Mozzarella and Sweetcorn Minion Baked Dippy Fritters | Cooking With Kids

Isn't it amazing the power of a character...I mean all I would have to say is Green Giant and you would all know who I mean...He alone is enough to make the monsters eat sweetcorn, but right now with the Minions gracing the tins too? Well right now there is no stopping them!


I'll be honest I have NO idea the names of the cute little yellow 'things'...I mean apparently I even say Minions wrong (Ellie always corrects me!!!) but the kids adore them! They will quite happily sit and watch Despicable Me, 1 and 2, back to back! Which is fine by me as it mean I can get lots done!  So anyway back to the post...when Tots 100 got in touch and asked us to be part of the #GreenGiantMinions challenge we, off course said yes! 


As you know I try and encourage independent baking and so Ellie got thinking about the things she could make...She had a list but we eventually decided on these that she has called Mozzarella and Sweetcorn- Green Giant, of course- Baked Dippy Fritters! 


What You Need: (makes 12 fritters) 

60g Plain Flour
2 cans of Green Giant Sweetcorn
2 eggs 
Handful Mozzarella

Ellie and Jenson were able to make these independently, as well as researching a recipe and implementing it. I am so so proud of Ellie for these so here we go, here is what you need to do:

1. Put all of your ingredients into a bowl.

2. Mix it all together.

3. Spray a non stick muffin tin with frylight.

4. Spoon the mixture into the muffin tin so they are level to the tin and bake in the oven, Gas Mark 6, for 10-12 minutes, or until golden. 

5. Serve with your favourite dipping sauce and some dippy vegetables. The monsters here choose ketchup and mangetout.





 Enjoy!


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18 comments:

  1. They actually look and sound amazing, I want to make them for my 10 month old!! :)
    #ToddlerApprovedTuesday

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  2. Need to make these!! These look and sound lovely. Made me hungry too! xx

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    1. Yup, Dean enjoyed them too, but poor old me didn't even get a look in!

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  3. Olivia and I will definitely try this. xx

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  4. I will have to try these out on my boys. They are perfect for baby-led weaning, I love finger foods so i don't have to clean the ENTIRE kitchen after my 8month finishes his meal!

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    1. yes they would be perfect for baby lead weaning. Something I never dared to try!

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  5. Great healthy recipe. Lovely and simple for children too. Well done Ellie! I would possibly add some herbs (haha what a surprise!). Maybe some coriander.Thanks for hosting #ToddlerApprovedTuesday :)

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  6. I love sweet corn fritters and generally add carrots and leeks to make them a uber healthy snack for me and the littlies, never added cheese before but they sound yummy! X

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    1. Ohhh yummy! What a great idea, I shall pass the ideas onto the chef!!!

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  7. I've made something similar but not with Mozzarella before. I need to give these a go I think even Georgia would eat these! #ToddlerApprovedTuesday

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  8. These look great, I'm very impressed at your little chefs' skills! #TastyTuesdays

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    1. Thanks Grace, I shall pass your compliments onto the little chef herself! ;)

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  9. These look gorgeous, don't know about T but I want to try them ;)

    Thanks for being a fab co-host xx

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  10. These look amazing! I must, must, must make these with O! :) x

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  11. It's great that your kids are able to research and cook a recipe :) These do sound like a nice summer snack
    #TastyTuesday

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