ANGEL FOOD CAKE CHURRO BITES

March 20, 2014
Rachel Schultz

ANGEL FOOD CAKE CHURRO BITES from Rachel Schultz-5

ANGEL FOOD CAKE CHURRO BITES
Serves 7-8

1 angel food cake
1 cup sugar
1/4 cup cinnamon
Vegetable oil

Slice cake into 1-2 inch cubes.

Heat vegetable oil on medium-low heat. Fry cake on both sides until browned, about 1-2 minutes. Stir together cinnamon and sugar. Toss fried cake into cinnamon sugar.

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ANGEL FOOD CAKE CHURRO BITES
 
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Serves: 7-8
Ingredients
  • 1 angel food cake
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ¼ cup cinnamon
  • Vegetable oil
Instructions
  1. Slice cake into 1-2 inch cubes.
  2. Heat vegetable oil on medium-low heat.
  3. Fry cake on both sides until browned, about 1-2 minutes.
  4. Stir together cinnamon and sugar. Toss fried cake into cinnamon sugar.

Adapted from Lil Luna.

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  • Anonymous

    Maybe it’s just me but, it looks like pound cake. It’s not as light and airy as an angel food cake, but dense like pound cake. I would think an angel food would soak up the oil before getting nice and browned. Just asking to be sure.

  • Katie

    Question? If I made these on a Saturday, would they be good for Sunday Coffee hour?

    • Rachel Schultz

      I think so!

      • Kathryn

        Thank you!!!

  • Christine

    We used blueberry sugar for some and cinnamon sugar for others, since some of my family doesn’t like cinnamon. So delicious either way!

  • Joan

    I had 1/4 Angel Food cake leftover and no one was eating it. I scaled back on the ingredients and made these. Well, well. It is worth making a whole cake just to make these churro bites. My cast iron skillet was perfect for these. The bites browned up so beautifully. Delicious. Nice treat.

  • Katelyn

    Thank you so much! I had a class project to do and I choose this to make. But I’m not sure if I should put it in the fridge or leave it out because I don’t turn it in till tomorrow!?!?!? Ahhhh what do I do? Fridge or no? I’m gonna go with fridge. Plus they taste really good!!!

    • Kathryn

      How did they turn out? I’m wanting to make them for church coffee hour but will have to make them the day before.

  • cece

    my daughter and i like churros very much, pinning your recipe in pinterest.. making it this week.

  • Lucy

    Delicious and easy don’t use too much cinnamon

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  • Tara

    Just wanted to say that I have made this recipe about 4 times already and this never lasts more than a day in my house!!! It is just THAT good and sooo easy to make. I lowered the measurements of sugar and cinnamon bc even using a whole angel food cake there was too much of the mixture, so I kind of “eyeball” it when mixing it up. But this is AMAZING, especially warm out of the pan. :)

  • Catherine

    Your recipe sounds delish! I always seem to have 1/3 of my angel food cakes that don’t get eaten. Next time that happens, I’m going to give your recipe a go.

  • Just discovered your blog searching for slow cooker recipes, they all sound so good! Was going to make angel food cake soon and now I might just have to churro-fy it :) Thanks!

  • Oh my goodness. My husband is going to LOVE these. Can’t wait to make them! Thanks for the recipe :)

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