Baked Corn Fritters (Gluten Free)

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My daughter and I are the only ones in our home who love corn. Although, I don’t eat it often, when I do, I buy only the non-gmo, organic frozen corn. I put this recipe together for supper tonight. It was very easy to prepare, I was so pleased with the results! These corn fritters were so delicious,  to my surprise, my husband actually tried a couple and really enjoyed them. I love the fact that they were baked, and therefore not as greasy as traditional corn fritters. 

  • 2 cups organic sweet corn kernels (I used frozen, but you can use fresh)
  • 1 cup brown rice flour
  • 1 tsp garbanzo flour (also known as chickpea flour or besan)
  • 2 scallions, finely chopped
  • 1 shallot, minced
  • 2 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 Tbsp nutritional yeast flakes (opt.)
  • 1 tsp lemon juice
  • 1/2 tsp ground cumin
  • 1/2 tsp sea salt
  • 1/4 tsp baking powder
  • pinch of cayenne pepper

Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Line baking sheet with oiled parchment paper. In a large bowl, combine brown rice flour, cumin, sea salt, baking powder, cayenne, and yeast flakes, then stir in water. Add garlic, shallot, and corn. Mix well. Form into patties and place on baking sheet. Bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown, turning halfway.





















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  1. Ohhh salsa! Sounds like a great combo. I’ll have to try these. My little one is pretty picky, but loves corn so these may work :)

  2. Made this tonight, fabulous. A few ingredients are missing from the directions but it’s easy to sort out. I added a tad extra water worried they were dry but they didn’t need it, made them a bit chewy in the center but we liked them that way too. I didn’t have a pepper so I threw in ground chipotle, tasted great! I I made mine a bit thicker with 1/2 measuring cup, worked perfectly! This is a great way to use fresh corn when you don’t want it on the cob again. Keeper in my book, thank you!

  3. Elizabeth O.

    Corn is such a delight to cook with, it can be great with savory or sweet recipes, it depends on your mood. This one looks really simple to make, it’s more awesome because it’s gluten free!

  4. I don’t eat corn often, too. However, when I crave for it, I can eat it for days. Lol. This is a recipe that I am excited to try at home. Corn is always a good alternative to rice.

  5. Karlaroundtheworld | Karla

    Oh, that looks delicious! I’m also someone who can’t stand not eating corn at least once in a day or a few and I’ve always wanted to gobble them up in a hash-brown form.

  6. KRYSTLE COOK

    Looks like a simple tasty recipe that my family would love. I totally need to make these one day.

  7. I love corn fritters. I bet these taste amazing. I haven’t had them in a long time. I’ll have to try out this recipe.

  8. I never had corn fritters before. Its great its gluten free and you took some pictures that made it looks appetizing!

  9. Jamela Porter

    Great recipe, I am always on the lookout for things that are easy to make. I will have to give this a shot.

  10. Jasmine Eclipse

    I love fritters! My grandma used to make them for us when we were little, I haven’t had them in so long! Thanks for sharing this recipe, it’ll be nice to go back in time! (AND they’re gluten free? Perfect.)

  11. Yona Williams

    I’m a huge fan of chickpea flour…I love the way it tastes. I would make this recipe, for sure.

  12. How is it that I’ve never tried a fritter? I need to do it with this recipe today! Literally today.

  13. Mardene Carr

    Fritters is a bmreakfast staple in Jamaica where I am from. Good to see a different kind.

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