Churro Churro


Another one of those weak moments where I’m inside a Costco store and have to walk past the food stand on my way out the door.

It was easy to talk myself into stopping at the food stand.  I mean, there was no line AND the food is cheap.  I don’t know if I’d have the patience to make these lovelies by hand at home myself.  But I was just as happy buying this goodness already made with buttery cinnamon sugary love and super fresh and warm for my enjoyment.

So, if you have nothing else to do today, happen yourself upon a warm buttery churro freshly made.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  It’s easy to talk yourself into getting a cheap churro no matter where you are.

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43 thoughts on “Churro Churro

  1. I have never tried these things. Lol. I have always wondered about its consistency–is it soft, crunchy or the interior is soft but exterior is crunchy. When I am a little loose with my eating, I am a carb fiend. So these things if good, would fall in my carb fascination.

  2. I rarely leave Costco without a cup of vanilla frozen yogurt. Figure the big air hole in the middle of it (they’re so not as big as they look) means it doesn’t have quite so many calories. Imagining now how yummy a warm churro would be dipped into that fro yo 🙂 Go Costco!

    1. Don’t you just love the sample ladies at the end of the aisles passing out free tastings?! You could have your entire lunch there just walking from one end to the other and back. By the time you leave, you’re stuffed and ready to take a nap!

  3. I always get the pizza when I get sucked into the line at CostCo, or these fantastically fatty beef or chicken hot sandwiches they sell here.

    Funny story, I have a Mauri friend, I took her to CostCo for the first time. On the way out she ordered a whole pizza — and ate it there. Mauri are big people, and she was very Marui.

    1. For some reason I thought you were in Japan. I didn’t think Costco was way over there, too. Or are you in Los Angeles? No matter—a Costco, is a Costco, is a Costco. Your friend knows how to do it right just eating a whole pizza right there! Good for her!! I’m not going to read too much in the “very Marui” comment. Lol.

      1. Oh, I’m over here in good ol’ Nippon.

        CostCo came about ten years ago. They’ve been opening a new one each year. Last year was Hiroshima.

        It’s evolved a new shopping culture: Bulk Buying. No one has space, so you’ll see three or four people shopping with one cart debating on how to best split whatever it is they’re looking to buy. Bread is a great example. 12 bagels is unheard of. You buy one or two at a time, so there’s much debate on what to do.

        Oh, and they have no idea how to steer those large shopping carts. You know what they say about asian drivers. . . . (smilie)

        1. Wow. Yep. You’re way, way, way over there! At least Costco made its way to you! Yeah, those shopping carts are HUGE!

  4. Just the kind of treat you want to buy ONE of out, so that you don’t have a whole tray of them in the oven! Lookin’ good!

    Virtual hugs,


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