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The sun is shining, it has not snowed for like a whole three days, it’s even been warm, and I just could not be happier about it!
I am beyond excited to tell you guys about these fritters, because these fritters you are looking at here?? Well, they are one of the easiest things you can make, plus I think they are my new favorite food.
Now I know that I have new favorite foods a lot. But these, well, these I just really love.
I made them with my sweet (way too kind to everyone) mom in mind because one, Mothers Day is Sunday and two because I really just love making her food and seeing her eyes light up with that “oh my gosh these are soo good” look.
Also, I was at the store last week and they had some seriously good-looking corn on sale – that made think for a minute that it was the middle of summer. Only I walked out of the store and it was snowing… Reality check!
I am know I am a tad early with the corn, so if you can’t get fresh corn yet just use frozen. It works great and it’s a little easier too.
If you are looking for Mother’s Day eats, these fritters are your winning tickets.
I honestly think almost any mom will enjoy these. Crispy on the outside, filled with sweet corn, artichokes, spinach and yum – BRIE. Brie in the fritter? Yes, SO good.
Some of the brie that gets stuck in the middle of the fritter stays all gooey.The brie on the outside gets fried.
Fried guys. Again, SO good.
And the Sweet Honey Jalapeño Cream is something you can’t skip. It completes the fitter and brings the flavors full circle. The touch of sweetness + the touch of spice, paired with the hot crispy fritters – spot on. Please don’t skip it.
And if you can’t wait till Sunday to make these?
Make them now. Today – for lunch or brunch, dinner – whatever. You need a trial run before Sunday anyway, right?
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Oh, and Happy Cinco de Mayo!! Hope you’re celebrating with some amazing Mexican food today. You know I am.
These look perfect for my dinner club with a Coconut theme. Can I make them ahead of time?? What would be the best way to cook and reheat?
These look perfect for my Coconut themed Dinner Club. I have the first course! Can I fry these up before and heat them up in the oven???
HI! Yes, you can fry and then reheat before serving. I am sure that will be great! Please let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this recipe! Thanks! 🙂
Oh wow! I just made these last night to go with some chili and boy were they yummy. I must admit I topped them with some jalapeno yogurt dip (out of coconut milk), so they must be just insanely good with your topping. This is the second recipe of yours that I have made and I am now addicted to your blog! You are so awesome!
YES!! So excited you loved these. Thank you! 🙂
Do you think it would be possible to bake the fritters instead of frying them?
Yup! They will not get as crispy, but still delicious I am sure! Thanks so much and I hope you love them!
You had me at “Sweet Honey Jalapeño Cream” OMG!!!!! These look amazing.
I’m loving the spring versions on a classic with the artichokes and spinach. Glorious!
Thanks so much! 🙂
Oh my gosh. I am dying! I have yet to try a recipe of yours that I don’t like. This was AH-MAZING!
Ohhhhhh myyyyy goooood. I’ve been looking for a good corn fritter recipe for ages, and not only is this a good corn fritter recipe, it’s a corn fritter recipe with spinach and artichokes and BRIE?! Dying. Thank you!
Hehe! Thanks Becca!
Completely totes amazeballs!!
Thanks Gerry!! 🙂
Hope you guys are doing good out in CA!
Woah this is redic!! Soooo much over the top yum! Another amazing one Tieghan!!
It was in the high 90s where I live today, so it definitely is not too early for corn! I love sweet corn straight from the cob and I love fritters! Unfortunately, my mom lives in a different state than me, so I guess I will have to eat these all myself 🙂
Jealous! That sounds so good! 🙂