The perfect accompaniment to hot mulled cider, a salted caramel mocha, or just plain ice-cold milk, airfryerapplefritters are an addictive finger-licking fall treat. I just don’t care for the oily taste of deep-fried bakery doughnuts.
When you make these fritters, it’s like a crisp muffin top in every bite with the bonus of delicious glaze. In a large bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, apple cider, and vanilla.
Add flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon and nutmeg, and gently blend the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients. While the fritters are baking, make a simple glaze using powdered sugar, apple cider, cinnamon, and vanilla.
Apple fritters are a snack to look forward to, or a welcome addition to breakfast or brunch. Crumble apple fritters into a bowl, top with vanilla ice cream, and caramel sauce for an over-the-top dessert.
Try substituting cut-up peaches, apricots, or plums for the apples, or stir in blueberries or raspberries. Like any bakery treat, apple fritters are best eaten the same day you make them.
In a large bowl, combine milk, apple cider, eggs, and vanilla. Add flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt.
Use an ice cream scoop or two tablespoons, drop batter, making 3 or 4 fritters at a time, into air fryer. In a medium-sized bowl, combine glaze ingredients, stirring until smooth.
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Please consult a medical professional for any specific nutrition, diet, or allergy advice. The taste was off--maybe too much flour and not enough apple, but I followed the recipe as written.
07/25/2019 I added a little more milk because the dough was too stiff and used less sugar. You can’t really taste the apple or cinnamon.
07/26/2019 I didn't have the Carmel it wanted so my sauce wasn't right (I used vanilla instead) and I thought it tasted better without it. With that said I started off trying to do what she said and put it in my air fryer maybe I'm just not talented enough or my air fryer isn't large enough, so I gave up and cooked in my oven.
Tastes great very filling I'll make it again but definitely skipping the air fryer ! 02/17/2020 They were good . Didn't really need the glaze.
Tastes fine, but not a fritter consistency one would hope for. 01/04/2020 Liquid to dry ratio was way off even for an earlier.
I added more milk but it just wasn't the right consistency for fritters. Those points do not include the powdered sugar I put on at the end.
These AirFryerAppleFritters are easy to make using simple ingredients you may already have and drizzled with a delicious glaze! Using a can of refrigerated biscuits takes the place of the dough and tastes just as delicious.
This quick and easy dessert is good to eat plain or add a scoop of ice cream while it’s still warm. Split all the biscuits in half and lay on a cookie sheet.
You can whip these bad boys up in time for breakfast or even as an easy fall dessert. Now keep in mind that this is a shortcut recipe so there isn’t any feasted dough or anything.
A little late in the fall calendar to make these apple fritters but the recipe is so simple and easy that it doesn’t have to be for a special occasion. Never mind holidays or Sunday brunch, this is such a quick and straightforward recipe that it’s easy to whip up for a weekday breakfast surprise.
The end result is an old-fashioned apple sweet treat that is a cross between a donut and a slice of warm pie. It feels indulgent, and the glaze gives it a sweet finish, but the air fryer saves a lot of the fat.
The one downside is that it does use three separate bowls for the diced apples, the wet, and the dry ingredients but honestly that is a small price to pay for such a quick, easy and indulgent treat to accompany that morning coffee or tea. For fritters Toss the apples with the lemon juice and cinnamon in a small bowl.
This is a quick and easy dessert and only 1 WW blue point each. I'm already thinking of many variations I can make with this simple recipe.
This recipe originally was going to be AppleFritters, but I changed it because my husband is not a baked apple fan. Maybe I'll do an apple fritter video one later for you all.
My husband is the pickiest eater, and he loved these so much (he had 6 of them). Subscribe to my channel and you will be notified when I post other recipes.INGREDIENTS:1 cup of self-rising flour1/4 cup Swerve all natural sweetener (granular)1/2 cup plain unsweetened almond milk1 egg1/2 tsp cinnamonPinch of table saltGLAZE:1/2 cup of Swerve sugar free confection sugar for -0- pts2 tbsp of almond milk1/4 tsp ground cinnamon1/2 tsp of vanilla or caramel extract (such as Watkins).TRIPLE BERRY FRUIT TOPPING:1 cup of frozen -0- point berries Make sure you scan them when you buy them, not all of them are -0- points.
Drop fritters using a cookie scoop on the air fryer rack or drop them into the bottom of an air fryer basket that is lined with parchment paper if you use a basket style air fryer. Mix all the glaze ingredients together and stir briskly with a spoon until smooth.
TRIPLE BERRY FRUIT TOPPING:Microwave 1 cup of frozen -0- point berries for 2 minutes. Scan, scan, scan to make sure you find the -0- point ones.NEXT: add 1/4 cup of -0- pt SF Maple Syrup (I use Maple Grove, you can find it at Walmart) then add 2 tbsp of sugar free syrup such as Vanilla, Caramel, etc.
Pour into HOT berry mixture, stir, microwave for 1 minute. Spoon 1-2 tbsp of fruit topping over fritters, top with FF Cool Whip if you like (optional).