Mexican God's Eye Craft. My niece's and nephew's just love to make these! One year they made them to accompany some of the luminarias at Relay for Life.

Christmas Around the World {Mexico}

Mexican God's Eye Craft. My niece's and nephew's just love to make these! One year they made them to accompany some of the luminarias at Relay for Life.

Slow cooker Mexican hot chocolate is warm and comforting. Made with cinnamon, nutmeg, chocolate, and chili powder. A spin on the traditional hot chocolate.

Mexican Hot Chocolate (Slow Cooker)

Slow cooker Mexican hot chocolate is warm and comforting. Made with cinnamon, nutmeg, chocolate, and chili powder. A spin on the traditional hot chocolate.

Mexican Bunuelos from Food.com:   								My mom used to make these every year with her Spanish class students. We LOVE them! Kind of a mexican version of elephant ears, but different. VERY addicting! This makes a lot, so you may want to cut the recipe in half.

Mexican Bunuelos

Mexican Bunuelos from Food.com: My mom used to make these every year with her Spanish class students. We LOVE them! Kind of a mexican version of elephant ears, but different. VERY addicting! This makes a lot, so you may want to cut the recipe in half.

Rosca de Reyes is the traditional sweet bread that Mexicans eat with hot chocolate the morning of January 6th after opening presents.

Rosca de Reyes

Rosca de Reyes is the traditional sweet bread that Mexicans eat with hot chocolate the morning of January 6th after opening presents.

Mexican Christmas Traditions: How They Celebrate Christmas in Mexico

Mexican Christmas Traditions: How They Celebrate Christmas in Mexico

Christmas parol, also known and the Christmas lantern, is a traditional Filipino symbol of the star of Bethlehem. It is the most recgnized Christmas symbol of faith and hope in the Philippines.

Tamales are a traditional Mexican food which are often eaten during the Christmas season.

Mexican Christmas Traditions: How They Celebrate Christmas in Mexico

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