You guys I was in apple fritter heaven with this delicious creation! We had recently been to St Jacob’s market , my favorite market which is about an hour from me, and the food vendors there are amazing.. One can not visit the market without waiting in line for the famous apple fritters, if you make it home without eating them all then I commend you! These apple fritters are simply put….AMAZING! Fast forward a few days and to a few apples sitting on my counter and I had that “OMG why have I not made a apple fritter loaf before” moment.. so here it is and this my friends is hands down DELICIOUS!! Make sure there are people around to share this one with πŸ˜‰ Makes 10 nice size servings at 4 freestyle smart points each.

Apple fritter loaf

4-5PP, 4SP blue & purple, 5SP green
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 50 mins
Total Time 1 hr 5 mins
Course Baking
Servings 10


  • 1/4 cup + 3 Tbsp brown sugar packed
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 apples peeled and diced (any apples are fine, I used granny smith)
  • 1/3 cup unsweetened apple sauce
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 1/3 cup flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1/3 cup milk I used 1%
  • 2 Tbsp icing sugar confectionery sugar
  • 1/2 Tbsp milk


  • Preheat oven to 375F and spray a regular size loaf pan with some non stick spray.
  • In a small bowl mix your 3 Tbsp of brown sugar and 1 tsp of cinnamon together and set aside.
  • Peel and dice your apples into small pieces, mix in a bowl with your remaining 1 tsp of cinnamon.
  • In a medium bowl whisk your eggs and mix in your 1/4 cup brown sugar. Stir in apple sauce, vanilla and milk. Mix well.
  • Fold in your flour, baking soda and powder.
  • Pour half of your batter into your loaf pan, top with 1/2 of your diced apple mixture and lightly press into batter, sprinkle half of your brown sugar mixture on. Top with remaining batter, apples and sugar mixture..
  • Bake in oven for 50 minutes and make sure loaf is baked through.
  • Let cool for at least 45 minutes before removing from pan.
  • For glaze mix your icing sugar and 1/2 Tbsp of milk together and drizzle with a spoon over top of loaf (optional to add the glaze but adds a nice sweetness) I don't think points will change if you don't use the glaze.. Cut into 10 slices.
  • Store in sealed container,move to fridge after day 1. Makes 10 slices at 4-5 personal points per slice depending on your 0PP foods, 4 smart points on blue & purple and 5SP on green per slice (3 points plus)
  • Nutritonal info (not incl apples because on WW we don't add points for fruit) Calories 128...Fat 1.3g...Sat fat 0.4g... Carbs 25.3g... Fiber 0.5g... Sugars 13.4g...Protein 3.2g








  1. Omg….I’m so excited to try this recipe!! Apple fritters are my weakness!! Will be making tomorrow ????

      • Drizzle Reply

        I’m not experienced with baking with almond flour and I know it bakes differently all I can suggest is to try it

  2. Michele Priest Reply

    This is by far one of the best loaf/bread recipes I’ve made! Moist and delicious! I can’t wait to make another one!

  3. this is sooooo good! I made it using pears instead of apples (allergies for some of the family) and mashed up pears canned in water to replace the apple sauce. Worked like a charm πŸ™‚

    • Drizzle Reply

      So glad you enjoyed it, I love the pear addition, I will have to try that πŸ™‚

    • Oh man, great idea! I love both so I cannot wait to try both versions!

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  6. OMG… this was so good, the whole family loved it! Thank you for a great recipe, can’t wait to try more!

      • Love the look of your recipes but am unable to download them from my IPad. Hit download on Safari but am unable to see what I am printing. The first time, just the picture of the loaf downloaded but not the recipe. Any suggestions.

        • Drizzle Reply

          Hi Merryl, unfortunately I don’t think you can download from a iPad nor can you print, you’d need to be on a desktop

          • You can download from a iPad I do it all the time…touch the 3 dots in top right hand side and touch open in safari then you can see the recipe…hope that helps.

        • You can print from the iPad Pro. Look for box with an arrow sticking out in the upper right hand corner. Then select print on the bottom of the box that appears. You need a Bluetooth printer synced to the iPad. Hope this helps

        • Merry, if you download the app Copy Me That on your I pad you can just click on the app and it will copy any receipe you find on any web site. Enjoy!

