I had Fried Cheesecake Rolls a long time ago at Longhorn Steakhouse and I can’t remember what I was amazed at more; that I was eating Fried Cheesecake or the flavor? Maybe it was a bit of both. Whatever it was, I thought they were pretty darn amazing! Who know that you could fry Cheesecake. Well, in this country you can fry just about anything.
Side Note: I saw fried Watermelon on a TV show a couple of weeks back. Crazy huh?
Anyway, back to my Fried Cheesecake experience: I loved the crunch of the exterior of the cheesecake and there was this strawberry drizzle that came with it that I fell in love with. That Fried Cheesecake dish was incredible. Well, I thought I’d try to rekindle the romance I had with the cheesecake and get my groove back.
I spent some time to consider how I could make these Fried Cheesecake Rolls as easy as possible. Do I make an actual cheesecake first and fry it in some sort of batter? Do I buy a cheesecake and roll it up in something and fry that way? What the heck should I do? Then I thought about the kids. Because I plan to have a child of my own someday, I try to make food that he/she will enjoy. I guess you can say that my blog is not only here to give you guys some delicious recipe options, but it is also going to serve as a catalog for all of my most beloved recipes. I know this tortilla dessert roll up is going to be a major hit with my kids. Y’all know Nicoley-Cole loves the kids!
- 24 oz. Cream Cheese
- ⅔ c. sugar
- 2 tsp. vanilla extract
- 3½ c. vegetable oil
- 1 stick butter, melted
- 15-20 small flour tortillas
- ½ c. sugar
- 1 tsp. cinnamon
- 1 lb. strawberries, diced
- ¼ c. sugar
- ⅛ c. vodka (berry flavored if you have it)
- ⅛ c. water
- ⅛ c. strawberry preserves
for full instructions please see : bsugarmama.com