You Can Get Loaded Churro Sundaes & Shakes At This Dessert Shop In Phoenix
Churr' gonna love this.
Deep-fried pastries are incredible, but what if they were taken to the next level? The result would be out of this world good. If you're looking for churros in Phoenix, you can end your search here. This dessert shop in Tempe Marketplace serves up some epic churro creations.
Churroholic dishes up some amazing churro dishes, including sundaes, milkshakes, and the pastries covered in anything you could hope for. It's a dream come true.
On top of serving up sweet treats, they also have an amazing specialty coffee and milk tea menu. Some of their popular coffee drinks include a horchata latte and a Mexican cocoa spice latte. These start at $5 depending on what you order.
Whether you're stopping in for a morning tea with a warm churro to start your day or coming by after work for a pick-me-up sundae, there's no going wrong with these mouthwatering eats.
For something lighter, you can try a breakfast dish served with a churro, fresh fruit, whipped cream, and powdered sugar.
Some of their flavors include matcha and pebbles, coconut and chocolate, cookies and cream, and chocolate and almonds.
On a warmer day, opt for one of their fruit slushies, made from either blended guava or blended watermelon. These refreshing drinks cost $5.75 and are topped with more fruit and a sprinkle of Tajin.
Churroholic is owned by their parent company Hiccups, which is why many dessert offerings have pan-Asian influence (like the milk teas).
The hardest part is deciding whichand dessert combo to try. We recommend bringing some friends along so you can taste a bit of everything.
Or go by yourself and just get all the, we won't judge. We're not complaining about this new churro trend, either.
It's the perfect stop to make after date night or a shopping spree in Tempe Marketplace.
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Address: 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy., #1068, Tempe, AZ
Why You Need To Go: These loaded churro sundaes are delicious. Head to Tempe Marketplace and see for yourself!