We're all familiar with Mexico's famous churros. Long strips of dough perfectly fried and covered with sugar and cinnamon. But did you know that Mexico has a different kind of churro called churro de cajeta. It doesn't look much like the other churros, but they're much tastier (in my opinion). Churros de cajeta are wide pieces and flat fried dough, but unlike the other churros these remain soft, like a donut. Once lightly fried, you open the churro with a knife to fill it with cajeta, the Mexican version of dulce de leche made with goat's milk. To finish the recipe, just sprinkle with sugar and ground cinnamon. Sounds delicious, right? Now you can prepare them at home and you won't believe how easy they are to make. I'm sure you'll agree that these churros de cajeta are finger-licking delicious!