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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Amazing Apple Fritters {recipe}

This past weekend my husband and I were talking about apple fritters from our past. He was letting me know that nobody, not even the local chain doughnut shops know how to make a proper apple fritter anymore. So I jokingly said, "hey i'll check Pinterest and find a recipe"..lol Well he took me seriously and next thing I knew I was making a recipe I adapted from Prudent Baby.

I slightly changed their recipe. I used my homemade chunky applesauce and doubled the amount which made for a super moist doughnut. This recipe is amazing and I was delighted with how easy it was. When hubby had his first taste of the fritter his eyes light up and he said "oh yeah, that's what i'm talking about"! It's nice to spark those childhood memories for him and now my girls have had their first apple fritters, and could not get enough of them!


1 Cup Flour
1/2 Cup Sugar
2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon Nutmeg
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup Chunky Apple Sauce
1 Med Apple, diced
1 egg
1/4 cup milk

1 cup powdered sugar
1 tablespoon milk

Vegetable Oil for frying

In a large bowl mix all dry doughnut ingredients with the milk, egg and apple sauce. Once well mixed, fold in the diced apples.

In a large frying add at least 1 inch of oil. Heat on Med High. When oil is hot but not smoking, add 1/4 cup of your batter to the hot oil. 

Fry for approximately 2 minutes and then flip (very carefully) and continue to cook the other side for an additional 2 minutes. Remove the fritters to a wire rack to drain excess oil. 

In a small bowl mix powdered sugar and milk and whisk well. Add more milk if glaze is too thick, or more powdered sugar if too thin. The consistency is up to you.

Drizzle or spoon your glaze over the cooled fritters and serve.

Also linked up with Crazy For Crust


Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust said...

Yum! My mom would love these. I remember her getting them every weekend. Thanks for the recipe!

Keeley McGuire said...

the ever growing size of my booty does not appreciate your posts lately, LOL
this looks so yummy!

Jenni Price said...

Hey Steph, I was wondering if something funny happened to your blog for a few days? When I would visit your blog, it had these triangle pictures all over it. It looks back to normal now. Just wondering?

Homemade apple fritters? Wow! How awesome is that!!

deb duty said...

Oh wow! I'm so impressed with you! My family would love me if I would attempt this! They look so good!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Your husband has a point. Apple fritters have gone downhill. I used to adore them, but the past couple of times I've splurged they weren't all that. Yours look divine!

Carma Sez said...

oh, those look yummy - my mom used to make apple and potato fritters when I was young.

Veronica Lee said...

Those look heavenly!!!

NeeCee said...

These fritters look wonderful! Just started following your blog. Would love to have you visit me at pinecreekstyle.blogspot.com Found you at my daughter Tara's blog (Trendy Treehouse) :)
Love your Style, NeeCee

Unknown said...

I've completely forgotten how I found you but so glad I did. can't wait to try these, pinned and following you now!


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