Craving a taste of comfort in a cup? Let’s talk Atole! From the creamy Atole de Maizena to the sweet hug of Atole de Pinole, these recipes are your ticket to coziness. Find your perfect sip, warm up your soul, and turn your kitchen into a sanctuary. Time to brew joy in every mug!

Atole de Guayaba

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Whip up a delightful atole de guayaba! Combine guava fruit, milk, and masa for a creamy, sweet, and warm Mexican drink. Ideal for breakfast or an afternoon treat. Enjoy the fruity goodness, especially paired with chicken tamales. Perfect for cozy family moments! Get the recipe: Atole de Guayaba.

Atole de Avena

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Start the day right with Atole de Avena. This is a creamy oatmeal delight! Blend oats, cinnamon, milk, and vanilla for a sweet and cozy beverage. Nutritious, fulfilling, and best paired with breakfast delights in Mexico! Get the recipe: Atole de Avena.

Atole de Arroz 

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Simple, delicious Mexican hot beverage made from rice, milk, cinnamon, and sugar. Its creamy texture and gentle sweetness, combined with hints of cinnamon, make it a simple and delightful recipe. Enjoy it as a comforting breakfast or throughout the day. Get the recipe: Atole de Arroz.

Atole de Galleta

Two cups of atole de galleta with biscuits on the background.
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Whip up a breeze with Atole de Galleta! Mix Maria cookies, milk, piloncillo, vanilla, and cinnamon for a classic, easy-to-make Mexican delight. Enjoy the sweet, rich flavor and creamy texture, perfect for mornings, afternoon snacks, or chilly nights. Get the recipe: Atole de Galleta.

Atole de Pinole

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A sweet, smoky delight with a hint of cinnamon. Perfect for chilly days, enjoy it with your favorite Mexican pastries. Make it easy at home with our step-by-step recipe featuring the wholesome goodness of Mexican pinole. Get the recipe: Atole de Pinole.

Atole de Calabaza

Pumpkin atole in cups.
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Savor fall with Atole de Calabaza—enjoy the sweet taste with pumpkin notes and earthy spices. This traditional Mexican drink, made of pumpkin, piloncillo, and masa harina, offers a slightly sweet, earthy flavor. Get the recipe: Atole de Calabaza.

Atole de Fresas

Atole de fresas on a mug with strawberries on the background.
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Craving Atole de Fresas? Just blend fresh strawberries, milk, and sugar. It’s an easy, sweet, and thick Mexican beverage perfect for breakfast or dinner with your favorite pastries or tamales. Get the recipe: Atole de Fresas.

Atole de Maizena 

Two cups of atole de maizena with biscuits on the background.
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Mix cornstarch, milk, vanilla, and cinnamon for a creamy, sweet treat. Ideal for chilly months, served with tamales for breakfast or paired with favorite pastries for a cozy afternoon snack. Get the recipe: Atole de Maizena.

Blue Corn Atole

Overhead of blue corn atole in a mug.
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Start the day with Blue Corn Atole—a Mexican hot drink made with blue corn masa, piloncillo, and cinnamon. Perfect for breakfast, naturally gluten-free, and dairy-free. Get the recipe: Blue Corn Atole.

Atole de Cajeta

Various atole de cajeta with cajeta on the side.
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Enjoy the caramel-like goodness of Atole de Cajeta, a creamy delight perfect for pairing with savory tamales or your favorite Mexican pastries. Blending Mexican caramel sauce, milk, cornstarch, cinnamon, and vanilla for a sweet taste of home in every sip. Get the recipe: Atole de Cajeta.

Maricruz Avalos Flores is a Mexican cook and photographer living in Italy where she shares authentic Mexican & Italian recipes that can be easily made at home using easy-to-find ingredients.

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