Deep Fried Dessert

Posted by: Andee / Category: , ,

When I was in Orlando I had the chance to have a deep fried Snickers bar. It was the happiest day of my life... okay, just kidding.. but it was damn good. Interested in learning how to make a deep fried Snickers bar? Here are some videos and recipes on the subject. Please try it, and please don't burn down your kitchen.

Deep frying a Snickers bar is almost common now, but the possibilities are endless when choosing a different kind of candy bar to deep fry. 3 Musketeers, Reeses Peanut Butter Cups, York Peppermint Patties, even deep fried Twix bars. The trick is to make sure the candy bar is frozen (with a stick inserted for easy dunking if you like) before dumping into the batter and then deep frying. You don't want to let any chocolate sneak out of the batter, because then you will have a huge chocolate mess. Just be sure the candy bar is entirely coated... here is how the pro's do it at the fair.

How about a deep fried twinkie? I like mine dusted with powdered sugar and drizzled with chocolate sauce.

There is a new trend to fry your favorite cola. Deep fried Coke and Pepsi stands are popping up all over in state fairs. I have not tried this personally, but I plan on it.

Deep Fried Oreos are to die for. It's as easy as buying some bisquick (just add water) mix or yellow cake batter, freezing your oreos for at least 4 hours (so they don't break up when you dunk them in the batter) and then deep frying them until they are a golden brown. The result is something like an ice cream sandwich... only much, much better.

Some people do take the deep frying craze a little too far and come up with recipes like these:

Check out these fried hamburgers... don't miss the funny comments by one of the restaurant patrons... what was he thinking?

Lets end with this how-to video on fried ice cream. I have had this dish, and it's amazing. Try it, you know you want to!!!