Category Archives: Breakfast

Nopales con Huevo

nopales con huevo in a mexican dish.

Nopales con Huevo is a breakfast staple at any Mexican home. It is a savory Mexican-style egg scramble with nopales (prickly pear cactus), tomato, onion, and jalapeño. It is super easy to make and only requires 5 main ingredients. Nopales con Huevo Nopales in English are called “prickly pear cactus” because this type of cactus


molletes on an authentic mexican plate.

Molletes are Mexican open-faced sandwiches made with beans, cheese, salsa, and avocado. It’s simple, easy to make, and highly comforting. Perfect to make when you have leftover beans! Molletes Molletes (pronounced moh-yeh-tehs) are Mexican toasts made with bolillo bread rolls and topped with lots of flavors from homemade refried beans, cheese, and pico de Gallo.

Vegan Chilaquiles Rojos

vegan chilaquiles on a plate with avocado.

These vegan chilaquiles are the perfect Mexican breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. Crispy, air-fried tortillas mixed in with a savory guajillo sauce and vegan egg. They are easy to make and high in protein, fiber, and flavor! Vegan Chilaquiles If you go to Mexico, you’ll see that chilaquiles are the most popular breakfast/lunch to have.

Mexican Potatoes (Papas a la Mexicana)

mexican potato tacos on a beige plate.

Mexican Potatoes are simple but incredibly flavorful and satisfying. Super easy diced potatoes pan-fried with tomato, onion, and Serrano peppers. It’s one of those dishes that once you try once, you’ll be making again and again. Mexican Potatoes (papas a la Mexicana) I grew up eating Mexican potatoes at least once a week. They were

Garlic Avocado Toast

garlic avocado toast

You haven’t experienced avocado toast until you try this garlic avocado toast. A delicious garlic avocado mash on top of a toast along with sweet red peppers and spiced olives. This simple twist on the classic avocado toast is life-changing and perfect for a delicious breakfast or snack. Garlic Avocado Toast I came up with



Enfrijoladas are corn tortillas soaked in a black bean mixture and topped with queso fresco (fresh cheese), avocado, and cilantro. This dish is authentic, very simple, delicious, and easy to make! What are Enfrijoladas? I grew up eating enfrijoladas (4 year-old Anna LOVED them) and I’m pretty sure I was eating them everyday at one