This post may contain affiliate links, please see our privacy policy for details.

Hey, Hey, HEY guys!!

Bourbon Glazed Peach Fritters | @hbharvest

Happy Friday!! I am beyond excited right now!

I made it through a pretty demanding week. It was fun, scary and awesome all at the same time. Like whoa! I am glad the week is over, but at the same time, sad to see it go…if that makes any sense at all.

First things first, I just want to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who left such incredibly nice comments on Wednesday’s post. Thank you all so much for your encouraging words and great personal stories. You’ve lifted my spirits and were able to make me completely forget all about the haters out there!

So, I’m glad that the majority of you enjoyed my Food Network Facebook live post, and all my behind the scenes snapchats throughout the week (username: hbharvest). I had a lot of fun shooting with them all week long and you can expect to see my new show, Tieghan’s Harvested Table, on the Food Network Snapchat Discover channel starting in August. I am SO excited about all the recipes and fun DIY projects we were able to create for you guys. I have a pretty good feeling that you guys will love all the videos! Or at least I hope and pray you will!! 🙂

Speaking of snapchat, I am going to try to poke my head in today and cook up another recipe. What do you guys want to see?

We went savory last week with a cheese board, so maybe this week something sweet? Maybe some KILLER bourbon glazed peach fritters??? Hmmm…….

Bourbon Glazed Peach Fritters | @hbharvestBourbon Glazed Peach Fritters | @hbharvestBourbon Glazed Peach Fritters | @hbharvest

Yep, maybe we should start chatting about these here fritters I made us.

Oh my gosh, they’re everything you could ever ask for from a fritter. Light and airy on the inside, but just slightly crisp on the outside. The peaches make them incredibly sweet, and add the most delicious flavor in all the land. Dare I say they are better than an apple fritter? No, no, not sure I can go that far, but they are without a doubt equally good, and just as amazing in their own unique way.

So here’s the deal, typically I’m not a fan of frying things, but in the case of things like doughnuts and fritters, I strongly feel they need to be fried. While I don’t love the task of frying, I do love the end result, and these fritters are no exception.

Honestly, they are fritter PERFECTION.

Bourbon Glazed Peach Fritters | @hbharvest

Do you want to know the best part? They can be ready, start to finish, in under thirty minutes. Totally serious right now.

Kind of perfect for a little summertime Friday afternoon treat, right?!?!

Plus, hello! There is the most epic bourbon and maple glaze situation happening all over these fritters, and seeing as it’s Friday and all, I feel as though this boozy combo really works. OK, and it’s also just freaking delicious…no matter what day it is! 🙂

Thinking we should totally be making it a peach fritter kind of Friday. What do you guys say?

Bourbon Glazed Peach Fritters | @hbharvestBourbon Glazed Peach Fritters | @hbharvestBourbon Glazed Peach Fritters | @hbharvest

Bourbon Glazed Peach Fritters.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings: 15 Servings
Calories Per Serving: 169 kcal

Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.

Save This Recipe To Your Recipe Box

You can now create an account on our site and save your favorite recipes and access them on any device! You can keep track of your favorite recipes and generate a shopping list for recipes in your collections.

Register & Save

Already Registered? Login Now


Bourbon Maple Glaze


  • Fill a medium heavy bottom pot with oil and heat to 350 degrees F.
  • In a mixing bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, salt and cinnamon. Add the eggs, butter and buttermilk and mix until just combined, being careful not to overmix the batter. Stir in the peaches and pecans.
  • Once the oil is hot, drop rounded tablespoons of batter into the oil. Fry on one side for 30 to 60 seconds or until golden brown, then flip the fritter and fry the other side for 30 to 60 seconds or until golden brown. Remove fritters from the oil with a spider or slotted spoon. Drain on a paper towel lined plate. Repeat with the remaining fritters.
  • To make the glaze, whisk together the maple syrup, powdered sugar, bourbon and vanilla. Drizzle the glaze over the warm fritters and EAT!
View Recipe Comments

Bourbon Glazed Peach Fritters | @hbharvest

Cool. Let’s do this. ?

