Rustic Apple Pie Fritters -

Rustic Apple Pie Fritters -

Rustic Apple Pie Fritters

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Oh my gosh!!! It’s hard to describe just how truly amazing Rustic Apple Pie Fritters are. I will give you fair warning! It’s hard to eat just one!

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Apples are such a versatile fruit and can be used in a many diverse ways. Of course, good ole‘ apple pie is an all-time favorite, as well as apple muffins, spiced apple cupcakes, and caramel apples.

I hate to admit it, but I made Rustic Apple Pie Fritters three times just in one week! The first time I made them, my parents happened to be over for dinner. Although the fritters turned out good, the apple and cinnamon flavors were faint.

My second attempt was better because I added more spices and a touch of applesauce, however, I nailed it the third time around.

In my attempts at perfecting the recipe, I tried using two different kinds of apples. The first attempted I only used one Granny Smith apple.

For the second and third attempt, I used one Granny Smith apple and one Red Delicious Apple. In the end, my family and I agreed that the combination of the two resulted in the best overall flavor.  However, feel free to use your favorite variety of apple.

My mother was kind enough to share the secret to her glaze recipe with me. It is quick and easy to create and reminds me of the glaze on Krispy Kreme doughnuts. It’s simply a combination of powdered sugar, vanilla, milk, and Knox gelatin (the gelatin helps the glaze set up).

Can you see where a bite was taken out of a fritter? Notice the chunks of apples and the flecks of apple pie spice?

A dusting of powdered sugar is also a tasty option. Simply sprinkle on the desired amount.

Rustic Apple Pie Fritters are best when served warm! Although leftovers taste fine, they just are not the same as fresh.

Depending on the size you make, one complete recipe will make approximately 15 to 20 fritters.

Rustic Apple Pie Fritters

Adapted from Betty Crocker & Bisquick

Yields 15 - 20 Fritters

A delicious apple dessert that can easily be modified to be gluten-free.

15 minPrep Time

Rustic Apple Pie Fritters

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To help support our blogging activities, our site contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase from a link on our site, we may receive a small percentage of that sale, at no extra cost to you.

I hate to admit it, but I made Rustic Apple Pie Fritters three times just in one week! The first time I made them, my parents happened to be over for dinner. Although the fritters turned out good, the apple and cinnamon flavors were faint.

My second attempt was better because I added more spices and a touch of applesauce, however, I nailed it the third time around.

In my attempts at perfecting the recipe, I tried using two different kinds of apples. The first attempted I only used one Granny Smith apple.

For the second and third attempt, I used one Granny Smith apple and one Red Delicious Apple. In the end, my family and I agreed that the combination of the two resulted in the best overall flavor.  However, feel free to use your favorite variety of apple.

Depending on the size you make, one complete recipe will make approximately 15 to 20 fritters.

Rustic Apple Pie Fritters

15 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

30 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 2 cups all-purpose baking mix (GF Option: I use King Arthur GF All-Purpose Baking Mix)
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon apple pie spice
  • 1/2 cup applesauce, divided (Depending on the brand of all-purpose baking mix, you may need to adjust the amount of applesauce; more or less.)
  • 1/2 cup cold water
  • 1 egg
  • 2 cups chopped apples
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