I was recently introduced to Churros by a Mexican friend, who claimed that she could keep eating them and never get tired. Churros turned out to be fritters…. Mexican fritters which tasted ethereal when dunked in chocolate sauce. Turns out the friend was right. I kept eating them yesterday, especially since I’d made a generous quantity of the chocolate sauce to go with them.

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Ingredients for Churros

1 cup water

3 tbsp white sugar

1/2 tsp salt

2 tbsp butter

1 cup all-purpose flour

1 tsp ground cinnamon,for topping

1/2 cup  sugar, for topping

Oil for deep frying

Ingredients for Chocolate Sauce

1/2 cup cream

33 grams milk chocolate

3 tbsp cocoa powder

4 tbsp powdered  sugar


 In saucepan over medium heat, combine water, 3 tablespoons sugar, salt and butter. Bring to a boil and remove from heat. Stir in flour until mixture forms thick paste. Cool it and fill it into a piping bag fitted with a star nozzle. 

In another saucepan, heat oil till it’s hot. Then pipe in churros. Keep turning till brown and crisp. Drain and place on paper towel.


For topping combine cinnamon and sugar. Roll the churros in this mixture.


Lastly, make sauce. First whip the cream till it’s thick. Add sugar, milk chocolate and cocoa powder to form thick sauce.


Dunk the cinnamon-ey morsel of deliciousness into the chocolatey goodness. Bon Apetit!



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43 thoughts on “Churros

    • thanks a lot for liking and being your lovely self….. I secretly save some chocolate sauce to have it later on its own….. heavy but so worth it!! 🙂 🙂


  1. I agree with your friend. When I tried Churros for the first time, I don’t want to stop eating them. When I made them myself, I just can’t tell myself to stop. Churros became an instant favorite of mine.

    These churros are incredibly divine and more divine with chocolate sauce! Thanks for bringing these to FF15. Hope you are having fun! 🙂

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  2. Now this is what I call a tease! Delicious churros with that sinful chocolate sauce…Mmm. I wouldn’t be able to stop eating these either. This is a scrumptious looking treat, Ayesha!

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  4. Ayesha – these look and sound divine. I have never tried them because I know that I just would not be able to stop…And how on earth did you take such amazing photos while you were making them – deep frying even?? Hats off to you is all I can say! Well these are going to disappear fast at the Fiesta – you know what this crowd is like….enjoy the party!!

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    • haha!! I must say that it is a bit difficult doing stuff with one hand and taking photo’s with other…. but I guess we get used to such stuff! Thanks a lot for liking and commenting! great to meet such amazing people at FF! 🙂 ❤


  5. I have never tried this.. and oh I wish you would not tempt my palette lol .. Especially since this last few weeks I have been putting myself through some exercises LOL.. to get a few pounds from my waist line.. 🙂 Looks deliciousness 🙂

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  6. Great to have discovered your blog Ayesha! Yummy looking food! I recently made churros too! I love them! I live in the land of churros but enjoy making my own! Although they don’t serve it with cinnamon here like they do in Mexico. Looking forward to your future posts! Farianti 😘


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