Gluten Free Apple Fritter Bread

While I personally have quite the sweet tooth my husband, Todd, has more of a take it or leave it attitude when it comes to dessert. He is a savory guy for the most part and TBH I don’t really mind that he could care less about the sweet stuff because that just means more dessert for me. However, when it comes this Gluten Free Apple Fritter Bread all bets are off because we are BOTH obsessed! 

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A close up shot of a pound cake. A slice has been cut off so you can see the inside. The loaf cake is a vanilla base with swirls of cinnamon sugar and shredded apples throughout the loaf.

When I say obsessed I’m not kidding! Todd has literally been taking inventory of how much apple fritter bread is gone every morning before he leaves for work and then comparing how much is left when he comes home in the evenings. While I am glad that this dessert crazed behavior is not his norm it kind of, sort of feels like the ultimate compliment when he is grilling me about how many slices of Gluten Free Apple Fritter Bread the kids and I ate during the day.

A golden brown loaf cake is on a wooden cutting board in top of a dark tabletop. The loaf cake has white icing drizzled on top and its dripping down the sides. A woman is standing in the background, she is wearing a tan linen apron and a black thermal shirt. The shirt has a decorative cuff around teh sleeve. The woman is slicing a piece of the loaf cake with a knife.

This apple fritter bread is the perfect blend of sweet and savory. I knew if I was going to be eating slices of fritter bread with my coffee in the mornings I needed it to be a not-too-sweet treat. The vanilla scented bread itself has a nice crumb that is layered with pockets of cinnamon sugar laced Stemilt Granny Smith Apples, and a thin layer of sweet cider icing. A slice of this Gluten Free Apple Fritter Bread is just sweet enough to start the day off right but not so sweet that you’ll have a sugar crash later in the morning. 

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4 Comments

  1. Trish December 29, 2018 at 9:01 pm

    This looks fantastic and I can’t wait to try it 🙂 I’m wondering though what your gf all purpose flour blend is? Is it one you use or did you use a specific brand that contains xantham gum – I noticed there was none mentioned in the recipe.
    Thank you : ) and for sharing your recipes – it is much appreciated!!

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    1. thismess January 9, 2019 at 4:30 pm

      Hey Trish! I am so glad you are exited about this recipe. I always use King Arthur Gluten Free Measure for Measure Flour unless I decide to blend custom flours. The KAF flour does already contain xantham gum. I hope you love this recipe as much as we do!!

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  2. Trish February 25, 2019 at 5:50 pm

    I just wanted to tell you how delicious this Apple Fritter Bread is! The flavoring reminds me exactly of the apple fritters my dad used to get from a local bakery before I had to go Gluten Free. I had to wait a bit to get the King Arthur flour shipped to Canada from the US (since go figure we don’t have it here!) but it was well worth the wait!! Looking forward to trying many more of your recipes 🙂 Good thing I ordered a few bags….

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    1. thismess February 25, 2019 at 7:05 pm

      Yay Trish!! You just made my day! I am so glad that you love it and that it brings back good memories for you.

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