#SundaySupper Horchata Ice Cream con Churro Brownies #MexicanFiesta

In honor of Mexican Independence Day #SundaySupper is cooking a Mexican Fiesta! I absolutely LOVE Mexican Food. I immediately thought of Horchata. I love mine ice cold, on crushed ice. So what could be better then ice cold Hotchata…Ice Cream Hortchata! And of course you have to have a churro with Horchata but I wanted something a little different. I also am a brownie lover, a nice scoop of Ice Cream on top of a warm brownie is heavenly. So…brownie churros, brilliant am I right?! I mean I don’t want to brag but tooting my horn here…TOOT TOOT! I went to look up a recipe for them and there were none! They were only a dessert at a restaurant from what I could find. So that made it even more exciting…how exactly should I make these brownies? My hubby helped out with this one…we talked it over and came up with a plan, we’d make churro mix and swirl it through the brownie mix sounds easy enough. While we were shopping we saw snickerdoodle cookie mix. That’s basically what a churro is, sugar cookies, perfect! So we made the brownie mix and the cookie mix. Then rolled up the cookie dough and placed them into the brownies and topped them with a little cinnamon. Here is my instagram of the brownies. They smelled so good!!

I found the recipe for the Horchata Ice Cream on Tastebook. We didn’t make the horchata fresh, since it was like a four day process and required things like cheese clothes and such… We got regular Horchata from the grocery store in the refrigerated section, usually near the OJ. We simmered it down a little since the recipe called for a concentrated Horchata. The Ice Cream was so much easier then I thought it would be! Click on link above to follow recipe for Ice Cream. It was actually really easy!

The finished product was absolutely amazing! We topped it with sliced almonds and some cinnamon. The Horchata Ice Cream and the Brownies together was the perfect combination, I gobbled mine up so fast. It will definitely be a new family recipe! Crazy Kid loves the ice cream maker, rolling the dough and of course eating the tastiness.


Had to add one more picture…better lighting 😉

Join us around the family table this week for our #SundaySupper Mexican Fiesta – this is a party that you won’t want to miss.  We hope to inspire you with these mouthwatering recipes from our talented contributors.  We will be sharing them all day long and would love for you to share your favorite Mexican and Mexican-inspired recipes during our #SundaySupper live chat at 7pm (Eastern).

Sopas (Soups), Ensaladas (Salads), and Entremeses (Starters)

La Comida (the food)

Postres (desserts)

Bebidas (beverages)

Please be sure you join us on Twitter throughout the day (this coming Sunday, September 16) during #SundaySupper. We’ll be meeting up at 7:00 pm (Eastern) for our weekly #SundaySupper  live chat where we’ll talk about our favorite recipes for a Mexican Fiesta! All you have to do is follow the #SundaySupper hashtag, or you can follow us through TweetChat!  We’d also love to feature your Mexican Fiesta recipes on our#SundaySupper Pinterest board and share them with all of our followers!

49 thoughts on “#SundaySupper Horchata Ice Cream con Churro Brownies #MexicanFiesta

  1. This looks FAB! I love the touch of nuts on top 🙂 Made my Sunday. When you have the time, please drop by my space. I just made a soup that looks like a cappuccino. Confused? Come see 🙂 I’d love to hear what you think.

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  3. Very clever idea of putting churro batter in brownies. I think I might use the recipe I made last week and add it to a brownie mixture.

  4. Sounds like a genius combination. Two of my favorite Mexican treats are horchata and churros. I can only imagine how awsome it would be to have both at the same time!

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