It’s FRY-Day! Woohoo! Today I have a recipe that I made A LOT in college and it also happened to be a favorite amongst my sorority sisters and roommates. Chocolate Chimichangas are so delicious (and addicting). Everyone loves a fried treat with chocolate and ice cream especially after a long night of studying or working!
I actually received this recipe from from my sweetheart’s mom during my high school days. The first time I made these in college was a girls night. We had finished up Rush Week and wanted to have a fun little fiesta! My closest gals and I decided we were going to make a big Mexican feast where each of us was in charge of one dish. I decided I would make Chocolate Chimichangas because well, they are easy, quick and inexpensive. We thoroughly enjoyed this yummy dessert which paired perfectly with our Mexican feast. You can use it at your next girl’s night — perhaps for the next season of the Bachelorette. What are some of your favorite fried desserts? Have a wonderful weekend, sweet friends!
-Hershey’s Chocolate Bars – one for each person
-Breyer’s Vanilla Ice Cream
1. In a large sauce pan, pour enough oil to barely cover the chimichanga. Heat the oil.
2. Wrap tortilla around the Hershey’s bar, and hold together with a toothpick.
3. Pop fry the tortilla and chocolate. The goal is to melt the chocolate and make the tortilla flakey. *Pop fry means fry for a short time*
4. Remove from heat, place on plate, top with two scoops of ice cream. You can even add chocolate syrup on top!