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MARTHA BAKES: Latin American Cookies

Airs Saturday, Dec. 28, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. on KPBS TV

Martha Stewart shares an iconic recipe highlighting Latin America’s rich culi...

Credit: Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living OmniMedia

Above: Martha Stewart shares an iconic recipe highlighting Latin America’s rich culinary heritage: bite-sized sandwich cookies known as casadinhos, which is the Portuguese word for married.

Martha shares all of the techniques you'll need for picture-perfect creations

Join Martha as she shares three iconic recipes highlighting Latin America's rich culinary heritage on "Latin American Cookies."

Cinnamon-sugar coated polvorones get their name from the word polvo, meaning "dust" in Spanish.

Photo credit: Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living OmniMedia

Martha Stewart shares an iconic recipe highlighting Latin America’s rich culinary heritage: cinnamon-sugar coated polvorones, which get their name from the word polvo, meaning “dust” in Spanish.

She bakes bite-sized sandwich cookies known as casadinhos, which is the Portuguese word for married, and Guatemalan champurradas, made with locally grown sesame seeds. Recipes so delicious, you'll want to travel to Latin America!

Learn to create the finest desserts in your own home on MARTHA BAKES. Get Martha's recipes from the series.

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Join Martha as she shares three iconic recipes highlighting Latin America’s rich culinary heritage. Cinnamon-sugar coated polvorones get their name from the word polvo, meaning “dust” in Spanish, bite-sized sandwich cookies known as casadinhos, which is the Portuguese word for married, and Guatemalan champurradas made with locally grown sesame seeds.

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