14 responses to “Parmesan Cauliflower Fritters”

  1. Kristin

    These look amazing, Debbie! I was planning to make the slow cooker risotto on this rainy day but I might have to make these instead.

  2. Frugal Kiwi

    Sounds yummy. I've got a cauli in the fridge I bought to try roasting cauliflower, but this recipe looks likely to trump that idea.

  3. marthaandme

    Oh yes! I can see how this would be good! Sometimes when I make cauliflower I put some fresh, really crunchy and greasy breadcrumbs on top. I know yours would be good!

  4. Alexa

    Mmmmmm…I wonder how many WW points these have?

  5. Alexandra Grabbe

    Cauliflower is my favorite vegetable. I love the idea of crusty cauliflower pancakes. Can't wait to try this recipe!

  6. debbie koenig

    Alexa, I just used ww.com's recipe builder, and it comes out to 2 points per pancake, assuming you get 12 per recipe. (That's with 4 tablespoons of oil for cooking.) Not as bad as I'd feared, but not something one should eat six of in one sitting…

  7. kerry dexter

    sounds great, and the lemon for zing is a fine idea too

  8. Caroline and Leslie

    I am making this tonight for the kids…I usually get them to eat cauli by roasting it and mixing it with pasta, but this sounds even better

  9. Alexa

    Thanks, Debbie! So, with a nice big salad, I could easily eat 3 or 4. Happy news.

  10. Ann

    This sounds like a perfect use for the box of frozen cauliflower that is in my freezer and that I have no recollection of ever buying.

  11. Christine at Origami Mommy

    I love this. I like cauliflower, and I've been into making vegetable pancakes lately – this is sort of similar. I see this on our dinner table tonight!

  12. Susan

    Just made these..YUM!! Better in my opinion than potato pancakes..on the nutritional scale MUCH better…course, I might put a dollop of sour cream and a few green onions on the top.
    Thanks for posting.

  13. Kate

    These were great! I ended up cooking them on my pancake griddle which gave a better brown with very little oil.

    1. Kate

      Electric griddle

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