lazy lady churros {donuts}

l.i.c., ny

For the first time in my six years working at Food Network, the office is closed today for snow. Hooray for Snow Days! They’re a perfect excuse to take good care of yourself— soak in the tub, boil up a pot of water to steam your face, and make good use of your leftover churro batter. If you’re feeling lazy, like me, forgo the piping bag and lower little spoonfuls of batter into the hot oil to fry up little donut holes. Smother them in a blizzard of cinnamon sugar and snuggle in. Skip the guilt; I’m sure you’ll work it off with some vigorous play in the snow later today. 

Igloo making anyone? 

1 comment:

Anastasia said...

50 degrees here in Florida may as well be a blizzard! My batch of dough is resting in the fridge now! Can't wait to settle in to watch "Mr. Mom" in my pjs with my hubby, our baby boy, and some hot churros! What's better than that?Mmmm, family & comfort. Thanks fo the recipe!
Anastasia xoxox

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