Like, vegetabls would legit spring from the earth already covered in rainbows. I don't care, man. Rainbow all the things. It's beautiful.
And one California churro shop seems to agree with me. The Loop, situated in Westminster, California, makes handcrafed churros. Sometimes they even stick 'em in ice cream.
Although they have a wide variety of churros to enjoy, their most popular (and most beautiful!) has to be their rainbow churros. They're colorful, sugary, and honestly, quite possibly the best dessert you could try.
Everyone loves churros — what could be bad about fried choux pastry dough covered in cinnamon sugar and sometimes stuffed with caramel or chocolate? If you're getting hungry just thinking about the popular Latin American treat, then mark your calendar because you now officially have plans at Churros Montreal on Saturday.
To celebrate its 22nd anniversary of operation, Churros Montreal will be selling churros for $1 on June 19.
The store offers four styles of churros: the classic (stuffed churros coated in sugar), the Spanish style (thin and long, coated in sugar with an optional dip sauce), Churritos (mini bite-size churros similar to poutine but with churros), and Gorditos (churritos with ice cream on top).
Plus, you can get some elaborate toppings to take the flavour to the total next level. You can grab a box of six churros for $20 or a box of 12 for $38.
Asked what their most popular churro is, the Radikal Dezzertz team said, "honestly the most popular is so hard to decide. The older generation go for the Spanish and classic styles and the younger generation love the churritos since it’s more of [a] pig out."
If you haven't already checked this place out, then you definitely need to. And if you already have, consider this your reminder to head back (or order on Uber Eats and DoorDash) for another "radikal" experience.
Address: 8460, boul. Lacordaire, Saint-Léonard
Why You Need To Go: For a totally radical dessert experience unlike any other.