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DIY Oreo Churros

I love this Oreo Churro diy!

This is something that you can do for yourself when you've had a bad day or just feeling naughty. Of course, you could also be like everyone else and make these for family and friend gatherings, like the big July 4th holiday that's coming up. <3
So, not only are the churros made, but the cream from the cookies gets made into a whipped dipping sauce!
Watch the vid for all the details. It looks painless and something that can be done with relative ease. Just note, that this does require you to fry the churros. If you don't have a fryer, you may want to invest in one--just to make these!
And once you buy the fryer, that I think everyone should own, you can make Hurricane Potato Sticks!
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I'm sort of obsessed with the fact that this exists? I keep wanting to put on smooth jazz while I watch her fry them.
LOL That's great @danidee. I just shared another card on easy easy easy easy donut chips make in a panini grill. https://www.vingle.net/posts/906805-Donut-Chips-Awesome-DIY
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