I work quickly, so I like to get my oil in the pan and then start the fritters. Then when the batter is done, the oil is hot. So, pour the oil into your saucepan and heat over medium heat. Place a cooling rack over a sheet pan.
In a small bowl, combine all the dry ingredients. In a medium-sized bowl, combine the dry ingredients. Make your glaze and set it aside. You can add more powdered sugar or milk, depending on how thick or thin you like you glaze.
Next, chop your apples. Combine the wet and dry ingredients and mix only until they just come together. Don't over mix or they will be tough. Last in is the apples. Again, only mixing to combine.
If the oil is hot, about 375 degrees, scoop in the batter. Mine were about ⅓ cup. Don't overcrowd the pan too. This will cool down your oil too much. Once it is golden, carefully flip it over and cook on the other side.
Once both sides are a deep golden brown, remove and place them on the cooling rack. do a test run first to make sure the fritters are cooked all the way through.
Continue to cook until they are all fried. Next, Dip or brush with the glaze to cover.
That is it! They are done and ready to go. You are going to love these!