Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Rylie's Apple Fritters

My daughter learned how  to make this Apple Fritters from watching Giada at Home cooking show on TV..  I love it so she makes this once in a while when she cooks breakfast for us.  I asked her to write  the recipe and she willingly obliged.  I will copy it as she wrote it on her recipe card.


  • 2 Apple 
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup of milk
  • 2 eggs 
  1. Mix  the dry ingredients in a bowl ( sugar, cinnamon, sugar, and flour).  Mix Well.
  2. In a separate bowl, combine  the  milk and eggs.  ix Well
  3. Chop apples into thin slices
  4. Gradually add the dry ingredients to the milk and egg mixture while continuously stirring.
  5. Add the apple slices, make sure that they don't stick together.  Make sure that they are well coated with the mixture.
  6. Fry them in a medium high heat pan for  1 minute.
  7. Line them up in  plate with paper towel to  remove the excess oil.
  8. Dust them with powdered sugar.
  9. Enjoy!
Tip:  You may need to add  just half of the apples and add the other half when you are done frying the other half.

I have never tried making  this yet but typing it here  makes me want  to try it now  while I still have an apple left in my kitchen.  Me and her  are the only ones who eats it.  My son likes  fresh apples and my husband  is not too crazy about it, me on the other hand loves it!

Please remember that the recipe above  was written by an 8 year old.  She wrote  it as she prepares it.  She also wrote the recipe of her Dad's favorite dessert, the Crepes.  I will  post  it separately next time.

6 delicious comments:

Diane said...

Will try that they sound yummy. Diane

Mel Cole said...

Wow! That's awesome of her to make those tasty treats! Pahenge :D

kimmy said...

waahhh! i don't know how to prepare apple fritters. thanks for posting this instruction. i'll try to follow it one of these days..

Rye Yhanne said...

Wow galing naman ni Rylie, I should try this too minsan kasi nasisira lang apple sa fridge namin, though I am not fan of cinnamon.

Dhemz said...

awesome Rye...we're so proud of you young could be the next master chief!

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

I'm sure those apple fritters are very special

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