Fritter Sundae

Fritter Sundae Recipe

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Christine Sachs


I love Sundae's and I love Fritters, so I thought Hey! Why not a fritter sundae?!? So here is my version. I hope you enjoy it.


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15 Min
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4 pt
one pint each of your favorite ice-cream
1 c
all purpose flour
1 Tbsp
granulated sugar
1/2 tsp
2 large
eggs (separated)
1/2 c
bite size chunks of fruit, such as bananas, apples, peaches, and cherries.
cinnamon sugar
1 Tbsp
corn oil
oil for frying. be sure not to fill your pan more than half way, to prevent boiling over.
2 c
whipped cream
chocolate syrup

How to Make Fritter Sundae


  • 1Sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Set aside. I med. bowl, blend egg yolk, milk, and 1T corn oil. Stir dry mix into wet.
  • 2With mixer on high speed, whip egg whites till stiff peaks form. Fold this into the mix of wet and dry ingredients. Get oil to 370 degrees. Put fruit into batter to cover and carry with a spoon into oil. Be sure not to over-crowd them as they will stick together. Let cook about 3-4 minutes, till light brown. Take out with slotted wire lifter and place gently on several paper towels. Wait about 2 minutes and sprinkle with your choice of icing-sugar or cinnamon sugar. I do some of each. Cool Completely.
  • 3Put a scoop of each ice-cream in a bowl and top with whip-cream. Place fritters around ice-cream, and drizzle the whole thing with chocolate syrup, or favorite topping.

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Course/Dish: Ice Cream & Ices

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