Lidl's Bags Of Churros Are Returning This Week
The budget supermarket first launched its sugar-coated Sol Y Mar Churros back in 2018, and by popular demand, they'll returning to shelves this week.
Made using choux pastry with a doughnut like texture, the classic Spanish treat is guaranteed to be a lockdown hit with the fam.
Delicious with melted chocolate, toffee sauce or hazelnut spread, Lidl's cult Churros cost just £1.19 for a pack. You simply pop them in the oven and they're ready in no time.
As well as Churros, the much-loved supermarket is launching Sol Y Mar Pasteis de Nata. The traditional Portuguese treats are made from sumptuous egg custard filling encased in a flaky pastry tart. Delicious!
The Pasteis de Nata are kept in the freezer and simply popped in the oven when you fancy a little indulgence. Lidl say they are "perfect for a little afternoon pick me up or an after dinner treat." Count us in.
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You can get your hands on a pack of six for £2.69.
And if your sweet tooth is simply insatiable RN (join the club), why not attempt to make Greggs Yum Yums?
While we wait for the nation's favourite bakery to reopen, one fan has handily posted a recipe for how to make the twisted doughnuts at home.
Posted by TikTok foodie @caughtsnackin, the simple recipe requires just 150g strong white flour, 25g melted butter, 1 egg, 1/2 tsp salt, 1/2 tbsp caster sugar, 7g instant yeast and 70ml warm water for the dough and 1/2 cup of icing sugar and 2 tbsp water for the glaze.
It may not be real Greggs but it's as close as we're going to get right now, so we'll take it.
You can read the full recipe here - happy baking!
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