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Vegetarian • Serves 20


1/2 tsp Pasilla or ancho chile pepper, ground


1 Egg

Canned Goods

1 5 ounce can Evaporated milk


1 Recipe mexican chocolate dipping sauce

Baking & Spices

1 cup All-purpose flour
2 tbsp Brown sugar, packed
3/4 cup Chocolate pieces, semisweet
1 tsp Cinnamon, ground
1 cup Granulated sugar
1/2 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Vanilla

Oils & Vinegars

1 Vegetable oil


1/2 cup Butter


1 cup Water
  • Diana Dalasio

    Always a favorite when I go out for Mexican Food! | Cinnamon Churros | These fried cookies are favorites at Mexican restaurants. Roll the warm churros in cinnamon and sugar, then enjoy! | @MyRecipes

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Churros con Chocolate Caliente (Mexican Fritters with Hot Chocolate)

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  • Maykon Martins

    I love churros, in Brazil we also eat them, but here they are stuffed with chocolate, "doce de leite" - In Portuguese (or "dulce de leche" - I think in English people say these Spanish words)

  • Poá Docce

    Yes! They called "dulce de leche" too.