Maple Glazed Apple Bacon Fritters

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  • Approximate Yield: 20 – 3 oz. fritters
  • Donuts
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BakeMark Products Used

Westco master mix yrd mix (#09866 1/50 lb)
Westco maple dipping icing (#11922 1/25 lb)
Bakesense instant yeast red (#50712 1/20 lb)
Westco gourmet apple pastry filling (#08162 1/38 lb)
Westco super speedee glaze (#09401 1/50 lb)
Westco maplette flavor (#12327 1/gal)
Bakesense palm fry shortening (#17231 1/50 lb)

Alternate Products Used

Westco new horizon yrd mix (#50445 1/50 lb)
Westco apple turnover filling (#51267 1/38 lb)
Bakemark imitation maple flavor (#17666 1/gal)
Bakesense IE donut fry shortening (#17240 1/50 lb)

Directions

SCALE AND MIX

Scale 3 ½ LB scrap dough from left-over Westco Master Mix Yeast Raised Donut Mix prepared according to the directions on the bag. Chop in 6 oz. cooked bacon, 2 oz. flour, and 6 oz. Westco Gourmet Apple Pastry Filling.

Make maple flavored glaze by mixing 1 oz. Westco Maplette Flavor per 10 LB of Westco Super Speedee Glaze.

PROOF AND FRY

Puffy Fritters - Form fritters. Proof for 35 to 45 minutes. Melt BakeSense Palm Fry Shortening. Fry at 375°F for 75 seconds per side.
Crispy Fritters - Retard dough overnight in the cooler. Leave the scraps loose rather than building them into one piece during storage. Proof in a medium dry proof box between 90°F and 100°F. Fry at 375°F for 75 seconds per side in BakeSense Palm Fry Shortening.

FINISH

Let the fritters drain for 45 second after frying. Glaze the donuts with maple flavored glaze (see above).

After the fritters have cooled down completely, drizzle them with Westco Maple Dipping icing.

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