Toasted Dessert Ravioli

Toasted Dessert Ravioli

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The popular toasted ravioli appetizer now has a sweet side! Tender and sweet crescent-shaped pastries each filled with a whole Milky Way® bar Minis, deep fried to golden and gooey deliciousness. Dust with powdered sugar and dipped in chocolate or caramel.

Recipe courtesy of MARS Foodservices


  • 5 Frozen pizza dough, presheeted, 12-inch x 16-inch, thawed
  • 96 Milky Way® Minis, cut in half diagonally
  • 2 cups Egg wash
  • 3 cups Japanese bread crumbs
  • 1/2 cup Confectioners powdered sugar
  • 1 1/2 cups Caramel sauce, commercially prepared
  • 1 1/2 cups Chocolate sauce, commercially prepared


  • 1 To prepare dessert ravioli, place thawed pizza dough sheets on flat work surface, use 3-inch round scalloped edge cutter to cut 19 to 20 circles out of each dough sheet. Repeat with remaining dough sheets, for a total of 96 circles.
  • 2 To assemble each ravioli, brush circle lightly with egg wash, place two Milky Way® Minis halves on center of each dough circle, pull dough up and over candy, matching dough edges to form half moon-shape; crimp edges with tines of fork to seal.
  • 3 Brush entire outer surface lightly with egg wash and dredge in bread crumbs. Transfer to parchment-lined sheet pan; repeat. Cover and reserve ravioli chilled.
  • 4 To prepare each serving, fry 8 reserved ravioli in preheated 350°F deep-fryer for 1 to 1½ minutes or until golden brown.
  • 5 Drain and dust with powdered sugar. Arrange warm dessert ravioli on plate and serve with 2 tablespoons of each caramel and chocolate dessert sauces for dipping.
  • 6 Utilize a packed teaspoon of chopped Milky Way® bar in place of Milky Way® Minis per ravioli, if desired.
  • 7 For popable, bite-size dessert ravioli use 2-inch cutter and one half Milky Way® Minis.


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