Aug 15, 2016 11:08 AM EDT
Hostess Releases Two Deep Fried Twinkies; Deep Fried Snack Cakes Come In Two Different Flavors; Modern Moms Dislike?[VIDEO]
If you love Twinkies, you'll love their new release product. Hostess, creator of American snack bar, released deep fried Twinkies, which come in two flavors, are now available in the frozen section of the supermarkets.
Deed fried Twinkies is one of the favorite cake snacks in America. In order to do this, you need to freeze the Twinkies for at least 2 hours; heat the oil in the fryer.
You need to make a batter, which includes. milk, vinegar,and oil (combined them). In another bowl, blend flour, baking powder, and salt. Then mix dry ingredients into wet ingredients until it becomes smooth.
Insert sticks into Twinkies. Dust Twinkies with flour and dip into batter. Then you can fry the Twinkies until they become brown (or the Twinkies float). Put the cooked fried Twinkies into the plate that has paper towels. You can add powedered sugar or chocolate syrup onto the top of cooked Twinkies.
For those who don't like the traditional process of cooking fried Twinkies, here's the good news. Hostess released Deep Fried Twinkies that you can make at home on Friday, August 12, according to AP Press.
Deep Fried Twinkies that can be found in frozen food section at Walmart, come into two flavors: chocolate and vanilla, USA Today reported.
As of now, these treats are available in Walmart only, but after three months, these treats will be available at other stores.
Vice president of marketing at Hostess, Ellen Copaken, said these treats could be marketed abroad too. According to Copaken, the company was inspired by consumers, to produce a new product, Deep Fried Twinkies.
Although some people are rejoicing because there's an easy way to fry Twinkies, however, some moms who want to purchase healthy treats to their kids, may not be happy with these products, according to to Eric Schiffer a brand expert and Chairman and CEO of The Patriarch Organization,
He added that these days, consumers are more interested to purchase healthy and natural options than before.
"It's a problem not just for Hostess, but other brands -- the trend is going to plant-based foods," Schiffer said.
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