eat some really delicious sweets that are super easy to make and VERY budget friendly!
There are a few versions of Mexican Candy but today I’m bringing you a very basic one. One that looks like a praline of sorts. It literally only takes minutes to make and a couple of minutes before they’re ready to eat. It definitely isn’t something I’d make often but for an occasional sugar rush, it sure hits the spot!
As with many recipes, you can completely omit the pecans but because we’re nuts ’round here, we put them in all kinds of desserts!
If you have your own version, I’d love to hear it!
P.S. If you’re looking for an organizer for your wax paper, foil, and plastic wrap (and they cut perfect every time!), check out the WrapMaster – It’s my favorite!
- 1 cup of white sugar
- 1 cup of brown sugar
- 1 cup of pecans (whole or pieces)
- 7 Tbs milk
- Wax Paper
Cook sugar & milk ingredients in saucepan until you a small ball forms in a glass of water. Meaning, drop just a tiny bit into a glass of water and if it forms into a solid, then it’s ready. Mix in pecans. Pour spoonfuls out onto waxed paper and let cool. VIOLA, it’s done. Told you it was fast!