This Farmhouse Apple Fritter Bread with Cider Glaze was inspired by a trip to the apple orchard. A buttery, fluffy white cake loaf filled with apple chunks, and layered with a brown sugar and cinnamon streusel. It’s perfect for breakfast, brunch, or a snack with your coffee.
I love apple season. There are so many delicious varieties of apples. Honeycrisp are my all-time favorite, but I love trying different varieties, too.
Last year, we went to a local apple orchard, and picked several varieties that were new to me. We came home with a ton of apples, which got me busy thinking of ways to use them. Farmhouse Apple Fritter Bread with Cider Glaze was the tasty result!
Apple Fritter Donuts
My dad always enjoyed his donuts. In his last few months, when I was doing a lot of his grocery shopping for him, his list always included donuts. Sometimes it just said “donuts”, and sometimes it contained a bit more detail.
I’ve saved a few of his handwritten grocery lists, because they made me laugh. One time he wrote:
-Donuts. A bunch. 😂
Another time he wrote:
–Donuts. No cream inside. Got it, Dad.
And yet another time:
–Donuts. The good kind. 😂
When I asked for clarification about what “the good kind” meant, he said, “I like apple fritters”. Okay, apple fritters it is.
On future lists, he then often wrote:
–Donuts–Apple Fritters. ❤️ 🥰
This past weekend, when I finally got around to turning this idea into a recipe, I was thinking about my dad’s funny notes, and laughing to myself again. ❤️
How to Make Farmhouse Apple Fritter Bread with Cider Glaze The Apple Fillng
You need two large apples, of any variety. I used Gala because they were on sale, but any variety would be great in here.