Switch up the normal chocolate sauce and churros for perfect white chocolate sauce with crispy-on-the-outside, sweet chocolate churros.
By Tori Cooper
Traditional churros are dipped in a rich hot chocolate sauce but I thought it would be fun to try switching it up and doing chocolate batter churros with white chocolate sauce.
I went through quite a few batters trying to find the right texture and flavor. I finally found one that I was happy with. They are airy but not too fragile and they get the perfect crisp on the outside when you fry them.
If your family is anything like mine you live on leftovers. Baked goods have to at least be good for 48 hours or they don’t get made very often. The good news is that I solved the problem by toasting them up in the oven at 350 for about 8 minutes and they were nice and crunchy. Delicious in a totally different way.Print
Tori is a food blogger with a passion for what she does. She shares all her recipes, photography, and bits about her life living in Patagnia Chile on her blog, Gringalicious.