Fiesta Favorites for Cinco de Mayo

Get ready for May 5th with these Fiesta Favorites for Cinco de Mayo!  Gonna let you in on a little secret of mine, might not be such a secret if you’ve been following Who Needs A Cape? for some time. I love Mexican food, really, really, really love Mexican food. So when Cinco de Mayo rolls around every May 5th, I’m totally ready to get my eat on! Thought I’d share with your some of our Fiesta Favorites for Cinco {Read More}

Pico de Gallo

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own. For me it is a big deal when someone requires a gluten-free lifestyle and now with Breton’s Gluten-Free Crackers I have a variety of flavors to offer friends and family when we have a get together or a lovely snack for myself!  My favorite flavor to snack on was the Breton White Bean with Salt and Pepper crackers, {Read More}

Super Easy Queso Dip

You know those small victories in life? The ones that may not mean much to others, but inside you’re fist-pumping and shouting YES! Well, for moms you can refer to those as #MomWins , those times where you want to proclaim to the world … SUCCESS! Around my house it may be something as simple as no complaining before leaving for school, getting a certain 6-year-old (we won’t name names) to brush her hair without whining, or maybe even getting {Read More}


  Sopapillas is a fried pastry popular in some South American countries that can be sweet or savory. I know them mostly from my childhood visits to Tex Mex restaurants as a treat we might get after the main meal. They would always arrive at the table slightly warm sprinkled in cinnamon and sugar. There would be honey on the side for drizzling. I had found a mix at my local grocery store when I moved back to Texas, but {Read More}

Mango Salsa

A fresh, sweet and spicy dip, perfect for Cinco de Mayo. I was very skeptical many  years ago when I was first tried Mango Salsa.  I soon discovered one of my favorite things to eat.  Mango Salsa can be eaten on its own with tortilla chips or crackers and can also be a great addition to several recipes.  It really compliments things like fish and barbecue pork or chicken. What I love best is that you can use fresh or frozen mango, {Read More}