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Angel Food Cake Churro Bites

By: Kristyn from Lil' Luna
Angel Food Cake Churro Bites
Angel Food Cake Churro Bites
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Churros are a favorite treat at theme parks and festivals, and with this super easy recipe, you can make the treat right at home! Angel Food Cake Churro Bites are made from a frozen angel food cake, so the only other ingredients you need are sugar, cinnamon and oil! Simply cube the cake, fry them in a pan, and roll them in cinnamon and sugar. This simple dessert recipe makes delicious "bites" that taste just like churros!

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We're fortunate to have several authentic Mexican restaurants in the area, so I've had some actual churros. These are quite good and wonderfully tasty. Of course, with the combination of angel food cake and cinnamon sugar, how can you go wrong? I'd like to try this with coconut oil as well. I don't have any on hand right now, but it's worth picking up some to try frying them in that.

Can't say enough good things about this dessert. I'm usually not a fan of frying pastries, but this one is a no brainer. It just doesn't get any easier than this. The result is a tasty bite full of sheer delight. These are definitely going on the dessert table of my Super Bowl party this year.

Is there a certain oil that would work best here? I basically buy olive oil, butter, and sometimes coconut oil. Butter would work, but I think coconut oil would actually work better. It has a higher smoking point. Plus, the flavor from the coconut oil would be good. And what's not to love about cinnamon and sugar?

What a unique combo of desserts! I think these would be good to bring in for a holiday party!

I have never had a churro before, so I don't know what they taste like? This recipe for Angel Food Cake Churro Bites sounds so good. I make cinnamon sugar pie dough bites and we love Angel Food cake so this one sounds like a win win. I will have to try this one. Thank you so much for sharing this free recipe.

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