Buñuelos de Viento
This Latin American dessert is traditionally cooked and eaten during Las Posadas, an annual celebration that spans the nine days leading up to Christmas. The word Viento is Spanish for wind, and true to their name, these crispy sweet treats feel as light and airy as a butterfly’s wing in your hand.
Buñuelos are delightfully fun to make and will satisfy your sweet tooth without the heaviness of many fried foods, so you can keep dancing through any and all holiday celebrations you may have planned. We promise, if you serve these to your friends and family they will beg you for this cinnamon sugar fritters.