Recipe by TITCH
"I got this recipe from my aunt. My children just love them. Try it with peaches, too!"
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oil for deep frying
apples, peeled and cored
confectioners' sugar for dusting
These were excellent after I tweaked the recipe a little (since others said it was bland). I doubled the amount of nutmeg and added the same amount of cinnamon. I then added 2 teaspoons of vanilla and doubled up on the sugar as well. I chopped up the apples instead of slices, to have a more "fritter" feel to them. I also ended up adding a little more milk to the batter because they were coming out raw inside. Once I did this they cooked all the way through very nicely.
I used Granny Smith apples and they didn't come out very sweet. They were still very tart. If I try it again I may use different type of apples. I also thought the batter didn't stick very well to the apples. I followed the recipe directly and the batter was very thick and sticky (to my fingers, not the apples).
this recipe is AWESOME! i have my husband's coworkers taking shifts to run to my house and pick up fresh batches out of the skillet as i make them, it's an event in our house now. THANK YOU PAT! my kids adore these too. if you have trouble with the batter sticking, pat the apple slices dry with a paper towel first. i like a little cinnamon in the batter too, and if you dust these with powdered sugar then drizzle with caramel topping, you will have an absolutely heavenly treat! wish i could give it six stars!
Made these tonight for the family and everyone loved them. I added cinnamon to the batter & diced the apples. I put the diced apples in the microwave for 4 minutes to soften them up a bit, then added the cooked down apples & liquid to the batter. It was a perfect consistancy. Dropped them into the oil using 1/4 measuring cup. this made a good sized fritter. Thanks for a great recipe!
Well... put me, my frydaddy, my 4 old, and my 2 year old against this recipe and we all came out alive, that says alot. It was really easy, but took a while with my smaller frydaddy (only 3 dnuts at a time). Other than that it's a wonderful recipe, kids love it! Thanks Pat!
I didn't like this recipe at all.I thought the fritters were too greasy and the apples went mushy inside.
Great and so easy! I made these especially for my husband and friends, but even I loved them and I'm not an apple fan. They were gone in a flash. These would be great for fall. I will definitely make this recipe again.
These were great. I'm sending an ice-cream pail full with my husband to work tomorrow...that's assuming he doesn't eat them all first!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Apple Fritters I
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 88
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