Preheat oven to 450°. Unfold and cut puff pastry sheets in half lengthwise, and cut each half crosswise into 1-inch-wide strips. Place strips on a lightly greased parchment paper-lined baking sheet. Bake 10 minutes or until golden brown.
Meanwhile, combine sugar and cinnamon. Remove pastry strips from oven, and dip in butter; roll in cinnamon-sugar mixture. Let stand on a wire rack 5 minutes or until dry.
These are wonderful, whether they're 'churros' or not, who cares? Don't rate something one star because they named it wrong. Call 'em whatever you want, but I've made them a million times and EVERYONE loves them, churro or not.
These taste great and are quick and easy to make, for me. They may not be the real McCoy, but what you might call a generic. It is amazing that some people have to make noise about a recipe, but make it and think it is good, but want to complain about its name. I rate a recipe as to my family and friends tasting and how hard or easy it was to prepare....Not its name. Would these taste any different if they were called a knock off of Churros? Remember also they are baked, not fried and better for you!
The results of this recipe are tasty, I'll give it that much... But they taste like puff pastry, not like an actual churro. I guess that's what I get for taking the cheater way instead of putting forth the effort to fry up the real deal.