Celebrate this Cinco de Mayo with this Mexican favorite. While originally Spanish, these sweet treats have found their way clear across the globe. Simple to mix and fry, you can enjoy them anytime. Pair with your favorite hot chocolate and dip them in caramel, jam, or enjoy them plain. Get creative with flavor combinations!
What’s in your kit?
All-Purpose Flour, Granulated Sugar, Salt, Vegetable Oil, Cinnamon, Oil for Frying, Piping Bag with Star Tip.
Serving size: 20-30 Churros
Cook time: 60 minutes
Difficulty level: Easy
Bāke within: 4 weeks
You will need: 2 cups water, 1 tsp. Salt, 1 Medium Saucepan or Pot, 1 Small Saucepan or Pot, Wooden Spoon, Baking Sheet, Tongs, Paper Towel, Small Bowl.
Optional: Frying Thermometer
*Please note this recipe contains gluten
This recipe and process is great with older kids, I’d say 8-10 and up depending on your child. Working with the hot oil leaves the grown up to manage most of the second half of the process. Still, the kids helped up front and with other parts along the way and definitely enjoyed the final tasty product!
Another easy kit to make and enjoy.
We are so glad you enjoyed it!
Better than Tiafffnjuana!
We think so too!
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