The Loop Handcrafted Churros

photo of the outside of The Loop Handcrafted ChurrosThe Loop opened a few months ago in Orange County, offering a unique and fun twist on churros. Churros are shaped into easy-to-hold, giant loops and then topped with various frostings, glazes, sprinkles, cereal, cookie crumbs, and more.

The churros immediately caught my attention and we made a stop in Orange County just so I could come here, before heading up to LA. It’s been a popular spot, but we got lucky when we arrived and there wasn’t a line. Right after we got our order though, there was a long line out the door (though it did seem to move pretty fast).
photo of the menu
You can customize your own, or choose from one of the four pre-designed ones. You can also get it “chilled” which means it is served with soft serve ice cream.

We opted to just get the churros and of course I had to get all four!

photo of four different churros

These churros were just so darn pretty. I almost didn’t want to eat them. But after a few photos, we finally dug in. The churros were fresh and warm. They are a little firmer than typical churros, but I think they intended it to be that way in order for the churros to hold up under the extra weight from the toppings and size. They actually held up quite well and were easy to bite into without them falling apart.

photo of one hazelnut churro and one matcha onephoto of one churro with sprinkles and one coated in fruit loopsc cereal

I had a hard time choosing a favorite as I really enjoyed them all. I slightly preferred the hazelnut and matcha ones, just because I really love those flavors.photo of churros served at The Loop

Overall, I really enjoyed this unique twist on churros and would definitely bring friends and family here. This has been one of the most fun desserts I’ve eaten lately and I think it’s worth a stop if you’re in the area.

The Loop Handcrafted Churros
9729 Bolsa Ave, Westminster, CA 92683
https://theloopchurros.com/

 

2 comments on “The Loop Handcrafted Churros”

  1. Those churro loops look so cool. It seems like stuff dipped in colorful cereals is a “thing” (ince cream or waffle cones, sides of macaron ice cream sandwiches, infused milk, etc). Now if only a place like this would open in San Diego! 🙂

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