Apple Fritters with Maple Glaze | August 3, 2023


These are the kind of apple fritters you’d get at the very best kind of doughnut shop. They are made from soft yeast-raised dough, flavored with a hint of nutmeg and orange, filled with buttery cinnamon-coated apples, and covered in a crackly maple glaze.

This recipe includes instructions for letting the apple fritters rise overnight so you can fry them up in the morning and enjoy them while they are warm and fresh.

These apple fritters are a treat worthy of holiday and birthday mornings, indulgent weekends, and the people in your life that you want to spoil with something extraordinary, including yourself.

What Are Apple Fritters?
A fritter is essentially anything that’s been dipped in batter and then fried, sweet or savory.


Apple fritter doughnuts are something different. Apple fritter doughnuts are apple-filled pastries that are either baked or fried, generally flavored with cinnamon or nutmeg, and covered in a sweet glaze. There are essentially two different kinds of apple fritter doughnuts:

“Quick-raised” apple fritters: These are doughnuts made from a baking powder dough that takes about 20 minutes to make and requires no time to rise. They are like a quick-bread version of doughnuts and have a consistency similar to a cake doughnut
“Yeast-raised” apple fritters: These are doughnuts made from yeast dough and the kind of apple fritters that you’d expect to get at a really good doughnut shop. The consistency of apple fritters made from yeast dough is similar to a classic glazed doughnut.
This recipe is for apple fritter doughnuts that are yeast-raised.

They are made from buttery, yeast dough mixed with soft, cinnamon apples and fried into craggy doughnuts that are crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. The doughnuts are covered in maple glaze and best eaten while they are still warm.


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