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My Very Veggie Fritters Recipe

Before I became sugar free I was the baking queen.
There were always pikelets or brownies or muffins or something sweet cooking in my oven.
When I stopped eating sugar, I stuffed around with a lot of dextrose and stevia and all those other sugar substitutes. But you know what? I don’t want to eat sweet food anymore so I don’t make them. If I do, it’s usually only out of guilt of depriving the kids of their Tiny Teddy’s.
So I’m in the kitchen still (a lot) but you won’t find my benchtops covered in choc bits.
Here is a recipe I developed for the Thermomix. This one made recipe of the day last week on the Thermomix Recipe Community (yeah such a show off I know!) you can find it here.
For those of you who don’t have a Thermomix here is the recipe:
Very Veggie Fritters

1 Large peeled carrot 

1 Large peeled onion 
1 Cup uncooked peeled Pumpkin 
1 Large zucchini 
1 Large Free Range Egg 
1 Cup Plain Flour (Or Gluten Free Plain Flour) 
salt to taste 

Grate all vegetables either by hand with a grater or using a food processor. Add egg and flour and combine well, add salt to taste.

Heat Olive Oil and butter in a frypan. Gather mixture with your hands to make little patties. Cook on both sides until golden brown.

Serve with a little cream cheese, topped with grated cheddar cheese.
Makes a great party food. Top them with cream cheese and smoked salmon.

14 thoughts on “My Very Veggie Fritters Recipe”

  1. It’s great that there are Thermomix recipes all over the internet and even books that can be bought. That’s one of the first things I did before buying a Thermomix, I checked out some of the things you can make with the machine and I wasn’t disappointed.

  2. I'm sitting on the computer going "I'm so hungry, what can i have for lunch?!!" Jump onto your blog and find this baby! This was SO easy to whip up in the thermo and so yummy! Miss 11months loved it too! xx

  3. I just made these for the first time. They are so crispy and healthy! I used rice flour as I don’t know what is the best gluten free flour for this kind of thing! Seemed to work OK!!

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