Norma’s Go at Big Apple Fritters

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It’s time for another facebook recipe test by Norma! This one for Big Apple  Fritters won a spot on the blog. 😃Apple Fritters by Norma | Culinary Craftiness

Norma she said, “I was really surprised how good they turned out and I will definitely be making them again.”  😃 Therefore, I can’t wait to see what Norma tries next! I know she’s eating low carb these days. I’ll give her a call and she if she has anything keto yummy to share with us. 😊

We loved this incredibly delicious Apple Bread recipe my sister-in-law Carol sent me. Oh em gee… warm and smeared with butter is a little bit of heaven in your mouth! Like these apple fritters, it’s not on any low carb diet, but if you decide to have a cheat day, give either recipe a try!

Big Apple Fritters

Firstly, fill your deep fryer or deep saucepan 1/3 full of shortening. Secondly, read the entire recipe instructions in the “more…” link before you turn on the heat. LOL

3 cups all-purpose flour
1½  cups sugar
3 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon salt
¾  teaspoon Apple Pie Spice
2  large eggs
1 cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 Tablespoons butter, softened
1½ cups peeled, chopped apples
Oil for frying
Confectioners sugar

Recipe source: http://americantimesfood.com/big-apple-fritters/

To sum it up, this recipe is a winner! If you make them, let us know how they turned out for you.  On the other hand, if you come up with a low-carb version, please share!

Happy eating!

P.S. I’m trying very hard not to make these recipe posts sound funky but writing with search engine optimization (SEO) in really hard. I use a plugin called Yoast that coaches me and it really gets ridiculous how many transition words I have to use. Therefore, you’ll see a lot of “in conclusion” “therefore” “so” “consequently” “firstly” “secondly” “to sum it up,” etc. 
Apple Fritters by Norma | Culinary Craftiness

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Melissa is a wife, mother, family cook, and romance novelist. The very first thing she learned in the kitchen was how to scramble eggs in an old cast iron skillet at the age of five. Her great-grandmother put her on a step-stool at the stove and thus began her passion for whipping up great tasting foods.

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