Monday, January 28, 2013

Churro Apple Pie Waffles


I envy anyone who hasn't ever had the chance to taste all the crispy, crunchy, spicy sugary goodness that is a Churro! 


For me I consider them one of those super hero desserts that are in the league of their very own, they join the ranks of other long time dessert rock stars. 


The classic chocolate chip cookies, chewy fudge brownies, warm apple pies and rich vanilla pound cakes each one with the over bearing potential to plumpt your from any diet plan with one simple taste of a crumb.  There's almost nothing that could make them any better, oh how enticing they are in their very own straightforward decadence! 


The ideas of these desserts reaching anything more gratifying are almost non-exsistent!.........Until you welcome them to a world of pecans, walnuts & salty peanuts, white chocolate chips, dulce de leche. To a land where mounds and mounds of sweet whip cream make a pillowy bed for ripe red strawberries.  OHhhh, the possibilities are limitless. 


So that brings me back to my amor for everything Churro, in the couple of weeks since I posted my original churro waffle recipe I've seen them loved and adored by many!


They've been blogged about and blogged about, pinned and repined, all of this attention has not only thrust me into the cielo ( heavens) but it has also let me see just how many of you adora ( adore) Chrurros as much as I do! 


Which in turn caused me once again to think of Churros in all their super hero glory. and that lead me to ponder whether or not just like their rock star counterparts Churro Waffles could be any more irresistible? 

And the answer was an undoutable Si!!



Roll them in cinnamon- sugar love, dip them in the beloved melted butter, but this time stuff them with plump, tangy apples.   Wow, The result was perfect marriage! 


An American classic with a Mexican twist.......and a new breakfast tradition is born from such sweetness!






                                                                                 Ingredients 
1 teaspoon salt                                                                            

4 teaspoons baking powder






1 1/2 cups warm milk                                 


1 teaspoon vanilla extract
 3 shakes of cinnamon


For the churro topping-

1 cup of white sugar

1/2 cup cinnamon ( 1/4 cup if you don't love cinnamon like I do)

1/2 cup of melted butter


Apple Filling-  


1 can of Lucky Leaf Apples or any can you prefer

If your feeling really ambitious you can make your own apple filling.  I found a recipe here.                                                             

                                                                   Directions


1.In a large bowl, mix together flour, salt, baking powder and sugar; set aside.  Also at this time you can combine your churro topping and set it aside. Preheat waffle iron
     
2.In a separate bowl, beat the eggs. Stir in the milk, butter and vanilla. Pour the milk mixture into the flour mixture;  Next fold in three shakes of cinnamon beat until blended
      
3. At this time you can also melt your 1/2 cup of butter used to pour over waffles. Next generously spray your waffle iron with no stick cooking spray. Than ladle a little batter into a preheated waffle iron, gently place on 4-5 apple slices ( depending on size of your waffle iron, smaller size use 2-3 apples. 

4. Next add more batter on top of apples, be careful not to overflow waffle maker. Cook the waffles until golden and crisp. ( Caution, mixing the apples directly into the batter yielded undesirable results for me)

5.Once fully cooked immediately pour melted butter on each side of the waffle and than dip each buttered side into your cinnamon/sugar churro mixture.

At this point if your mouth is not watering from the smell, check your pulse! 

Once again if your a sugar guru, you can add maple syrup. Or if your just interested into making this breakfast into a dessert add a creamy scoop of vanilla ice cream.......then proceed to devouring
( I mean sophisticatedly eating your waffles!)




                                                                    

15 comments:

Christi said...

Umm- these sound amazing!! I love dessert for breakfast! I am your newest follower!

Christi
http://the-not-so-perfect-momblog.blogspot.com/

kuriouskitteh said...

I love the way you write! & your churro waffles look too good to be true!

xx

chica chocolatina said...

@Christi, dessert for breakfast is the way to go! Muchas Gracias, for the follow! @kurioskitteh, I'm blushing....thank you for the sweet comment! I hope you both come back soon!

marissa | Rae Gun Ramblings said...

oh man I'm drooling! I love churros I hope you'll add this to my link party:)

Marissa @ Rae Gun Ramblings

Cassidy Bradshaw said...

I'm so using my kids for an excuse to make this, but the truth is... I want it for me! :)
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Rita said...

These look so yummy. Thanks for sharing.

Vicky @ Mess For Less said...

Those look so good! You may have found a way to make waffles even better.

Ashley @ Kitchen Meets Girl said...

Thank you so much for linking up at What's In Your Kitchen Wednesday--I'm loving your blog! Be sure to stop back by tonight and see these featured on my site. :-) Have a great week!

Angie Generose said...

These look so good! It looks like something you would get at a great breakfast restaurant. Thanks so much for sharing this at my link party :)

-Angie
www.easylivingmom.com

city said...

thanks for share.

AkaiNabi said...

You had me at dulce de leche. I will definitely try this out!

AkaiNabi said...

You had me at dulce de leche. I will definitely try this out!

sarah loveless said...

Wow!!!! Looks amazing, thanks for sharing. I'dlove to see mmore of your ideas

sarah loveless said...

Wow!!!! Looks amazing, thanks for sharing. I'dlove to see mmore of your ideas