Apple Cider Fritters
These tender, sweet fritters deliver full-on fall flavor, and couldn't be easier to make. Just be sure you're starting with clean, fresh oil for frying so that the fritters don't pick up any stale flavors, and use a candy thermometer to closely monitor your oil temperature. Going lower than 360 degrees will leave you with greasy fritters, but go over 370 degrees, and you run the risk of over-browning or burning. Finish the fritters off with a sweet creamy glaze and serve with coffee for a delightful autumn treat.