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Cheesy Cauliflower Fritters

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My daughter shared this recipe with me (never thought I’d say that, but dreams do come true my daughter can actually cook), she said she found it on Pinterest. It’s always nice to find a different way to cook a vegeatble. Cauliflower is low in fat, low in carbohydrates, but high in dietary fiber, water, vitamin C and folate. It packs a big nutritional punch and it tastes good too. Especially in this recipe. It’s simple and even the kids should like these cheesy fritters.

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You’ll need:

2  cups cooked (steamed) cauliflower chopped small

1/3 cup cheddar cheese

1 egg beaten

olive oil

a little salt and pepper to your taste

First steam your cauliflower. I use this neat little steamer basket.

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Put the chopped cauliflower in the pot and steam until soft but not mushy, about 10 – 15 minutes.

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Remove.

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In a large bow combine the cauliflower, cheese, beaten egg, salt and pepper.

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Heat you olive oil in a frying pan over a medium high heat.

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Add a scoop of the cauliflower mixture to the hot oil. You can use your hands if you want, I did and it made it easy to make a nice pattie.

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Cook until nicely browned. 

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Turn and brown the other side 🙂

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Pretty simple, but oh so good even the little ones will want more.

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24 thoughts on “Cheesy Cauliflower Fritters”

  1. Lisa says:

    I’m not a huge cauliflower fan–I prefer broccoli–but these actually sound really good, and fairly easy to make. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

    (I’m visiting today from the BYB in 100 Days challenge)

  2. Sharla Orren says:

    Ok! This looks very interesting! Maybe I could make it for a pot luck at church. It would definitely be something different!

  3. Melissa says:

    These look delish! I’m just learning to do some fun new things with cauliflower, which before, my family would never eat. Thanks for adding to my arsenal!!

  4. TaMara says:

    I just pinned this! I’m always looking for new ways to cook veggies for my small people. I think this will be an instant hit. Stopping by from Boost Your Blog.

  5. Bonni says:

    Hi! Stopping by from the 100 Day Challenge! Love the way you use photos in your posts!

  6. Thaleia (@Something2Offer) says:

    My hubby loves cauliflower but we have never tried anything like this. Looks yummy and easy enough to do. Maybe will even have my big kids try to make it!

  7. Alanna says:

    Yum! These sound good. And super easy!! I think my kids might actually like them. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  8. Honey Rowland says:

    Oh fritters are a favorite! Especially cheesy fritters!!

    ~Honey

  9. Sincerely, Jenni says:

    These sound yummy! I’ve read several times now that cauliflowers are a healthier replacement for potatoes all the time, so I’m anxious to try some new things with cauliflower!

  10. Karen W says:

    Oh my, I love cauliflower and love finding new ways to cook it. Found a great casserole for Thanksgiving and have used it as a pizza crust. These sound delicious!
    I would love for you to stop by and share on my weekly recipe linky, Kids and a Mom in the Kitchen
    http://totsandme.blogspot.com/2014/02/kids-and-mom-in-kitchen-73-chocolate.html

    thanks for sharing. Have a great evening.

  11. Scarlett says:

    These look really good! I’m not a huge fan of cauliflower, so am always looking for new ways to cook it, so I’ll actually eat it. This looks like it fits the bill! Pinning!

  12. Debbie @Dewdrop Gables says:

    We love cauliflower and I usually make a cheese sauce to serve with it. But this looks so delicious, much quicker & easier, and no where near as rich & fattening. I am going to pin this recipe, I have cauliflower in the fridge and I’m going to try it in the next day or two. Thanks for sharing!
    Debbie 🙂

  13. Cristyl @ CHill Thoughts says:

    I’m pinning this for later…these look delicious! Daughters who can cook and share great recipes…isn’t it wonderful?

    -Cristyl @ http://www.MyCHillThoughts.com

  14. Katie says:

    That looks really good. I think I may have to try it with my little girl.

  15. Kimberly B says:

    I follow a low carb plan and am always looking for new ways to use cauliflower. This one looks so yummy but so simple. I’m going to be trying it soon!

  16. Mommy Battles says:

    I love simply recipes where you can sneak in veggies. I’m not a fan of cauliflower and neither is my daughter but this looks tasty.

  17. rachel says:

    these look amazing! i love finding recipes on pinterest.

  18. Ginna says:

    This looks yummy! I will have to give it a try. Just spreading some SITS love!

  19. Kayla says:

    Love this idea! Totally a great way to get cauliflower into my children’s diet! YUM!!

    Visiting from BYB

  20. Jess says:

    I can’t believe how delicious this looks!

    I’ve pinned it and am sharing on my Social Media!

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

  21. judee@Gluten Free A-Z says:

    I am trying to eat lower in carbs. This is a perfect recipe and gluten free too.. thanks so much for posting it..

  22. judee@Gluten Free A-Z says:

    I made them tonight.
    I added chopped dill and extra cheese because they were very loose.

  23. Katherines Corner says:

    oh my goodness, I am making these! Thank you for joining the fun and sharing your sweet blog at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop ♥

  24. Betsy @ Romance on a Dime says:

    Looks delicious! Thanks for linking up!!
    ~ Betsy @ Romance on a dime

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