Cinco De Mayo

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We are excited to have our neighbors (and old college friends!) over for dinner tomorrow to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. We’re going to have a burrito bowl bar so everyone can make their own (plus, it makes prepping so easy!!). We are supplying the margaritas, and they’re supplying the Corona & lime. For dessert, I’m going to try this easy recipe for churro cookies! I stumbled across this recipe on Pinterest, and knew I had to make it. My husband LOVES churros, but it’s always seemed intimidating to make the authentic version. I think this cookie recipe will let us feel like we ate the real deal, without all the hassle.

What are your plans for Cinco de Mayo? Mixing it in with the Derby for a Cinco de Derby party with mint juleps instead of margaritas?


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  • These Churro Cookies look like a winner! I’ve already Pinned it to my account. Let me know how they turn out, and if you think the cream cheese mixture is essential. I was thinking just using the cinnamon and sugar, and not having the filling.

    • They actually turned out great! Kyle said it didn’t taste like a churro but just like a cinnamon sugar cookie…but he still loved them! They were really easy to make, but I would say you could just bake the pie crust, brush in butter & cover with cinnamon & sugar. The mixture is so thin you don’t really taste it too much. Only downside to the recipe is that you have to eat them HOT. They aren’t very good once they get cold. Let me know how you like it!