yumm. i've made a similar version of this before but never thought of the dip.
sounds delicious! that pudding dip --- yummmm!
I can't wait to try this sometime! This looks fantastic.~Britwww.brittany-sims.com
Sounds yummy and much easier to prepare than traditional fried churros. :)
As always your recipes are original, simple and delicious! Can't wait to try this one.
WOW!!!! Interesting recipe!!
These look glorious! I'm going to try them with corn tortillas since I can't have wheat - hopefully they turn out good!
sounds really yummy. P.S.: I absolutely adore your illustartions :DD
Interesting, Can't wait to try this!Shilvio!
what a brilliant idea! I love your illustrations!
What a perfect snack!! WANT!
I just made this and it's sooooo good!! I used 2 tsps of cinnamon and about 2/3 cup of sugar. :)
OMG that sounds amazing!I love the classic mexican churro but this seems like an incredibly easy way of satisfying that craving ;)check out my blog http://thejoyofveganism.blogspot.com/
I can't resist attempting grilled churro chips at my next bbq...I think it'll work!
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Looks amazing... is there anyway to subscribe to this blog? I'd love a close follow!! :) Thanks
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Looks easy to make. LOve to try this really soon. I just learned from my daughter's doctor that I can slowly incorporate soya milk to my daughter's diet. She has been earlier on diagnosed with hypersensitivity to soya but the latest news that the doctor gave me is that, it has been proven that tolerable amounts wont be harmful to my little girl. Yey! Thanks for sharing. I'll am hooked to your posts =)
Hi myfudo. We list soymilk in many recipes as a shorthand for any type of vegan milk. We realize there are many options now available to people, i.e. almond milk, hemp milk, and rice milk. We do recommend keeping a healthy balance on soy intake, and we think it's great that you're doing your research on it. For this recipe I would guess vanilla hemp milk would be the tastiest and creamiest option.
YUM! this looks like such a good dessert! I bet it would be awesome with a berry salsa!
I really love your site! Great recipes and art!!!
Wow - in my quest to vegan food blogs that I can link to my own site, I have just stumbled upon your site now. I'm very impressed! Love your fab artwork! What an original concept.The recipes look great too - there's a few I'm going to have to try out :)I'm not really sure what the pudding dip is, but maybe a vanilla soya dessert would work okay for this?
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Ahhhhh! CHURRO CHIPS! I want to make these and then attack them!
Totally awesome! I'm sure these have a delectable taste and mouthfeel! Thanks for the post!
Those look great! And I love your little pictures of the ingredients!
i miss painting with watercolors. when i see your illustrations, i miss painting.... gahd i think i have to paint more once i really get to work officially...love your work.ill test your recipes on my 4th payday... busy busy :3
I've now made them for the second time. They turned out beautifully and are sooo yummy! Also, applesauce is a great dip, so is chocolate pudding mix :) THX for the inspiration
My girlfriend and I tried this, and it really improved our relationship! Thanks Vega Stoner!
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Yum! Definitely trying & pinning this! Thanks!!
These were great, thanks!!
OMG! I just discovered your blog. Super simple. fun & delicious. :-) Can't wait to try a few, especially these!
Simple and delicious! Great way to use up the last of my tortillas before they go bad. It definitely took more than 5 minutes in my oven. Closer to 10-12 min, but might just be the screwy temp on mine.
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So cool - and so easy! Can't wait to try this out. Seems like a fall dessert/snack, so maybe I'll wait until the leaves turn :)
Hilarious and delicious looking ! Have to try these out ! <:#)
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