Churros may be more familiar to you as a dessert that you see at a state fair or at a
mall stand, but in Spain and Portugal, children and adults alike enjoy churros for
breakfast! Usually, churros come with a chocolate dip – but as a breakfast, it is
usually enjoyed with a drink. Champurrado or hot chocolate for kids, and café con
leche for adults.
Churros are a sweet way to start your day!

Serves: 3
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes


•1 cup all-purpose flour
•1 tsp baking powder
•¼ tsp salt
•1 Tbsp. olive oil
•1 cup boiling water
•Oil for frying


•¼ cup caster sugar
•1 Tbsp. ground cinnamon


•½ cup quality dark chocolate
•½ cup heavy cream


1.In a small bowl, toss the caster sugar and cinnamon powder until evenly
combined. Set aside.
2.In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, and
salt. Make a well and add in the oil and water. Mix until you have a thick
batter. Transfer to a piping bag with a star tip nozzle and chill in the re-
3.Heat your oil to 340F. Pipe 6” lengths of dough. Snip to loosen from the
piping bag. Deep fry for 2-3 minutes or until the churros are a golden
brown color. Remove from oil and blot the excess oil with paper towels.
Do this with the remaining batter.
4.In a microwave-proof bowl, microwave the chocolate and cream in 30
second intervals, stirring in between until melted.