Fireball Apple Pies will make the party go through candy! Make these pies of apples at your next party and see if they disappear!
If you are looking for other interesting Churros ideas, check out Robin Ruben and Corn Dog crossover. These recipes must be popular at any party.
Cooking With Fireball
People are crazy about fireballs – for better or worse. I prefer cooking with fireballs over drinking, but that’s me. For me, it adds cinnamon flavor to your food without having to spend a lot of money on the bottle.
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How To Make Fireball Apple Fritters
I put this chorus on the skin knowing that all the nutrients are added … but if you want to peel, that’s fine too.
First cut your apples into slices of about 1/4 inch thick (we use mandolin, but you can also use a sharp knife), then cut the core with a knife or cutter like this …
Apple slices dipped in Fireball Spiked beer paste … Yes, we have very tempting dough here, beer and Fireball …
Then, when you’re ready for the oil, you can start to immerse the oil. We used a small bowl so we don’t have to heat a lot of oil, so we fry about 3 at a time. However, if you want to heat a large pot, you can do more for each batch as long as you put the apple slices in the oil and don’t touch them.
Look at the crunchy and crunchy fried dough sticks …
When you’re done, dry it on a paper towel for a few minutes, then put it in cinnamon sugar as it heats up. The Fire Ball Apple Crossover is amazing, where you can eat it alone or put a tablespoon of vanilla ice cream. You are calling. Just make sure you have enough space to go!
Fireball Apple Pies will make the party go through candy! Make these apple pies at your next party and see if they disappear!
- 4 large apples sliced into 1/4” thick rounds
- 1 cup light beer
- 1/2 cup sugar mixed with 1 tablespoon cinnamon
- 1 cup white whole wheat flour (can sub regular flour)
- canola oil for frying
- 3 ounces Fireball Whisky
- Start by heating the oil-filled boiler to 350 degrees over medium heat.
- Add flour, beer, and fireballs to the bowl and stir well to leave the dough. When you cut the apples, let the mixture sit.
- Cut apples in 1/4 inch thick rounds and cut the kernel with a knife.
- After the oil heats up, immerse the apple slices in the mixture to cover completely, let the excess water drip, and then carefully soak in the oil. Fry in the pan as much as possible without touching the crossover.
- More …
- Serving Size: 2 pieces
- Calories: 144
- Sodium: 15.3mg
- Fat: 3.4g
- Carbohydrates: 17.4g
- Fiber: 2.2g
- Protein: 2.8g
- Cholesterol: 0mg