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Food & Drink

Fun Food - DIY Churro Bar

By Samantha on Oct 02, 2018

Originating in Spain as a simple and sweet breakfast snack, churros are thought to get their name from the Iberian Peninsula’s Navajo-Churro breed of sheep since their horns resemble the curled shape of the fried pastry. Traditionally enjoyed in the morning with hot cocoa, these soft flakey pastries can be dressed up and dunked into a variety of decadent sauces making them perfect for a unique sweet late-night snack.  

We are excited to highlight this fun food trend as an interactive dessert station on our menu with our DIY Churro Bar.

Our churros are fried fresh on site and immediately tossed in a mixture of cinnamon sugar. They are presented ready to eat or guest can choose to make them extra decadent with dark chocolate ganache, a Dulce de Leche drizzle, Oreo and Butter Finger crumbs. These pair perfectly with Mexican vanilla or mini Blue Bell Ice-creams

Dipped churros with chocolate, dulce de leche, reeses and Oreos
Dipped churros with chocolate, dulce de leche, reeses and Oreos


Check out our other dessert bars and late-night snacks.



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