Fried Coke Recipe

 Deep-Fried Coca Cola

Number of Servings: 6 Prep Time: 45 mins


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.

Helpful Hints:
This is basically a funnel cake recipe, made even more popular at our NC State Fair with the addition of good ol’ Coca Cola. The kids love them because they’re so sweet and gooey. While you’re cooking up a batch, the batter may thicken. If this happens, thin the batter by adding more Coca Cola!Submitted By :
Beverly M
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This is something that my low carb diet would never allow for me to eat.  Just looking at this recipe makes me feel like I am GAINING weight.  It is sweeping the Nation…so of course I will share this sinful thing.  My sister in law is pregnant…I wonder if she would enjoy this if I made it for her.  I am also thinking about making this and trying to send it off to my husband’s platoon in Iraq…not sure if it will hold up well.  Is there a way to send stuff like cakes and baked goods overseas?  I vaguely remember something about an apple or a slice of bread being put in with the cakes to keep them fresh…still not too sure about that.  If ANYONE has tried this please let me know if it was good or not.  I don’t want to waste my time making this stuff if it is nasty.  I especially don’t want to bring this to my sister in law and she hates it…
If only there was a way for me to add this into my diet.  I love funnel cakes…sigh.
There are other recipes at where I found this sinful concoction.



  1. Rebecca says:

    I always store cookies and what not with a slice of bread, and yes… it works. I’ve heard an apple too, but I just always use bread.
    If you make some for the SIL, set a piece or two aside in an airtight container with a piece of bread and see how it’s doing in a week.
    I have my sealing machine that I used when I sent dh anything when he was “over there”. Sometimes sealing it would “mash” it down, but it always arrived fresh. If it was something soft that I wanted sealed (like muffins) I would freeze them first so they were hard enough to maintain their shape, then seal them.
    I haven’t seen you around on the weekends woman. Where you hiding?

  2. Robin says:

    Now I want to go and get one of those sealing things. You just convinced me to do that…since I have been cooking nore I think having something like that would help with the storage issues I am hving in the fridge. 🙂
    I have been around…just getting on later than usual. I have been doing lots of nesting in the house. Every time the weather changes I want to rearrange and clean. I have also been trying to get back into the swing of things and do different workouts. I did Pilates/Yoga the other day and my 37 year old joints and back have been making me pay for the effort. Still trying to get my mind right and taking your avice to meet halfway. Going pretty good…but sometimes it is draining for me. That and the fact that I get viruses everytime I get online…just been a busy month for me…
    I see you tried the Yoga poses…LOL…I don’t think I could do any of those without being hospitalized for at least a week…

  3. readhead says:

    You might do a search in the Washington Post archives; a year ago, their food section did an article about two moms who spent a LOT of time sending goodies to their sons and their tips on how to ship food over to Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan, etc. along with some travel-tested recipes. If you can’t find it, they have a chat with the food editors every week and you can post a question. Usually they’ll post a link to the article right away.

  4. Matthew H says:

    Help!! Where does one buy cola syrup?? I’ve asked all my local grocery stores. thanx !!

  5. David Locke says:

    Resturants have cola syrup. They get it from the soda companies. My guess is that you call your local soda distributor.

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