The most easy gluten free churros… Ever!

I’ve got a terrible sweet tooth, and I’m a sucker for churros any day. Miles has never had churros before  and I simply couldn’t have that!

So after scouring the net, researching how these crunchy sticks of amazing were made. I decided to give it a go and make us some churros… Gluten free style.

You will need: 

– 1 cup of water

– 2 1/2 tablespoons sugar

– 2 1/2 tablespoons vegetable oil

– 1 cup gluten free flour

– a shake of cinnamon

– a sprinkle of more sugar

– oil (for frying) 

– chocolate spread (for dipping) 


1. Put the water, sugar, salt and tablespoons of oil into a saucepan and bring to the boil.

2. Remove from the heat and put the flour into the water mixture then stir until it forms a sticky ball.

3. Add some oil to a deep saucepan, or a wok until it is about 2 1/2 inches deep. Heat up until ready to fry.

4. Put the sticky flour and water mixture into a piping bag with a large star nossle at the tip (my nossle wasn’t very big and it made smaller churros which where just as tasty). 

 5.  When the oil is warm enough to make a tiny bit of the churro mixture bubble in it, it is ready to use. Pipe the churros into the oil using a pair of scissors to snip the end of the churro when it is at the length you are happy with.   

6. Once the churros turn a golden brown colour in the oil, they are ready to come out. Place the churros on a plate lined with kitchen paper to drain and repeat the cooking process until all the churro mixture is used.  

 7. Now sprinkle with a little more sugar and some cinnamon and they’re ready to serve. Yummy! 



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