Lanthanum aluminate-lanthanum zirconate composite was synthesized by using coprecipitation and powders were dried by spray-drying. Pseudoboehmite was used as a precursor of lanthanum aluminate during the precipitation process. Highly crystalline phases were obtained. Lanthanum zirconate exhibits a pyrochlore structure at lower synthesis temperature (>1500°C). Due drying technique lanthanum aluminate particles appear surrounded by lanthanum zirconate. No other remaining phases were observed and the phase distribution in the composite was homogeneous.