Nutella Stuffed Churro French Toast
Wow, Nutella Stuffed Churro French Toast! That’s a knock you down, hit a home run, dessert tonight slammer. Are you already trying to figure out how to make the Churros and then the Nutella? Don’t worry. This recipe makes it all much easier by substituting thickly sliced bread for the churros, then filling them and frying them in butter. Yum. Don’t substitute margarine for the butter. It doesn’t have nearly the flavor impact, and often carries as many calories.
Churros are a well-known easy pastry found in Europe, parts of central America and the Philippines. They can be made from a choux dough, which is a bit of a tricky combination made by cooking flour and water into a thick paste then slowly adding whole eggs to produce a beautiful and eggy dough that cooks up light and delicious. It is often then filled with lemon, chocolate or other fillings. For Churros, though, rather than shaping the choux into balls and baking them in a very hot oven, the dough for Churros is piped directly into hot oil and deep fried. Once cooked, the Churros are drained and then rolled in sugar and cinnamon. So you can understand why they are so popular.
Nutella is a blend of toasted hazelnuts and chocolate, sometimes also including milk products or powdered milk to create a smooth and creamy spread. It is an extraordinary spread, and well worth the time to make from scratch. But not today, and not here! Instead, we will call on some pre-packaged ingredients that are still delicious and that will speed up the process for tonight. A good bread and Nutella are almost sure to be found at your local supermarket and the rest of the ingredients you likely keep around the house already.
This recipe would make a great breakfast food or mid-day or even late night snack food. It contains the protein of eggs, the wholesomeness of bread, and the nutrition of both nuts and chocolate. You can probably feel pretty good about your family eating this dish. You can make just one or two or an entire plate filled with this great snack.Young cooks can make this dish and it’s a great opportunity to learn about layered cooking. Why not check it out and make it tonight?
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