The QuEEn’s Famous Apple Fritters

When my son was younger (he’s almost 13L) we would do all the essential New England fall activities. A favorite being apple picking, I would use those apples and make apple fritters. My youngest niece is one so were all starting fall traditions with her! My son that has been too cool decided he wanted to go apple picking with us, until the last minute he remembered he was too “busy”. But he harassed me to no end to make my famous apple fritters. Super easy, super quick, super inexpensive! Check it out!

Ingredients

• Apples

• Pancake mix

• Water

• Powder Sugar

• Cinnamon

Directions:

Core an apple easiest with an apple corer. If you don’t have an apple corer form a square at the top and bottom of apple and cut core completely out.

Once you complete that you should have an apple that has a hollow hole from top to bottom in the middle.

Next slice apple in slices, you will have apple slices or apple rings (apples in the shape of a wheel). Try not to slice them to thick. Sprinkle sugar on apple rings. Let apple sit.

Make your pancake mix as you would if you were making pancakes. For me that would be adding mix and water. Use whatever brand and type you like. I usually use one that only needs water.

Once that is completed add oil to pan. Once pan is hot dip apple slices in mix coating the entire apple slice and place in pan.

Cook on each side for about 2 minutes. If the apple is cut thick you may have to cook it a little longer because you don’t want to eat wet pancake mix.

Once you remove from pan put on plate/dish with paper towel to absorb oil. Sprinkle powder sugar and cinnamon on apple fritters. They taste best warm and fresh.

It’s the best combination, you bite into a warm flaky breading and when you least expect it a juicy apple burst into your taste buds. Enjoy!!!

Thanks for stopping by,

Wishing you no pain unless it’s champagne!

~The QuEEn

1 thought on “The QuEEn’s Famous Apple Fritters

  1. Thank you for reading it Bew!!!😘😘

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