We all enjoy taking that first bite into our favorite candy bar. If you think the taste couldn’t get any better, try frying it.
Step 1: Chill candy bar Chill your candy bar for at least 20 minutes in the freezer before frying.
Step 2: Heat oil Pour 4 cups of oil into a pot and heat until it reaches 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
Step 3: Make batter Make the batter to coat the candy bar by combining the egg, the remaining tablespoon of oil, and the milk in the mixing bowl.
Step 4: Whisk in remaining ingredients Whisk in the baking powder and the flour until all the ingredients are mixed together. Refrigerate the batter for a couple of minutes to thicken. Pour a small amount of flour on a plate for dredging.
Step 5: Dip in batter Dredge the candy bar in flour; then submerge it in the batter. Retrieve it with the tongs.
TIP: Make sure the candy bar is fully coated in batter.
Step 6: Place in oil Carefully lower the candy bar into the oil with the tongs, making sure not to splash. Fry the candy bar for approximately 2 minutes or until it is golden brown.
Step 7: Take out with tongs Grab the candy bar with your tongs to remove it from the pot and place on the paper towel. Let it cool and enjoy.
FACT: In 2008, customs officials in New Jersey seized almost 9 pounds of heroin concealed inside chocolate candy bars.