Cinco de Mayo to me means meeting up with my friends for margaritas and an unlimited supply of guacamole and chips.
I mean, if any day of the year you should indulge in chips and guac, it should be Cinco de Mayo!
Alongside those chips and guac, make something spiralized! Today, I’ve rounded up my best Mexican-themed recipes for you to make for dinner – just don’t forget the margaritas!
Before we get to the roundup, now that we’re almost in May (ahh!), we’re reinstating the Recipe Challenges in the Inspiralized Community! With these, I’m challenging YOU to be the recipe writer and come up wtih your best recipes. If you’re not a member already, sign up now – it’s free!
The winners will receive prizes like signed copies of the cookbook, Inspiralizers, Inspiralized t-shirts and much more! May’s challenge starts on 5/1, so start submitting your recipes – the theme will be:
We’re gearing up for summer break with a kid challenge! For this recipe challenge, your task is to create a recipe for a picky eater. Picky eaters are one of the many joys of parenthood – submit a dish that even the pickiest of eaters won’t turn down.
Good luck, I can’t wait to see what you come up with! Best part? The winning recipe will be featured up on Inspiralized.com, photographed by me!
Spiralized Cinco de Mayo Recipe Roundup
Left: Vegetarian Bell Pepper Fiesta Skillet
Top right: Sweet Potato Rice Mexican Breakfast Skillet
Bottom right: Sweet Potato Fideo Soup with Avocado
Left: Roasted Jalapeno-lime Tilapia with Manchego-Cilantro-Pepita Pesto Zucchini Noodles
Top right: Black Bean and Avocado Jalapeno Turnip Noodle Bowl
Bottom right: Mexican Street Corn Sweet Potatoes with Creamy Chipotle-Avocado Sauce
Left: Black Bean and Butternut Squash Noodle Lettuce Tacos
Top right: Jalapeno Chicken and Bean Zucchini Noodle Soup
Bottom right: Beef Taco Zucchini Spaghetti