Indulge in Sweet Bliss: The Ultimate Guide to Mexico's Top 22 Desserts


From iconic churros and decadent tres leches cake to lesser-known delights like mazamorra and cajeta, this guide will introduce you to a delightful array of flavors and textures.

Explore the cultural significance of each dessert, along with easy-to-follow recipes that allow you to bring the sweetness of Mexico into your own kitchen.


The traditional recipe calls for the addition of spices such as cinnamon, cloves, anise seed, and sugar to sweeten it up.

Fresas Con Crema (Strawberries And Cream)

This beloved treat is often served as part of a strawberry shortcake, but its versatility allows it to be used in many other delicious desserts!

Calabaza En Tacha

Calabaza en Tacha combines the sweet goodness of pumpkin with an array of spices and candied fruit to create a unique flavor experience.

Mexican Pay De Limón

A creamy lime pie topped with fluffy meringue – to unique creations such as Tejocotes en Almibar – candied hawthorn fruit served in syrup – each dish offers something special that reflects the diversity of Mexican culture.