My friend made these and sd they were way too easy to make. They were the BEST churros I have ever had!! I just had to get on the site & get the recipe!! AWESOME, promise!
MeganRosesMom Posted: 05/15/11
brassdollfin Posted: 01/07/12
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.
melody Posted: 01/18/12
May not be the real thing, but considering they are baked not fried and everybody loved them, this recipes is definitely a keeper!
osequin Posted: 06/10/12
So amazingly good and easy!
starby135 Posted: 06/09/12
Of course these will never taste like an actual churro (since these are baked and not deep-fried). But if you want the churro taste without having a heart attack, then make these!
nicoledallal Posted: 01/18/14
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.
MyrnaGeorge Posted: 07/07/13
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!
posipati Posted: 07/06/13
Cannot possibly taste like real Churros as the real ones are made with a dough not puff pastry. These would be good but should not be called Churros.