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  9. Made this loaf for after Sunday dinner. It has a nice light sweetness and is so pretty, too.

  10. On number 10, what does the (3 points plus) mean? I visit your site daily–just love it!! Thank you!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Kate, PP is point plus, and older weight watcher program, it is the one I followed in 2014 when I lost the bulk of my weight, many still follow it so I include those points as well

  11. Mine is in the oven right now and I cn hardly wait! It was fun just making it and nibbling on apples as I prepared the loaf!

  12. Is a regular sized loaf pan the 8×4 inch or the 9×5 inch? (Those aren’t the exact measurements, but the 8 and 9 inch are right, I think!)– I just know that there is a slightly smaller and a slightly larger one πŸ™‚

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Christine, I use a standard 9×5 loaf pan πŸ™‚

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  14. Made a few adjustments – truvia brown sugar and almond milk. Made into 12 muffins at 2 points per muffin! Amazing!

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  16. Lilia Casias Reply

    Yummy πŸ˜‹! I made these into 12 muffins minus the glaze. So good! Love your recipes!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Good idea making them into muffins πŸ™‚ so glad you are enjoying the recipes!

  17. Can you use self rising flour in the apple fritter loaf in place of the reg flour, baking powder and baking soda, and Splenda brown sugar in place of regular?
    Apple fritters are my downfall….


    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Paula.. yes I don’t see why not, I’d still add in a bit of baking powder/soda as I don’t feel there is enough in the self raising, just my preference (actually I don’t think it even has BS just powder)
      yes to the splenda, I never use it but I don’t see it causing any issues..
      Hope you enjoy it πŸ™‚

      • Thanks. I have GOT to try this….like SOON!!! Maybe tomorrow I’ll make some….I’ll let you know how it turns out. I might just use reg flour/soda/pwdr….just that I have some self rising flour as well LOL

  18. Okay, one more question. I’m thinking these could also be made in muffin tins, and depending on how many are made, it could lower the points. I usually make my 2 ingredient cakes into 24 muffins…each is approx 1/2 FS point, so I can have 2 for 1 pt (psychological thinking I’m getting more lol). My question is would you bake it for the same amount of time?

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Paula, no muffins would take less time, typically muffins take about 16-20 minutes so I would check them around that time and then just go from there

  19. Just made this, it’s out of the oven and cooling! So so yummy looking, can’t wair to try it!! Thanks for so many great recipes.

  20. Rachel Burns Reply

    I made this and I ended up having way too little batter for the pan size and bake time. Tasty, but super overbaked. Now I know for next time!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Rachel, I am sorry to hear that, I always bake my loaves in a standard 9×5 pan and it was fine for me

      • Jack Reacher Reply

        Hey Drizzle,

        Thanks for the recipe, but I also had the same issue as Rachel Burns. Not enough batter and 45 minutes was too much as it was very overbaked. We used the same pan as you and followed the instructions to a T.

        The apples came out really nice but the rest of it was dry and spongy.

        • Drizzle Reply

          Hi Jack, sorry to hear is so hard to know what went wrong without being there.. I had no issues with the loaf baking well

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  22. Currently baking in the oven! 🀀🀀 smells amazing! When I put into my calculator on WW it came out as 5 pts for Blue. Either way I’m eating it, just thought I’d let you know. Thanks for the recipe! I will certainly try it in mini muffin forms next!! ❀️

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Meagan, I hope you enjoy it, please know I build all my recipes on my own WW app based on the ingredients I used, if you build it on your app and got another point value then it is likely due to a different brand of an ingredient, also if using the nutritional numbers those included all ingredients even zero point foods and you will get a different point value

  23. Kate, thank you SO MUCH for this recipe. I was looking for an apple fritter loaf that wasn’t super sweet! Your recipe is WONDERFUL! It came out perfectly dividing the batter in half and layering the apple mixture as you describe. I added about 2 Tblsp. of sugar and 1 Tblsp of oil to the batter, but I’ll try without that next time! This looks so pretty when done, just like your photos! Thanks again for this recipe. I will be looking at your blog for more recipes! Hugs, Laura

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Laura, Yay!! I am so glad you enjoyed the loaf, it is definitely one of my favorite recipes, especially this time of year πŸ™‚

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