These Quick Homemade Apple Fritters may be ready in as little as 30 minutes, are chock-full of fresh apples, are simple to prepare with just a few ingredients, and need very little hands-on time. They are sure to become a new favorite among all members of the family.

Here’s a very quickie for you all! These Quick Homemade Apple Fritters were a spur-of-the-moment wonderful invention that was inspired by the thought, “I want some fritters,” and they were so great that I just had to share them! Not only are they ready to eat in only around thirty minutes, but in contrast to traditional apple fritters, you don’t have to hunt for the apples in them. And what about that glaze? These are the ideal delicious treat to have for breakfast! Ideal for crisp autumn air and apples just gathered off the tree!

To get the best results from this recipe, ensure that the apples are finely diced. Particularly considering that we cram as many of them as we can into these fritters. Since, in my view, there is nothing worse than receiving an apple fritter and having to seek the apple inside of it, these apple fritters are genuine apple fritters with a significant focus on apples.


3 to 4 Cups.Of fresh diced apples; it’s about 2 to 3 apples.

1 Tbsp.Of fresh lemon juice.

1 1 /4 Cups.Of all-purpose flour

1 Tsp.Of ground cinnamon.

1/4 Tsp.Of salt.

2 Tsp.Of baking powder.

A pinch.Of ground nutmeg.

A pinch.Of ground ginger.

1 Tbsp.Of granulated sugar.

2 large eggs at room temp.

1/3 Cup.Of milk.

1 Tbsp.Of melted butter cooled.

1 Tsp.Of vanilla extract.

Sunflower oil for frying


1 Cup.Of confectioner’s sugar.

1/2 Tsp.Of vanilla extract.

2-5 Tsp.Of milk or water.


Step 1:

Prepare a dish of diced apples and a splash of lemon juice. As a result, the apples won’t turn brown.

Step 2:

Scramble eggs in a big bowl. To the eggs, add the milk, vanilla, and melted (but cooled) butter. Use a fork to stir the mixture until it is uniform.

Step 3:

Add the dry ingredients (flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, salt, nutmeg, and powdered ginger) to a second medium-sized bowl and mix well.

Step 4:

Combine the dry and wet ingredients, mixing thoroughly until a soft dough forms. Blend with some apples.

Step 5:

Put approximately 3 to 4 cups of oil into a frying pan or saucepan, or enough oil so that it is covered by about 3 to 4 inches all the way around the pan.

Step 6:

Using a candy thermometer or quick-read thermometer, heat oil until it reaches 375 degrees Fahrenheit over medium heat.

Step 7:

Drop batter into oil by the 1/4 cup or 1/3 cup using a measuring cup. Fry up until the outside is crispy and golden. After approximately 4 minutes, flip and cook the opposite side till golden brown.

Step 8:

Put on a cooling rack lined with paper towels and transfer using a slotted spoon. All the batter should be used again.

Step 9:

For making the glaze; put the sugar, vanilla extract, and 2 tablespoons of milk into a small dish and mix well (or water). If the mixture is too thick, add additional milk 1 teaspoon at a time. After the fritters have cooled, drizzle them with the glaze.