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In Costa Rica we celebrate Pascua with our family and friends and sometimes we just take our time to relax and enjoy the weather. Normally during this time of the year is very hot over there, so you will see a lot of families enjoying the beach during that time.
For those that don’t go to the beach, we stay at home enjoying all the celebrations and having some rest and family time. We also gather to enjoy a lot of food and delicious desserts. Yum! as I start thinking about dessert it came to my mind a bizcocho de dulce de leche that my grandmother used to make, and this is a secret please don’t tell anybody but, this was a “cake” with wherever we had on the pantry, one thing that my grandma was good at was to created delicious dessert using her imagination.
This bizcocho or sponge was our official Holy week cake, it was perfect, not to sweet and great because like I said before it is very hot during this time. We made it as a family and we were all involve in it, I was the official mixer, yep my grandma made me mix with a wooden spoon, she said no hay nada como una cuchara de madera.
Our Pascua or Holy week was the best I remember, and now I want my girls to get into this roots, that is why we went to Walmart to buy some delicious MARS candy specially:
- M&M’s® Easter Sundae flavor
- M&M’s® varieties that have Easter colors
- DOVE® Chocolate Eggs
- Starburst® Jellybeans
- Skittles® Easter
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I know you are like. What? Well, you need to add some candy to the sponge, I personally love the flavor of the M&M’s® Easter Sundae wow it is delicious, you can find this flavor only at Walmart for limited time. So like I said we went and bought all the ingredients then bake and chill the most delicious dessert you will ever put in your mouth, yes it is amazing!
Know that you have some inspiration, I want yo hear from you, what is your tradition, your most treasure memories during Holy Week?