Chocolate cake, caramel and toffee bits... inside deep-fried chimi tortillas. What?!
These mini chimis are perfect game-day party food. They're handheld, insanely delicious and worthy of every touchdown... whether for your team or not.
Yes, these are that good. And they're cute too! Who could resist? Tell your guests what the recipe name is and, well, they'll be good as gone.
So the idea behind these is a lot like better than sex cake. We're just rolling all those over-the-top flavors into tortilla shells – chocolate cake, sweetened condensed milk, caramel sauce and toffee chunks – and then frying them up.
First, gather up your simple ingredients.
Lay the tortillas on a clean work surface. Crumble chocolate cake down the center of each tortilla.
Drizzle the cake with equal amounts of sweetened condensed milk and caramel sauce, which makes a kind of homemade dulce de leche creamy caramel.
Sprinkle with chopped toffee pieces.
Roll up the tortillas burrito-style. Use a toothpick to hold the chimis together if needed.
Heat a large pot of oil to 375ºF, then add a couple of mini chimis to the oil at a time and fry until lightly golden and crispy, about 2-4 minutes.
Remove chimis from the hot oil and, If you used toothpicks to hold them together, carefully remove the toothpicks now.
Drizzle the warm, fried chimis with more caramel if you want, and serve right away with a side of whipped cream.
There can't be a better combo – a great game and BTS dessert!