Any one else interested in a more unique wedding dessert besides the traditional three tier wedding cake? Surprise your guests with a dessert that will really get your guests mouths watering! How about a Churro bar?!? Being a Colorado native and long time fan of Mexican food, I have fond memories of eating Churros as a special childhood treat!According to Wikipedia, a Churro, sometimes referred to as a Spanish doughnut, is a fried-dough pastry. Churros are popular in Mexico (including Spanish-speaking Caribbean islands) and the United States. There are two types of Churros, one which is thin (and sometimes knotted) and the other whish is long and thick (porra). They are both normally eaten for breakfast dipped in hot chocolate or café con leche.
Basically, they are fried yummy bites of deliciousness rolled in cinnamon sugar and dipped in chocolate! Who can possibly resist that? Plus, you can set up a cute Churro Bar for a unique experience and great photo ops! Showcase them on their own by having an authentic Mexican food cart arrive at the end of dinner, or have them highlight the night as a Churro & Chocolate bar to go with the sweets table! However you choose to satisfy the sweet tooth’s of your guests be sure to add this Mexican treat to the lineup! Dee-lish and Authentically Mexican! Get your guests involved from step one! They can customize this yummy little treat by having an interactive station!
Thirsty after your delicious Churro? Why not add a bit more Mexican flare by featuring authentic juices and sodas? Get creative with papers and tissues! Make custom cones for your guests to carry mini Churros for a late night snack. Adding your own spin to this traditional Mexican (And personal FAVE) treat is sure to keep those guests of yours talking! If you have never had the pleasure of enjoying one of these delectable little sweets, let me just tell you that aside from being the perfect way to keep all the flavors of your wedding Mexican they deliver the sweet at the end of your night that will really spice up your sweet table!