These Churros are crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside. They’re fried and then immediately rolled in cinnamon and sugar. Churros are made from a super easy choux pastry that when piped into hot oil, turns into something magical and delicious. If you’ve lived a delicious life, then I’m sure you’ve been blessed to have eaten churros at Disneyland. If not, I feel badly for you. Truly. There’s nothing better than walking down Main St. with a churro in your hand trying to figure out the next ride to go on. What a delight! The other place I’ve eaten a purely sublime churro is in Mexico City at El Moro. They are gigantic and delicious. And super crispy and fluffy at the same time. And of course, they serve them with melted chocolate. I could eat so many. Churro-making is reserved for those special occasions because they require a bit of hot oil. And no, no one should be baking churros. NO ONE. How to Make Churros: Bring to a boil. Mix the butter, water, vanilla and salt in a saucepan and wait for the butter to melt. Once the butter has melted, bring the mixture […]

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