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Churros have been around since the dawn of days, and yet the mystery remains of where this sugary treat was first developed. Enjoyed by many, the traditional churro remains a favorite to Amusement Park guests, Costco shoppers, and to those who love the thrills at Fairs across the County.
A simple yet satisfying snack, it doesn’t take much to make a Churro. In fact, with the perfect dough shaped into the long straight cylinder, dipped and fried into hot oil, and then rolled in sugar and cinnamon is all it really takes to make a churro.
However, in recent years, there has been a few innovations to how churros are served, and establishments are getting creative and adding their own variations to serve and pair along with the traditional churros:
Ice Cream with Churros
Chocolate covered Churros
Churros covered with nuts, cereal, sprinkles, or color dyed sugar
But the new twist on traditional churros that’s becoming a favorite to many are the Filled Churros.
A new twist on traditional churros
Traditional Churros have evolved with a change that’s giving a new meaning to this favorite treat, and it’s a delicious change. These are still your traditional churros, but with a twist inside.
I’m talking about Filled Churros— and it’s the new trend for the world of desserts.
Lucero Bakery and their authentic Filled Churros
Lucero Bakery, a Mexican Bakery in Los Angeles has been serving Filled Churros way before they became popular. When asked which filled churro sells the most, Lucero Bakery employee, Alice says that the cajeta filled churro is the most popular and also her personal favorite.
Delighting customers with their homemade churros filled with Cajeta (goat’s milk), Guava, or Chocolate, it’s no wonder that their filled churros are being bought by the dozen. And if you live in or near Los Angeles, then you’re in for a treat! Lucero Bakery has three locations where you can stop and pick up a box of their authentic filled churros—and believe me, you’ll want to bring home more than 1 churro.
Filled churros are the new craze and are getting attention, and starting to be sold everywhere.
I guarantee that you’ll be hooked the moment you take a bite out of these fresh handmade churros. The warm cajeta, guava, or chocolate will instantly fill your mouth with every bite you take.New flavors will soon be added, and it’s really limitless of what can be added to the filling of a churro.