A fritter is defined as a pastry or cake, either savory or sweet, that is often coated in batter and then fried in oil. They are found in the cuisines of many different cultures, and all we know is that they are tasty, crispy goodness.

  1. Corn Cake Fritters by Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen

From the website: “These irresistible Corn Cake Fritters are a cross between a pancake and a fritter. Fresh corn kernels are encapsulated in a slightly sweet batter that’s pan-fried in batches until golden and the edges are crisp. Serve with a drizzle of honey or maple syrup at any meal for a bonafide Southern treat.”

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  1. Sweet Potato Fritters by Create Bake Make

From the website: “As Sweet Potatoes are a great source of dietary fibre, niacin, folate, magnesium and calcium and have a low GI (which means they help you feel fuller for longer) these tasty Sweet Potato Fritters the perfect filling meal or snack (and lunchbox filler!) for the entire family to enjoy any time of the day. We simply serve them with some extra vegetables, salad or even roast chicken/lamb to help turn them into a yummy lunch or dinner and my kids also like to eat them warm with some tomato sauce for their breakfast.”

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  1. Cauliflower Fritters by Sunkissed Kitchen

From the website: “Crispy brown, lightly fried low carb cauliflower fritters make a great breakfast! This easy method produces fritters that crisp up perfectly. Flourless and keto cauliflower patties.”

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  1. Paneer Stuffed Bread Fritters by Archana’s Kitchen

From the website: “Paneer Stuffed Bread Fritters Recipe is a delicious party appetiser and tea time snack. Super crisp, deep fried fritters stuffed with paneer bhurji, they’re perfect for entertaining a crowd over a cup of chai or to kick off a party. Easy to throw together and they taste best when eaten freshly made, serve these Paneer Stuffed Bread Fritters with Pudina Chutney as an appetiser or with Ginger Cardamom Chai to perk up your tea time.”

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  1. Mashed Potato Fritters with Smoked Salmon and Chives by PureWow

From the website: “Try reheating leftover mashed potatoes, and the results are a little meh. But when you mix them up with cheese, shape them into patties and fry them into mashed potato fritters, the results are crispy and glorious. Top them with smoked salmon and chives, and you’ve got a breakfast of champions.”

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  1. Quick & Delicious Banana Fritters by Springtime Cottage

From the website: “Ripe bananas are versatile and delicious fruits. They make sumptuous desserts both hot and cold. With that said, Springtime Cottage offers you yet another awesome way to make good use of your bananas! We proudly present the quick delicious banana fritters!”

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  1. Glazed Apple Fritters by The Kitchn

From the website: “There is no denying the light pillow-soft texture of a deep-fried donut — especially one that’s stuffed with fresh fall apples. Yes, they are deep fried. I decided to go against the current food blogging trend of baking donuts. I understand how, even aside from the calories, the thought of deep-frying is sort of scary for some of you. I get it — boiling oil equals hot, painful burns. Yep, been there (don’t be like me and multi-task deep-frying with social media!).”

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  1. My Gran’s Pumpkin Fritters | Pampoen koekies by Simply Delicious

From the website: “Light and fluffy pumpkin fritters (pampoen koekies) with caramel sauce. This recipe handed down to me by my gran is nostalgia on a plate and will become a family favorite in no time.”

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  1. Easy Sweet Fried Honey Fritters by Small Town Woman

From the website: “These Easy Sweet Fried Honey Fritters are a treat at our house.  The dough is quick to mix up, fried to a light golden brown and drizzled with honey.”

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  1. Onion Fritters by Life Currents

From the website: “Onion Fritters – All the taste of an onion ring in a simple to make little fritter (pancake). These are great as a side dish or as a fancy appetizer!”

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