Sunday, March 5, 2017


Baked Eggless Churros Recipe @

Am reluctant to try out this Baked Eggless Churros recipe for the reason, I don't have star nozzle to pipe the dough. That all change when I saw my friend made it with daisy cookies (biskut semperit) mould.

This really encourage me to start making it.  The downside of using this method, you can only pipe a shorter ones but that was okay for me.

Tried a baked version instead of deep frying.  Whipped up a simple chocolate sauce to go along with Baked Eggless Churros.

I must say, they are perfect pairing, made me forget about my diet. In case you don't have evaporated milk, replace it with fresh cream. Strain the chocolate sauce if you are not sifting the cocoa powder for a smooth sauce without any lumps.

Other eggless recipes you should check out:

Eggless Lemon Tart

Rock Cakes

Best Ever Eggless Cocoa Brownies

Baked Eggless Churros Recipe @

Yield  ;   26 churros

1,5 cup plain flour
1,5 cup water
80 g butter
1/4 tsp salt
3 tablespoon sugar
1  tsp vanilla extract


Grease two  baking sheets.  Prepare chocolate sauce.

Place butter, salt sugar, and water in a pan and bring to a boil.

Remove from heat, mix in flour, stir with wooden spoon until well incorporated. Add in vanilla.

Pinch small amount of dough into a mould and pipe onto greased baking sheet.

Preheat oven at 200 C, bake for 25 minutes.  Switch off the oven, let the churros in the oven for 10 minutes to brown further.

Yield  :   1 cup

3 tablespoon evaporated milk/cream
3 tablespoon condensed milk
2 tablespoon butter softened
1 tablespoon cocoa powder sifted


Place all ingredients in a saucepan, stir until thicken using low heat.

Remove and cool.

Baked Eggless Churros Recipe @

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Jay said...

Oh yum! I would love you to share this with Smell Good Sunday

Teresa B said...

I love that they're baked and not fried. I'm not sure I understand how you shaped them, but since I do have a star nozzle, I'm going to try it that way. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party this week. Pinned!

Linda @ Life and Linda said...

Lovely little treat to go with my cup of coffee. Thanks for sharing the recipe at DI&DI.

Laura Butts said...

I love churns but don't love that they're deep fried so this is a great alternative!
Thanks for the recipe,

Laura said...

I'm so excited to try out this baked version of a churro!

The Lazy Gastronome said...

I'm running behind!! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe on last week's What's for Dinner link up!

Pooja Mahimkar said...

I wish I could cook such yum food

Mary K. said...

These look super yummy and they must smell divine. I will definitely have to try this recipe.

Sum of their Stories said...

I love churros as a treat when on holiday in Spain. I like the idea of baked ones like this even more, they count as healthy right? !!! :-D

Dee | said...

YUM! Thanks so much for linking up at the Unlimited Link Party 33. Pinned!

Veronica Lee said...

I'd love to try your recipe.


Lydia C. Lee said...

They look like churros! Taste as good?

Carol, The Answer Is Chocolate said...

YUM! These turned out great. Featuring them when my party opens tomorrow. Thanks so much for sharing.

NCSue said...

Thanks so much for sharing this recipe at! They sure look yummy!

The Lazy Gastronome said...

My kids loved churros!! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party - Have a fabulous rest of the weekend.

Joanne said...

These look delicious! I love churros but have never tried making my own.