Looking for vegetable fritter recipes? Want to make the best sweetcorn fritters or cauliflower fritters? Check out our recipes below, and then take a look at more great brunch recipes.
Best vegetarian fritter recipes
We use spiralised courgette in these great fritters, and top them with poached eggs. A quick and easy weekend brunch idea with fewer than 250 calories a serving.
In Ukraine, all sorts of things, from schnitzel to whole river fish, are fried in batter. Here, cauliflower gets the treatment. These easy fritters by Olia Hercules are served with a simple dip to make for great snacks, ready in just 25 minutes.
Turn your chickpeas into these lightly-spiced fritters and serve with a zesty cucumber salad for a quick, low-calorie lunch.
Check out these spicy, crunchy veggie fritters with punchy harissa yogurt. These fritters, made with beetroot, potato and celeriac, pack plenty of flavour and make for a great snack.
We’ve love these simple sweetcorn fritters, and suggest serving your stack with squeaky halloumi and roasted tomatoes.
Carrot and coriander is a classic pairing, and these bright golden fritters with a herby yogurt are a great way to enjoy the flavours. They make for a deliciously crispy starter.
Caerphilly is a mild, creamy, crumbly Welsh cheese. Mixed with breadcrumbs, egg and spring onions, it forms these delicious vegetarian fritters. Serve as a quick starter or light lunch with chutney and salad.
A mix of Turkish breakfast and an Indian snack, our recipe for broccoli fritters can be as spicy as you like. We love to dip these deliciously light fritters into a poached egg to make posh soldiers!
Have these spiced sprout fritters with duck eggs for brunch, dinner, or just whenever you fancy, really. They’re quick and easy to make, vegetarian and low in calories.
Made with sweetcorn and served with roasted tomatoes, these little corn pancakes are a quick and easy midweek meal. The chipotle butter makes them that little bit more special and the spinach and tomatoes add a touch of colour.
This recipe for broad bean fritters with herby whipped goat’s cheese and bacon crumbs is ready in under 30 minutes. A speedy, protein-packed supper that feels a little indulgent.
These colourful, summery fritters make a great veggie dish. We love them served with roasted cherry tomatoes on the side. Young peas will only need a brief blanch to take away the rawness.