Hello everyone! I made a fun Autumn snack yesterday: Apple Fritters. I found the recipe from Amy, who has one of my favorite blogs, Simple Folk. She got the recipe from Tina at Garden Goose, who was sweet enough to give me permission to share the recipe with you! Thank you, Tina!
I used "Honeycrunch" apples.
2 cups self rising flour
3 tablespoons sugar
2 eggs well beaten
1 cup milk
2 cups tart apples, chopped
Sift together dry ingredients. Gradually add beaten eggs and milk combined. Refrigerate batter for about 2 hours. Stir in the apples. Drop by tablespoon into hot oil and fry until golden brown. Roll in powdered sugar or a sugar/cinnamon combination.
I haven't fried anything in at least 8 years so I was a little nervous. I'm happy to report that I didn't burn my house down. ;0) The fritters fried up very quickly and easily and they weren't greasy at all.
I cooked the fritters on medium heat.
Then rolled them in cinnamon sugar.
If you have any leftovers and want them to stay crispy on the outside, don't cover them.
Let me know if you try them!
Mmmmm, my dh and dd love apple fritters! I have never tried to make them, though, but will give your recipe a try. Thank you for sharing, Kelli!
Thank you so much for sharing these Kelli! Those are something I always wanted to try making!
Those look SO delicious! I am terribly TERRIBLY afraid of frying since I don't have one of those fabulous fry-daddy things...but you make it look so easy! Maybe, JUST maybe, I will have to try them.
PS. So THAT is the secret to keeping things fried crispy on the outside-not covering them?! Neat. That is good to know...
They look delicious - I'd love to make them, as time allows. If I will, I'll tell you!
Those look delicious. I, like you, do not fry anymore. But these look worth the calories.
Oh my goodness! I just might have to stop my "diet" to try these. Yummy!
I might have to make these in the morning for breakfast!!
My mom used to make them when I was a child and she still makes them for my dad. We both love them...we additional put a mix of sugar and cinnamon on top of the fritters. Very, very tasty.
Have a great day, hugs, Britta
Wow, do those ever look yummy.
Oh yum, I will have to try this one, I have family coming over on friday and I think this would be a great snack :)
Thank you Kelli :)
Thanks so much for sharing this recipe Kelli!! I wanted a good Apple Fritter recipe. We visited our local Apple Orchard last weekend and I am looking for more recipes. The Apple Barn Restaurant in Gatlinburg, TN serves these with Apple Butter and is a nice added touch too!
Oh My! Yum! Hope to try them this weekend! My hubby will love these, I just know it!
These look delicious! And so simple. Thanks for recipe.
Oh my goodness! Those sound delicious! :D
Oh those apple fritters look delicious. I may have to try and make those. I just received a sack of apples from a friend.
This recipe looks absolutely delicious!
Your recipes and pictures always make my mouth water!
Kelli, I am almost 50 years old and I have NEVER had an apple fritter!!! I guess I will have to do something about that;o) Yummm....
Oh, I love apple fritters (and corn fritters, too). Yummy!
Kelli, they look absolutely wonderful!!
I have never had a fritter, but I will try just about anything fried, I just might have to try these!
These sound wonderful! I made the butterscotch pumpkin bread and I'll post about it soon! Thanks for such great leads on recipes
I think this is the third recipe of yours that I bookmarked to come back to when it gets cooler outside.
It turned from hot to COLD so this recipe may just be made tomorrow. I have all the ingredients and it looks yummy.
Oh my! I haven't seen Apple Fritters in years and years. I'm just now calling in to my husband... "Apple Fritters!!!" Oh yum. Memories.
Naturally I have to print out this recipe.
We both just remembered.... The ones we had were not sugared. They were simply fried. And then served with Maple Syrup.
We both remember that we had them at a restaurant somewhere around here. But we can't remember the name of the restaurant. :-)
i'm going to stop coming to your blog when i see the name of a food dish as the title. you make me soooo hungry for your yummy creations. (only kidding, of course i'll be back =])
Omigosh I love apple fritters but have never tried to make my own..now I will!!! They seem easy enough to do:-) Thank you so much for sharing the recipe dear Kelli!! xox
You mentioned using "Honeycrunch" Apples....I believe the correct name is "Honeycrisp". It is very juicy and crunchy, but not tart, as the recipe calls for. It probably worked well for the apple fritters because of the crunch. It doesn't get real soft when cooked so it's not generally used for sauce or pies (although the taste is good, the most people want a softer texture for those dishes).
If someone wanted a more tart, but still crunchy apple a better choice would be a Macintosh, JonaMac, or Empire.
Just thought I'd pass on some info I use daily in my work at a farm market in Michigan's fruit belt. Happy eating!
Yikes, I can't believe you have 30 comments!! My father-in-law is known as the fritter man at all of the stores around here that sell apple fritters--he loves them. However I don't think I could fry anything....even for him!! lol
Thank you for letting me know about my typo, Anonymous! I definitely meant "Honeycrisp!" LOL
YUMMMMMMMMMYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY! Thanks for posting! :-)
Kelli, check out my blog from a coupleof days ago!! Great minds think alike...same recipe...almost same pictures...LOL
YUMMY!!! Apple fritters. One of my hubby's favorites! Thanks for sharing!!!
that looks like something my mom would like
What kind of oil did you use and about how much?
i've never made apple fritters but intend to make them now!thank you for posting the recipe..
These are going to be tested here soon, love this recipe! I don't usually fry, but these are worth it!
These look delicious. I will certainly be trying these. Thanks for sharing. sara from farmingfriends
I am making these today. We have SOOOOO many apples...and I have what I believe is honeycrisp. They are yellow-greenish and very sweet, not tart. YUMMMMM~
Oh, I am going to try these !!! Thank you so much for sharing !!
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