Apple-Fritter Bread

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Is anything as great as a recipe for Awesome Country Fresh Apple Fritter Bread? Fritters come in a whole range of flavors, sizes, wrappings, and fillings. This recipe offers a twist on the individual fritter and instead makes a big cake out of the whole thing that serves up as large as its flavor. This is a fun desserts recipe you will love to try out soon. This cake will be one of those fun desserts that you make when you feel like something a little bit different than you usually make. Making simple apple desserts like this one are also a great way to use up a surplus of apples that you may have in your pantry or fridge waiting to be used. Dessert recipes are great projects to work on when you have a day off of work and nothing else that you need to get done. Baking fun desserts can be quite therapeutic as well, providing you with a creative outlet that you can enjoy and as a bonus you have something tasty to nibble on and share with others as well.

Apples are a great food to cook with, whether you are baking something savory or sweet. They work well served with meats like pork chops when you prepare them as a sauce like apple sauce or work with something sweet, as this fritter. Here, an entire cake is made and filled chock full of lovely chunks of apple. You also mix the apple chunks with a blend of cinnamon and sugar before you fold them in to the cake mix. Consider not peeling the apples even though the recipe does call for them to be peeled. Peels, on apples, and potatoes and other fruits and veggies, are often where loads of the vitamins and minerals are found as well as providing huge fiber. Apples are a wonder food with respect to the nutrition they offer, even beyond their fiber benefit. Apples slow the absorption of sugar and help to regular blood sugar levels. As such, they may have a beneficial effect for people who are candidates for issues such as diabetes. It is always best to eat fruit whole, with the skin, because of the many benefits they provide, and that are lost when peeled. Just be sure to always wash the fruit first.

This is a lovely cake recipe that offers big flavor. Put it out in the morning for the kids to grab as they race out the door or have it as a dessert treat after dinner. It is an easy sell and you will know they are getting a home made blend of goodness from your own kitchen. Every one loves simple apple desserts, so double the recipe and freeze one half for later. Thank you so much to Kim from The Baking Chocolatess food blog for this awesome country fresh apple fritter bread recipe that we can all try out at home. Kim also features other great recipes on her food blog like dessert recipes of every kind including cakes, pies, squares, brownies, blondies, pudding recipes, frosting recipes, cupcake recipes, as well as french toast and pancake recipes, and even some gluten free recipes. She also has some great seasonal recipes that she shares like Christmas recipes, Thanksgiving recipes, Easter recipes, and more. It is really worth checking out her fantastic blog and bookmarking a few of the yummy recipes to try out for yourself. Kim likes to live a healthy lifestyle that includes these treats in moderation. She started baking when she was a little girl and her mom let her bake to her heart's content in their kitchen as she grew up. Kim loves to share her love of cooking and baking with the world now through her website.*

Nutrition Facts for: Awesome Country Fresh Apple Fritter Bread from The Baking Chocolatess
Ingredients: Brown sugar, cinnamon, withe sugar, butter, eggs, vanilla extract, all-purpose flour, baking powder, milk apple.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings * Per Serving:Calories 355, Calories from Fat 120, Total Fat 13.3g 20%, Saturated Fat 7.9g 40%, Cholesterol 73mg 24%, Sodium 110mg 5%, Potassium 225mg 6%, Carbohydrates 56.3g 19%, Dietary Fiber 2.1g 8%, Sugars 35.7g, Protein 4.7g, Vitamin A 8%, Vitamin C 6%, Calcium 9%, Iron 9%

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