Fried Coke


My cousin asked me if I had ever tried “Fried Coke.” I was like.. What??? What are you talking about? And, then she sent me pictures and the story about it. Whoa… it’s pretty amazing how the inventor, Abel Gonzales, Jr. come up with a very creative dessert. He introduced Fried Coke in 2006 at the State Fair in Texas.



I also found the recipe on the Internet. (Source)



2 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1 1/2 cups Coca Cola
Oil for deep frying



1 cup Coca Cola syrup
whipped cream
maraschino cherries 



1. In a medium bowl, mix together the flour and baking powder.
2. Mix in eggs and Coca Cola and stir until a smooth batter forms.
3. Preheat oil in a skillet or deep fryer.
4. Pour 1/3 cup of batter into a funnel or turkey baster and in a circular motion pour batter into the hot oil.
5. Fry up for about a minute on each side and drain on paper towels.
6. Serve while still warm and top with Coca Cola syrup, whipped cream and a maraschino cherry.


Now, it’s your turn to try it out!!

Friendship Bread


My co-worker, Brittany, gave me a piece of bread called “Amish Friendship Bread.” Yummy…It’s moist and not too sweet.

You probably are curious like me that why she called friendship bread. This concept has been known for a long time, Michelle (another co-worker) added. Think about the concept like “Chain Letter.” Yep… you pass the bread to your friends and your friends can pass to someone else.. on and on…

According to Wikipedia, Amish Friendship Bread is a type of sourdough starter being a substitute for baking yeast and being used to make many kinds of yeast-based breads, shared with friends, or frozen for future use. The sweet, cake-like Amish Cinnamon Bread is a common bread that is made from this starter; it is a simple, stirred quickbread that includes a substantial amount of sugar and vegetable oil, with a mild cinnamon flavor. It has characteristics of both pound cake and coffee cake.

Brittany added extra ingredients to it to make it her own. she added nuts, raisin, etc. Based on the recipe I got from Brittany, it will take 10 days to make the bread. At day 10th, you will be able to separate the batter as a “starter” for your friends to make the bread. You can give away up-to three friends (one cup for each), and your friends can do the same as you to later give away three additional friends for each starter.

This sounds fun!! She’s going to give me a starter!! I will post the recipe when I have the batter.