Divas On A Dime™ 2012
Deep Fried Candy Bar Ravioli!
Crispy on the outside and melty on the inside! Great served with a drizzle of chocolate syrup or with ice cream.
This is a fast and easy dessert to prepare but it is done at the last minute before serving. Literally 10 minutes from start to finish. It’s best served right out of the frying pan. Not a “do ahead” dessert.
Please be careful as you’ll be frying these in hot oil.
Not a recipe for the kiddies to do alone!
What You’ll Need:
This is a most forgiving “recipe”. As long as the candy fits in the wrappers and they can seal around it they will be really good. I used “fun sized” bars. They are approximately 0.6 oz bars and can be found in packages of 8 bars for about a dollar. I used the whole bar but you could cut them in half. Just be sure to sprinkle the wontons with sugar as soon as they are removed from the oil as the wontons were a little bland with a small piece of chocolate. But they’re good with sugar.
The candy bars that did the best with the frying are: Almond Joy, Mounds, Baby Ruth, Milky Way, Snickers, Hershey’s Chocolate and Twix. Anything with caramel was a hit.
If you freeze them for about 10 minutes: small Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups work. Don’t forget to take off the paper. You know who you are.
Not our favorites, Butterfingers, didn’t take well to the heat, if it gets too hot it’s really too chewy and not that great, Three Musketeers was too gooey once melted, like it deflated. They are just better as candy bars and not deep fried in a wonton.