Who doesn’t love a good fritter? I grew up on sweet corn fritters made with a can of creamed corn, flour and egg. As kids we loved them. These grain-free zucchini and sweet potato fritters are a step above the corn fritters of yesteryear.
As an adult who likes to eat as healthy as possible the creamed corn is out and so is the flour. Luckily there are some many ways to make delicious fritters with ingredients that won’t send your health packing.
I developed these fritters to have something that was healthy but appetising for Peter while he is undergoing chemotherapy and they are loved by all of the family.
For those that have been through chemo, they will know that it is important to eat to keep up your strength but not a whole lot of anything appeals thanks to feeling queasy for the first few days after treatment.
I pair these with some coleslaw or a leafy green salad. If we are lucky there is a couple of leftover fritters to have cold the next day in a sandwich. We have to hide them though as we have invisible rats the size of teenagers in our fridge so leftovers tend to mysteriously disappear.
For another good fritter recipe check out my Healthy Low Carb Cauliflower And Zucchini Fritters this was a great hit and despite the really bad attempt at food photography, continues to be a well-visited post.
I would love to hear from you if you try these to let me know how you went.
Hi, I'm Jane. I'm the author of the janelamason.com blog. Hitting midlife and menopause can be challenging. I write these posts to highlight my own experience for other women to read about and to give tips that might help to make their path into this time of their lives a little smoother.