Fluffy, soft, moist and loaded with fresh peaches...Peach Fritters!
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These Peach Fritters come together quickly and fry up in about 3 minutes to a beautiful puffy golden brown. The batter doesn't have any sugar in it so rolling it in granulated sugar or topping them with a glaze as I did, is what makes it sweet. If you would prefer the batter to be a little sweet as I did, add 2 TBLS of sugar to the batter. I added about 1/2 of a teaspoon of cinnamon to the batter just because cinnamon goes so well with peaches. I made the glaze by measuring out 1 cup of confectioners sugar and adding just enough milk to be able to drizzle over the fritters. You could use lemon or orange juice instead of milk to flavor the glaze with as well. If you really wanted to get fancy you could top them with crushed pecans after they're glazed! Wouldn't that be nice!
I measured the batter out with 1/4 cup measuring cup and they were the perfect size for us. Using that measuring cup, I got 10 fritters from the batter. The inside of the fritter is loaded with peaches! Apples or pineapple would also do well in this batter. The texture of the fritter is very soft , fluffy and moist. We enjoyed this little treat a lot and hope you do too! Enjoy!
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1 cup flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 TBLs sugar ( my addition)
1/2 tsp cinnamon ( my addition)
1/3 cup milk
1 tablespoon melted butter or vegetable oil ( I used butter)
1-1/4 cups diced peaches ( I used 2 fresh peaches which came to a little over 1 1/4 cups of peaches)
granulated sugar in flat-sided bowl or a powdered sugar glaze
oil for fryer or deep frying pan
Powdered Sugar Glaze
1 cup of confectioners sugar
milk, enough to make a drizzling consistency.
With a wire whip, combine flour, salt, sugar, cinnamon and baking powder. Whisk in eggs, milk and butter. Fold in peaches.
Heat oil in fryer or pan to 375 degrees F. With long handled ladle, ladle about 1/4 -1/2 cup batter into hot oil. The batter will sink at first and then rise. Cook for about 2 - 3 minutes, depending on size of fritters. Remove fritters from oil with long-handled tongs. Quickly drain on paper towels or newspaper. Then place fritter in bowl of sugar. Coat with sugar on both sides, or glaze tops of fritters.