Mexican Vanilla Raspados
Raspados, also known as Mexican snow cones, are a popular Mexican treat. They are made with shaved ice, flavored syrup, and often topped with cream, fruit, or other sweet toppings. The most popular flavor of raspados is Mexican vanilla, which is a combination of vanilla extract, sugar, and cinnamon.
History of Mexican Vanilla Raspados
Raspados have been a popular treat in Mexico for centuries. The original recipe for Mexican vanilla raspados was created in the early 1900s by a Mexican candy maker. The recipe was passed down through generations and is still popular today.
The main ingredients for Mexican vanilla raspados are shaved ice, Mexican vanilla extract, sugar, and cinnamon. The ice is usually shaved from a block of ice, but can also be made from crushed ice. The Mexican vanilla extract is made from the pods of the vanilla plant, which is native to Mexico. The sugar and cinnamon are added to give the raspados a sweet and spicy flavor.
To make Mexican vanilla raspados, the shaved ice is placed in a bowl and the Mexican vanilla extract, sugar, and cinnamon are added. The mixture is stirred until all the ingredients are combined. The raspados are then topped with cream, fruit, or other sweet toppings.
Mexican vanilla raspados are usually served in a bowl or cup. They can also be served in a cone or on a stick. The raspados can be enjoyed as a snack or as a dessert.
Mexican vanilla raspados are a low-calorie treat. One serving of Mexican vanilla raspados contains approximately 100 calories. It is also a good source of carbohydrates and dietary fiber.