My one-year-old will eat pretty much anything, so until he figures out how to say "no" and imitate his newly-picky older brother, I'm introducing him to as many foods as possible. I love everything about a fritter—they are easy to make in batches and reheat in the toaster, they've got egg for protein and dairy babies need, and you can pretty much put whatever fruit or veggie you want in them.This recipe made about 16 fritters; the extras froze beautifully. Try other vegetables, like shredded carrot, thinly sliced green beans, frozen corn kernels or peas. You could make these with berries or bananas, too. My little guy liked them plain, torn into pieces as finger food with a little cubed cheese on the side, and they were pancake-like enough to please older brother. Miniature ones would make an easy and adult-worthy little appetizer, maybe with some sour cream and smoked salmon to go on top.
October 20, 2010
kid-friendly: zucchini frittersPosted by Carla Lalli Music
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