Bourbon Glazed Peach Fritters | @hbharvest

You May Also Like

Add a Comment

Recipe Rating

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


  1. These were delicious! I didn’t feel like making the sauce this morning. I dipped them in some cinnamon sugar. Everyone loved them even cold.

  2. These fritters look incredibly delicious! Do the pecans get mixed into the batter with the peaches?

    1. HI Michelle! Yes, the pecans get mixed in with the peaches, fixed the recipe. Hope you love this! ?

  3. Honestly I thought you did great and people were just being rude and petty. I watch every one of your snapchats and especially love when you do the recipes, so I can’t wait to see you on the Food Channel discover. Keep killing it girl!

  4. These look great never thought of peach fritters!
    I’ve been away for so long.. congrats on the FN show I know it might sound dumb but the videos are going to be posted on snapchat?
    Oh and I really don’t understand people why all the hate…. you should really ignore you work so hard and everything is always amazing 🙂

    1. Yes, so the videos will be on Food Network’s snapchat and you can check them out there when they are posted! Thank you Beatriz, this is so sweet! (:

  5. I have been loving peaches and strawberries lately. This looks so delicious and I need to make it, maybe with some strawberries added in.

  6. Oh man you’ve given me some serious cravings! I’m a sucker for deep fried things, especially doughnuts and fritters, and that glaze looks so good!

    1. Well I hope you get a chance to try these and love them just as much as doughnuts! LOL! Thanks so much Hannah.

  7. I love reading your blog every day- you always have beautiful recipes that I never think sound gross or boring! Keep up the good work (especially if it involves peaches, I am a huge fan) 🙂


  8. These fritters look so delicious! Could you just throw some of them over here? 🙂 Ehm, and don’t forget the bourbon glaze! Stay strong, Tieghan! There will always be people who won’t like this or that, no matter what you do… but this doesn’t mean that them leaving negative or more like hate comments is OK. Because it’s not! People should know how to express their view on things in an intelligent way especially when disliking something! Good luck! 🙂

    1. Thanks so much Julia! This is so sweet and I hope you enjoy these if you get a chance to try them!! (:

  9. Yes! I just bought peaches yesterday and didn’t know what to do with them.

    Also, when I read that comment yesterday I immediately thought “umm hold on lady…we’re her friends and supporters. Most of us have been coming here daily for years. Of course she can vent to us!!”

    1. The blog is her “business”. If you want a career in media, you need a really thick skin. Going on the defensive about internet meanies is a bit immature IMO. I mean… it’s facebook. People have no filter there and it’s best to ignore it.

    2. Thanks so much Kristin, I love having you guys as friends and supporters, you are all just so awesome! Perfect timing with the peaches!! I hope you enjoy this!

  10. Keep it up Tieghan! There’s always going to be people who want to tell you what you’re doing wrong with your life because it’s easier than focusing on their own, and I think you’re doing an amazing job handling all the pressures. Congrats on finishing your big week and there fritters seem like the perfect way to celebrate!

  11. People seem to forget that you’re still very young and not media trained. You are also a self-made chef, blogger, photographer, food stylist etc. Maybe people should focus on that and empower you instead of tearing you down for things you can still learn.
    I love that your videos aren’t perfect, that’s part of your charm and it keeps you approachable. I am glad you let us see your life and allow us to go on this journey with you.

    As for the recipe it looks great. One question though. Can other fruit be used as well? I have a stonefruit allergy and sometimes I can’t even eat them after they’ve been heated.

  12. wow cool cool cool !!!

    would love these in a caprese salad, hmm totally going for it 😀
    mmmm and the bourbon maple glazee, dammmn girl !!

    super pretty as always + perfect summer food 😀