Chocolate Infused Churros
To finish up the batter, you'll add in the eggs and vanilla. Mix it together well to finish off your dough.
Grab up your pastry bag and load it up with the dough. I find that if I stick the pastry bag inside a glass and roll the edges of the bag down around it, I have a much easier time filling up. For the tip I used a size 1M from Wilton. You can find it at your local craft store in the cake and candy making section. Mine was $1.49, so not too big of an investment. You can also just pipe them out by just cutting a corner from your bag. You simply won't have the classic star shape that you usually see associated with churros.
Cook the churros for about a minute on each side and then pull them out and allow them to cool and drain.
Serve with chocolate sauce for dipping.