Cheesy Corn Fritters Recipe

See the lovely cheesy corn fritters recipe to inspire you to introduce more vegetables to your day on day 4 of National Nutrition Week!

Did you know that less than 4% of us eat enough vegetables on any given day?

In fact the average Australian only eats around half their recommended daily intake.
One great way to Try For 5 serves of vegetables a day is to make that sure half your meal contains vegetables. This way you’ll enjoy around 3 serves of vegetables in one meal – that’s already more than the average Australian eats in a day! Try for 5 … with a healthy balanced meal.



Cheesy Corn Fritters Recipe

5 MIN – Prep Time // 25 MIN – Cooking Time



2 eggs

410g can creamed corn

1 ¼ cups coarsely grated tasty cheese

2 green shallots, finely sliced

1 cup plain flour

1 tsp baking powder

1 cup baby spinach leaves, finely chopped

Sea-salt flakes and freshly ground black pepper, to season

8 Tbsp Cobram Estate light extra virgin olive oil

1 avocado, peeled, stoned, diced

Juice of ½ lemon

¼ cup basil leaves

Fried eggs, to serve (optional)

Crispy bacon, to serve (optional)



Combine eggs, creamed corn, tasty cheese and shallots in a large bowl. Sift in flour and baking powder and stir until just combined. Stir in spinach leaves then season.

Heat 2 tablespoons of the Cobram Estate light extra virgin olive oil in a large non-stick frying pan over medium heat. When oil is hot, add ¼ cup of batter to pan and smooth with a teaspoon to slightly flatten. Repeat to make 3 fritters. Cook for 3 minutes each side or until golden and cooked through. Remove from pan.

Repeat step 2, three more times with remaining oil and batter to make 12 fritters.

Toss avocado, lemon juice and basil together in a medium bowl.

Serve fritters with avocado mixture for the perfect brunch or light well balanced meal.


Parents turn eco-friendly | The Courier-Mail

Did you see this great article recently in the Courier Mail?


PLASTIC wrap and disposable containers might soon be history in schools, as principals reject non-recyclables and parents turn to more eco-friendly alternatives to pack their children’s lunches.

In a growing trend, several schools have taken a stance against non-reusable wraps and require certain meals be served “nude”.

Most Catholic schools have an early morning healthy food break, often called Munch’n’Crunch or Fruit Break, where packaging and processed food is banned.

Nutrition Australia recommends parents seek lunchboxes that will keep foods separate (to avoid cross-contamination) and maintain a constant, cool temperature. They must be easy to clean to avoid a build-up of bacteria. online retailer Donna Fingland said her research found most families replaced lunchboxes at least once a year. “Lunchboxes have to be able to stand up to kids’ wear and tear,” Ms Fingland said.

“The ability to keep food cool is important, and it has to be large enough without being too bulky. They have to be able to slide easily into a school bag, and for little fingers to open and close them.”

Chiller2go is perfect for your kids school fruit!!