This apple fritter bread tastes like fall. With its warm cinnamon sugar topping, decadent caramel glaze, and the apple bits running through the center of each slice, this is the sort of bread you eat while wearing big sweaters and sipping hot cider. Who needs pumpkin spice when you can have caramel apple?
Now, to the recipe:
The batter is super easy to make. Start by whipping the butter and sugars, then add in the vanilla and eggs. Next, the dry ingredients, and finish it off with the milk to make everything nice and smooth.
Next, mix the brown sugar and cinnamon together to get the topping.
Also, at some point, you should peel and chop the apples. I chopped mine pretty small.
Now, you’re going to eyeball about half the batter and spread it into your greased loaf pan. Top that with half the apples and half the cinnamon sugar topping. It’ll look like this:
We’re not done yet! The second half of the batter needs to be spread on top, then topped with apples and cinnamon sugar. Now you’re ready to bake that baby for 50 minutes at 350° and enjoy the amazing apple aroma that pervades your home.
While the bread is baking, go ahead and microwave the butter for the glaze until it’s completely melted. Mix in the brown sugar and milk, then put your caramel in the fridge to wait for the bread. Alternately, you can use 1/4 cup powdered sugar and 1 tsp milk to make a powdered sugar drizzle. That’s what we did with this loaf, and it was pretty good:
Once your loaf comes out, drizzle it with the glaze of your choice and enjoy a warm, delicious slice of apple fritter bread!
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