How to make Vegan Churros (Super Easy + Oven Baked) | Delia.v Life
What are Churros?
Churros are a Mexican dessert that is quite popular all around the world. They are usually fried in oil and coated in cinnamon sugar. A popular carnival treat, they bring such happy memories for us. No one can resist their spongy soft centers, crisp edges, and sweet coating!
As always, we are trying to spice up our quarantine life by making some vegan churros at home! Here, we are showing you how to make matcha, hojicha, chocolate and cinnamon sugar coating for your gorgeous churros! To make things easy, we used Coconut Condensed Milk as a base for the matcha and hojicha glaze.
Since we are making these at home, we are asking for a fuss free affair. I mean ain't nobody got time to clean the oil splatters! Despite being baked, these churros are really crunchy and light! The trick here is to use a small Piping nozzle to enable them to crisp evenly. Enough said, bring some carnival fun to your home by making some of these baked vegan churros!
40g Extra virgin coconut oil
15g Coconut sugar
1/4 tsp Sea salt
100g Plain flour
15g Almond flour
Melted chocolate + Chopped hazelnuts
2 tbs Coconut condensed milk + 1 tsp Matcha/ Hojicha powder
3 tbs Raw sugar + 1 tsp Cinnamon powder
1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees celcius and line a baking tray with baking paper.
2. In a pot, combine water, oil, sugar and salt.
3. Heat the pot on medium heat until the water starts to boil.
4. Turn off the heat and pour in the flour, cornstarch and almond flour. Stir until a dough forms. Continue stirring until the dough peels away from the bottom of the pot easily.
5. Let the dough cool for 5 mins before transferring into a Piping bag fitted with an open star nozzle tip.
6. Create 6 inch long churros and cut the ends off using either ur finger or a knife.
7. Bake the churros for 25 mins or until golden brown.
8. Glaze or coat the churros as desired.