Fried Coke was invented by Abel Gonzales, Jr., and introduced at the 2006 State Fair of Texas. It was so popular, it won the "Most Creative" prize for food at the fair and sold more than 10,000 cups in the first two weeks after it was introduced. It has appeared in several state fairs since then with popular variations to the original recipe, like the substitution of Sprite or Pepsi for the Coca-Cola flavor. Feel free to make your own substitutions to the basic recipe.
The batter of fried Coke consists of Coca-Cola syrup, a little strawberry syrup and some strawberries. Mix the batter, roll it into round doughnut balls about the size of ping-pong balls and deep fry it Pepsi syrup or Sprite flavors have been substituted for the Coca-Cola syrup to great success.
Dribble more Coca-Cola syrup over the batter.
Top off the dessert with cinnamon sugar, whipped cream and a cherry. Serve the dessert in a soda-fountain style cup.