Longest churro
Luis Caro
77/30 metre(s)
Canada (Edmonton)
The longest churro was made by Luis Caro and family as part of the Heritage Days Festival, Edmonton, Canada on 6 August 2000. The pastry measured 77 m (252.62 ft) in length and 30 kg (66.13 lb) in weight. A churro is a long, thin vanilla flavoured pastry which is dusted with icing sugar. The uncooked dough was placed into a vat which contained 120 litres of oil. The total cost of the churro was $7000.00 CAN.