Grain Free Pumpkin Fritters

It’s only a few weeks until the launch of my book “The Grain Free Lunch Box” and I’m excited to share with you one of my kids’ favorite recipes from the book – Pumpkin Fritters

My family have a long love affair with fritters – I’ve experimented with zucchini and beetroot, but pumpkin is by far the favorite. These fritters are super easy to prepare and are packed full of nourishing ingredients, including a generous carbohydrate portion to keep the kids energy levels up for their busy day at school.

Grain Free Pumpkin Fritters

2 Cups Raw, Grated Pumpkin
2 Eggs
1 Tablespoon Coconut Flour
Salt & Pepper to taste
Coconut Oil, for frying
1.    In a large bowl combine the grated pumpkin, eggs, coconut flour and salt & pepper.
2.    Heat the coconut oil in a large frying pan.
3.    When the coconut oil is hot, carefully drop tablespoons of the fritter batter, flattening slightly.
4.    Cook for a few minutes until browned and set, then flip and cook the other side.
5.    Once both sides are golden and the pumpkin is cooked through remove from the frying pan to a plate to cool.
Makes 8Stay tuned for more lunch box inspiration in the lead up to the launch of The Grain Free Lunch Box…

As a further sneak peak… here’s your first look at the book cover:

I’m busily putting the finishing touches to the eBook which will bring you a wealth of information to help you take the stress out lunch box preparation. In addition ALL recipes being Grain, Gluten, Nut and Dairy Free the eBook also contains lunch box nutrition information as well as tried and tested tips, tricks, checklists and printables to help make lunch box preparation a breeze.

Edited to add – The Grain Free Lunch Box is now available! You can click below to Download Now:

The Grain Free Lunch Box
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  1. Love this idea! Thanks for submitting it to Fight Back Friday today. 🙂

  2. I love this idea, are lovely and quick to make. thanks for sharing. Great blog

  3. Love this – what do you serve them with? Sweet or savoury?