One of Reed Hearon's creation from La Parilla uses Mexican special chocolate, prepared cajeta (caramel sauce) topped with cajeta cream.
A traditional Mexican dessert. Squares of dough are fried then covered with a caramel syrup made from piloncillo.
A rich caramel sauce made from goats milk. Adequate products are available in Mexican grocery stores but you are in for a real treat if you take the time to make your own. Look for goats milk in your local health food store. Cajeta can be used over ice cream, as a filling for desserts or even atop pecan cheesecake (Pay de Queso y Nuez con Cajeta).
Although called wedding cakes these little light cookies are incredibly easy to make and are heavenly to eat.
This is a delicious puff pastry dessert that is sometimes served drizzled with honey or served as an accompaniment with soups.