These sweetcorn fritters are a lovely allergy friendly and versatile recipe, that can be served for breakfast or as an easy lunch.


Ingredients

  • 1 Can Creamed Corn
  • 1/4 cup Gluten Free Plain Flour
  • 1/2 tsp Gluten Free Baking Powder
  • 1/4 cup Frozen Peas and Corn
  • 1 tsp Gluten Free Chicken Stock Powder
  • Oil for Frying

Method

  1. Combine all of the first 5 ingredients in a mixing bowl with a wooden spoon stir until it is well combined
  2. In a large frying pan heat your oil ready for shallow frying your fritters
  3. Place small amounts of mixture into your frying pan and gently flatten, once lightly brown on first side turn and cook on other, once cooked remove from pan and drain on some paper towel before serving.
  4. These fritters are great served with cream cheese spread on them or with sour cream and sweet chilli sauce drizzled over them.

Notes... You can easily modify this recipe, I have made it with finely chopped cooked chicken, baby spinach, finely diced spring onion, capsicum and grated cheese. You can also make little mini fritters and top with cream cheese and smoked salmon as canapés.

  • I see recipes with creamed corn often but I don’t think I have actually used it.

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  • Dont these look good thanks

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  • I haven’t thought of creamed corn for ages!!!

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  • A great gluten free recipe i can add to my mix

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  • My toddler loves these! Thanks for the recipe.

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  • Another fave meal now with gluten free option, lovin it!!

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  • Great GF recipe that also could be non GF for those days my oldest is not here. Love the adding of the peas and that anything can be put into it. Great for a snack or lazy dinner.


    • My daughter takes them in her lunchbox to school, they are the favourite again at the moment.

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  • perfect, I am so intolerant that my son thinks I am dying LOL – thanks for the great recipe

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  • Some gluten free stuff is nice!

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  • I love that these are egg free

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  • These look yum. Great veggie hider for the kids. And can be a side dish or a snack or a lunch

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  • thanks for this recipe, I need to eat GF so appreciate the post x

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  • I wonder if my daughter would eat these…minus the peas

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  • Looks very yummy and a great snack.

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  • Thanx so much, I lost my original recipe but now gained a better one that is gluten free. Thanx so much for sharing!!

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