Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo on May 5 with your kids at home this year. We've compiled some amazing recipes that will put the fiesta in your fun! Olé!

Taco Pizza
You can never go wrong with pizza for kids. Get recipe from Pillsbury.

Piñata Cookies
These multi-striped, burro piñata cookies come complete with hollow centers that you can fill with a secret stash of your favourite candies. Break open or bite into these festive treats and be greeted with a sugary surprise. Get recipe from Pillsbury.

Mexican "Unfried" Ice Cream
This no-fry ice cream is a quick and easy Mexican-inspired dish that has all of the crunch of actual fried ice cream but without all of the mess. Get recipe from skinnytaste.

Cinco de Mayo Pancakes
Kick off the Cinco de Mayo festivities with this fun and adorable breakfast! We especially love the bacon moustache. Get recipe from Kitchen Fun with my Three Sons.

Piñata Cones
These scrumptious cones with a candy-centre surprise are sure to be a big hit! Get recipe from Evite.

Taco Bar
Taco bars are super easy to set-up and kids can help prepare the ingredients. The assembly line gives everyone a chance to pick and choose what goes on their plate, perfect for picky eaters. Get recipe from Hostess With The Mostess.

These fried cookies are favourites at Mexican restaurants. Get recipe from King Arthur Flour.

Guacamole Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Everyone's favourite sandwich with a Mexican twist! A buttery and toasty grilled cheese sandwich stuffed with cool and creamy guacamole, crispy bacon, and melted jack and cheddar cheese. Get recipe from Closet Cooking.

Sombrero Cookies filled with Candy
Break open one of these colorful Sombrero Cookies to reveal the surprise inside! These festive candy filled treats will be perfect for Cinco de Mayo or a Mexican Fiesta. Get recipe from Hungry Happenings.

Piñata Cake
Looking for a cake that will blow people away? Look no further than this piñata cake! Get recipe from A Subtle Revelry.

Mexican Chocolate Donuts
With a little cinnamon and a pinch of heat from cayenne, you know this isn’t your average chocolate donut. Get recipe from Garnish with Lemon.

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