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Apple pancakes in air fryer

Apple pancakes in air fryer

Preparing apple fritters in an air fryer without using oil is simpler than you might imagine. Here is our recipe.

Impossible to resist pancakes : one leads to another and preparing them only at Carnival is a real shame. Of course, being fried, they are one of those desserts that you can't indulge in every day. This is why we prepared apple fritters in the air fryer without using oil.

This way you can enjoy all their goodness without feeling excessively guilty. However, you will have to follow our instructions carefully : the liquid batter risks running if you do not let it rest in the refrigerator. Furthermore, for this recipe, you will need to use non-perforated baking paper . Having said that, let's see how to proceed.

Apple pancakes in air fryer
Apple pancakes in air fryer

How to make apple fritters recipe in air fryer

  1. First, break the egg into a bowl and add the sugar. Beat with a kitchen whisk, slowly pouring in the milk.
  2. Flavor the batter with vanilla or grated lemon zest then, stirring constantly with a whisk, add the flour and yeast.
  3. Cover with cling film and leave to rest for an hour in the refrigerator.
  4. Just before cooking the pancakes, peel the apples, core them with the appropriate utensil and then cut them into slices half a centimeter thick.
  5. Line the fryer basket with a sheet of baking paper cut to size.
  6. Dip the slices one at a time and, as they are ready, place them in the basket.
  7. Cook at 180°C for 15 minutes , turning them halfway through cooking.
  8. Serve them after dusting them with icing sugar.
Infographic on how to make apple fritters in an air fryer

Alternatively you can prepare apple fritters in the oven : they are delicious and equally light!


Apple fritters are good freshly made so we recommend consuming them as soon as possible. If you have any leftovers, they can be kept out of the refrigerator for a couple of days.

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