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Melbourne shopper makes churros in an airfryer with $3 Woolworths cinnamon donuts

Shopper shares foolproof hack for making ‘best ever’ churros with a $3 purchase — but not everyone is racing to try them

  • A customer discovered how to make churros in a hot air fryer with a purchase of $3
  • He cooks Woolworths cinnamon donuts – $3 for a pack of 12 – for four minutes
  • The man said it’s the ‘best things I’ve ever tasted in my entire life’
  • But others were less impressed and said the ‘hack’ is not a hack at all


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A shopper has discovered an easy way to make churros in a hot air fryer with a $3 grocery store purchase, but not everyone is rushing to try them.

Melbourne man Adam, 21, took to TikTok after his mother discovered that cooking Woolworths cinnamon donuts at 200 degrees Celsius turned them into the iconic Spanish snack in just four minutes.

The donuts, which cost $3 for a pack of 12, eliminate the need to whip up messy batter—and Adam claims they’re the best he’s ever tried.

“My mom just invented the best thing I’ve ever tasted in my entire life,” he said in the video.

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A customer has discovered an easy way to make churros in a hot air fryer with a $3 supermarket purchase — but not everyone is rushing to try them

The donuts, which cost $3 for a pack of 12, eliminate the need to whip up messy batter;  Adam claims they are the best he's ever tried, but others say they look burnt and overcooked

The donuts, which cost $3 for a pack of 12, eliminate the need to whip up messy batter;  Adam claims they are the best he's ever tried, but others say they look burnt and overcooked

A customer has discovered an easy way to make churros in a hot air fryer with a $3 supermarket purchase — but not everyone is rushing to try them

Halfway through the cooking process, he said turn the donuts over to make sure they cook evenly.

The foolproof trick has swept social media, garnering nearly 60,000 views and dozens of raved comments since it was shared on Sunday.

“I’ve been doing this for so long, it makes them so much better,” one man replied.

A second said, “Hats off to your mom, best hack ever!”

Woolworths cinnamon donuts (pictured) are sold in packs of 12 for a remarkably reasonable $3.

Woolworths cinnamon donuts (pictured) are sold in packs of 12 for a remarkably reasonable $3.

Woolworths cinnamon donuts (pictured) are sold in packs of 12 for a remarkably reasonable $3.

Others called the idea “heaven” and said they would try it themselves over the weekend with Nutella lashings.

But some were less impressed, with many arguing that the “hack” isn’t a hack at all.

One person said the donuts looked burnt and overcooked, adding, “What are these churros like anyway?”

“Not a traditional churro, just an old cinnamon donut,” said a second, while a third added, “I think he misspelled burnt donut.”

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