Apples are the perfect fall fruit, so put them to use by making this sweet dessert! You can even add a scoop of ice cream or some whipped cream if you wish.
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Reap the bounties of fall with this scrumptious Apple Fritter Waffles with Maple Glaze recipe, adapted from cookbook author Jess Thomson, who co-wrote Top Pot Hand-Forged Doughnuts: Secrets and Recipes for the Home Baker. "Imagine the allure of a hot apple fritter — heady cinnamon, sweet glaze, and yeasty dough with just the right amount of chew. Here they are in waffle form, slathered with a maple syrup glaze that lets waffles and donuts meet in the middle without the mess of frying," Thomson says. To streamline your morning, make the batter and the apple compote the night before you plan to serve the waffles.
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In medium bowl mix yeast and water together. Add the butter and eggs. Mix well. Add the flour, sugar and salt. Mix well. Add the milk a little at a time until mixture resembles a thick batter. Cover and allow the dough to rest for 1-1/2 hours. Fold ...
These are great! Best served right away so that they are still very warm. I like to use a tart apple to add a bit of flavor. They are wonderful served with maple syrup for dipping, or lightly dusted with powdered sugar, or cinnamon and sugar.
A comforting dessert recipe from the cookbook, German Cooking. Try slicing your apples as evenly as possible so that each fritter is cooked to the same level of doneness. Although this may not be a healthy dessert, it sure is yummy!