Melissa Williamson Recipe

Homemade Apple Fritters

By Melissa Williamson georgiagirl48

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30 fritters
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Melissa's Story

I love apple fritters. You can make peach, cherry, blueberry, blackberry, cranberry and pineapple. It is so easy and simple to make them. They are so delicious and sweet. Yummy!!!!


2 c
self rising flour
1/2 c
1 tsp
ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp
ground nutmeg
1 tsp
vanilla extract
1/2 c
apple cider
1/2 c
2 Tbsp
butter, melted
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2 1/2 c
tart apples, peeled, cored and diced in small chunks (i used granny smith)

Directions Step-By-Step

Preheat deep fryer or vegetable oil in large frying pan to 350 degrees. If using a frying pan, make the oil about 1 1/2 inches deep.

Combine self rising flour, sugar, eggs, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla extract apple cider, milk and melted butter in a large bowl. Whisk well. Add apples and fold in. Spoon batter by the teaspoon in hot oil. Cook over medium heat, turning once. Fritters only take about 1 minute per side to cook. Remove from oil when done and drain on clean kitchen towel or paper towel.

Dust powdered sugar on fritters and serve warm.

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    Melisa Campbell melisacmpbll - Apr 19, 2012
    Hi Melissa,
    I love apple fritters also, but can't find any good ones here. I am gonna definitely cook yours this weekend and let you know.

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Melissa Williamson georgiagirl48 - Apr 29, 2012
    Me, too! My family are crazy about apple fritters. I use different kind of fruits to make fritters. It is so good with coffee. Okay, let me know how you like it. You welcome, Melisa.
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    Lisa Gragg litmiss - Jun 5, 2012
    I think I'll make banana fritters.
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    Melissa Williamson georgiagirl48 - Jun 6, 2012
    Mmmmm sounds good. Let me know how it goes? I would like to try it. Thank you, Lisa.
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    jennifer willsey jenw54 - Feb 13, 2013
    These were very good, my husband loved them. Just a little time consuming, since you do it 1 teaspoon at a time. I think maybe I'll cut the recipe in half next time around.