Brussels Sprouts Fritters

Vegetables in fritter form has a very decisive advantage: we can hide even the most unpopular varieties in the diet. At the Brussels Sprouts Fritters, hearty Brussels sprouts, creamy goat’s cream cheese and freshly grated Parmesan combine to make the most fluffy fritters ever to land on your plate. Even the biggest sprouters can not resist, I promise.

Brussels Sprouts Fritters

I am convinced that Brussels sprouts are a completely underrated vegetable.

That is why he comes in the House Kochkarussell in all variations on the table. Whether as roasted Brussels sprouts with honey and balsamico or as Brussels sprouts salad with bacon, cashews and fig mustard dressing , I have a heart for the delicious winter vegetables. Nevertheless, I admit that the slightly bitter roses as a soft-boiled side dish really are not that great. But as a fluffy light fritters, the problem vegetables so far tasted all test persons fantastic.

Even though they did not know that they were just happily shoveling their hate-crops into their mouths. But you do not have to tell everything, wa …;)


I have the idea for the phenomenal Brussels Sprouts Fritters at Pinterest discovered (advertising because linking). Of course I could not but I have the Zuatenliste here and there adjusted a bit to my liking. Panko flour for oatmeal exchanged for example. The oatmeal is very well suited as a binder and are always present in most households.


Soft and fluffy on the inside, golden and crispy on the outside – that’s how we like fritters the most. Even if you do not like brussels sprouts, you’ll love the Brussels Sprouts Fritters!

Brussels Sprouts Fritters


Brussels Sprouts Fritters

  Portions : 6 Fritters

  calories per serving : 156 kcal


  •   200
      sprouted Brussels sprouts
  •   2
      medium onions
  •   20
      Freshly grated Parmesan
  •   2
  •   2
  •   3
      tender oatmeal
  •   110
      Goat cream cheese
  •   salt and pepper
  •   2
      olive oil


  1. Halved Brussels sprouts and cut into very fine strips. Cut onions into thin strips.

  2. Mix Brussels sprouts, onions and Parmesan in a large bowl.

  3. Slice the eggs lightly with a fork, then fold in with flour, oatmeal and goat cream cheese. Mix well until a malleable “dough” is formed. Season with salt and pepper.

  4. Make 6 equal-sized meatballs out of the dough.

  5. Olive oil in a large nonstick pan. Fry the meatballs on one side for three minutes over medium heat, then turn and finish cooking on the other side. The cutlets should be nice golden brown and crispy.

  6. Serve with a little herb curd cheese and enjoy hot.


Brussels Sprouts Fritters olé! Who’s coming to my little vegetable fritter fan club? As a welcome gift, there is also a wonderful recipe for fluffy Brussels sprouts fritters. 😉

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