Make sure you try these Air Fryer Apple Ring Doughnuts this autumn! Although they are easy to prepare, these apple ring doughnuts are a delicious treat for everyone. Apple rings are air-fried, covered in cinnamon sugar, then dipped in vegan batter. These tasty and crispy plant-based fritters are great for a snack or dessert.

The most wonderful time of year has here; in addition to the vibrant and happy holidays of Navratri, Diwali, and Halloween, autumn also heralds bountiful crops such as apples, pumpkins, and cauliflower that are available for purchase.

These “Air Fryer Apple Ring Doughnuts” ingredients were inspired by the way the light is shifting in colour and the cosiness that follows.



Two apples
100 grammes of flour that self-raises
One spoonful of sugar
50 ml plant-based milk
A 40–50 ml sparkling water bottle
One teaspoon of powdered cinnamon
one-third cup sugar
Four tablespoons of oil


  • Combine 1 TBSP sugar and flour in a bowl, mixing thoroughly.
  • One tablespoon sugar and 100 grammes of self-raising flour
  • Mix the cinnamon powder and sugar in a separate bowl.
  • 1/3 cup sugar and 1 tsp powdered cinnamon
  • After cleaning and drying the apples, use an apple corer to extract the core and a sharp knife to peel them.
  • Don’t cut the apples too thin or too thick.
    Two apples
  • After beating in the milk and flour combination, gradually stir in the sparkling water; you may not need to use all of it.
  • 40–50 ml sparkling water and 50 ml milk
    Avoid Prepare the thin batter.
  • Make sure the apple rings are thoroughly covered after dipping them in the batter.
  • Wrap round parchment paper around the air fryer.
  • Give the paper a generous coating of oil, and then carefully place one coated apple ring at a time.
    Four tablespoons of oil
  • Dredge the apple rings in oil using a pastry brush.
    For 10 to 12 minutes, air fried at 370 degrees Fahrenheit (190 degrees Celsius), rotating halfway through. Reapply oil if needed.
  • When finished, take them out and immediately roll them in the cinnamon sugar.

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