From the Kitchen of Apartment 8 – Lazy Cook’s Apple Fritters

My husband LOVES apple fritters.  Usually we just buy them as a special treat, but on occasion I get ambitious and try to make them at home.  We’ve tried out various recipes and each time is a learning for me.  Some turn out well.  Others…well…not so much.  I have yet to perfect the Apple Fritter but last night we created  a little something to satisfy an apple fritter hankering in a pinch!

Lazy Cook Apple Fritters

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  • 1 medium apple, chopped
  • Cinnamon and Sugar mixture
  • 1 Can tubed biscuits
  • Oil

Glaze

  • Powdered Sugar
  • Milk

First, sprinkle your chopped apple with the cinnamon sugar mixture.  Next, remove biscuits from the tube and tear open like you would if you were buttering a biscuit (most biscuits from a tube are layered so it should be easily to tear in line with one of the layers).  Sprinkle open faced biscuit with a little more cinnamon and sugar, then fill one half of the biscuit with apples.  Layer the other half of the biscuit over the apples and pinch together all around.  Repeat until biscuit dough is gone.  Heat oil in a pan over medium heat.  Fry until golden brown, flipping the fritters over about halfway through.  While cooking, mix together a few tablespoons of powdered sugar and milk until you reach desired consistency for glaze.  Set aside. When the fritters are cooked, dip in the glaze and serve hot.

 

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