Sweetcorn fritters have long been a favourite of ours, but not something we’ve had since starting the Slimming World journey. So we thought we’d make our own Slimming World friendly version (with the added bonus of some extra speed in the form of the broccoli and spring onions.)
We like to use Sukrin, which is an all-natural granulated stevia sweetener alternative to sugar with zero calories. It doesn’t have that strange after taste that a lot of artificial sweeteners do, which makes it perfect for cooking and baking.
Sukrin is in equal and weight to sugar, so if you're using a powdered sweetener you'll need to use less as it weighs less.
You can grab Sukrin over on Amazon
These are great to have for breakfast, lunch, supper or just a snack, and go great with our chilli and lime dip. They’re quick and easy to make, and ideal on the Slimming World Extra Easy plan.
This recipe should give you 10 fritters if you use a 1/4 cup measure (If you don’t have a set of measuring cups you can get some here on Amazon )
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Syn Free Broccoli and Sweetcorn Fritters | Slimming World
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First make the dip (see below)
You can do this in advance and keep it in the fridge to save some time
Cook the broccoli, either microwave it for a minute or two, or steam/boil it. The broccoli should still be quite firm
In a bowl mix together the cooked broccoli and sweetcorn, and make sure all the moisture is drained
Add the chopped spring onion, grated sweet potato and chilli flakes and mix well.
Season with some sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, then add one of the eggs. Stir well so that all the ingredients are mixed thoroughly.
The mixture should be moist but not soggy, just enough to bind the ingredients. If it seems a bit too dry add the other egg
In a decent sized frying pan heat up some Frylight. Then using a 1/4 cup measure put 5 scoops in the hot pan, leaving enough space between each one so you can turn them easily
Cook for about 3 minutes, until they are golden brown on the bottom, then flip them over and cook them for another 3 minutes
Remove them from the pan, add some more Frylight then cook the remaining mixture in the same way.
There should be enough left for another 5 fritters
To make the Dip
Just mix all the ingredients together. Check the seasoning and serve
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