A tasty treat at any time of the day
Churros are a well-known Spanish delicacy that have gained popularity around the world in recent years. Spaniards eat them for breakfast, with a steaming mug of thick hot chocolate, but also enjoy churros as a snack in the afternoon or late evening. Churros are made with simple choux pastry fried in hot oil and often coated in sugar and cinnamon. We can’t get enough of their soft centres, crisp edges, and sweet coating.
Discover Our Churros Recipes
Peanut Butter & Jelly Churros
Take a classic combination and create this delicious fusion of flavours
Churros with Ice Cream and Salted Caramel Sauce
Forgot stale old wafers, give our freshly fried, crispy, hot churros a try with your ice cream sundae.
Biscoff Coated Churros with Biscoff Dipping Sauce
There's nothing quite as moreish as the sweetly spiced caramel taste of Biscoff and it matches ideally with our crispy fried churros.
Churros as a finger food or dessert
Are Churros really a Spanish creation though? It is said that Portuguese explorers discovered the cooking technique in China and brought it back to the Mediterranean where it was adopted. In fact, the snack is still eaten in Asia as a breakfast dish called youtiao. One thing is certain however, the Spanish introduced the churro to Latin America, where people quickly fell in love with the sweet snack.
Classic churros or straight Churros
Aviko has two variants in its range, classic Churros and straight Churros. The straight churros resemble elongated donuts, thereby making them easy to fit in a cone. All of our churros are suitable for a lactose-free, vegetarian, and vegan diet.