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Hello my friends. Churros is a traditional Spanish snack eaten during breakfast dipped in a thick hot chocolate, dulce de leche or cafe con leche. The Spanish Churros can be thin or long and thick. They are covered in a mix of sugar and cinnamon.
Honestly, these Churros didn't come out pretty or with the regular shape. Geoffrey had to take over making them. I need to better learn how to squeeze with a piping bag. Anyway, they still came out crispy, fluffy and sugary... and delicious!
Where to Dip Your Churros
This time around, I dipped half of the churros in salted caramel sauce, and the other half in my creamy, thick Spiced Hot Chocolate. Both dipping sauces were outstanding, but if you want an easy and quick solution, then the caramel sauce is your best option.
The Churros are better to eat right after they come out of the fryer. If you wait too long, they will get soft and saggy. Enjoy!
UPDATES: This recipe is also part of our special group of caramel sauce recipes called 6 Creamy Dreamy Caramel Sauce Recipes You will Crave All Year Long, and don't miss our new Orange Shortbread Cookies filled with Caramel Sauce recipe.
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