A stack of three golden fritters made with vegetables

Thermomix Vegetable Fritters

Our Thermomix Vegetable Fritters make a great snack, easy meal or lunchbox treat!

Easy Thermomix Vegetable Fritters Recipe. Great for lunchboxes, an easy meal or snack. Freezer friendly too.

We love fritters in our house. They are such an easy recipe to put together and the ingredient combinations are practically endless (why not try these Broccoli Bacon and Cheese Fritters or these Sweet Potato Fritters) and also, they are the perfect way to use up leftover veggies.

Thermomix Vegetable Fritters

Although these Thermomix Vegetable Fritters are packed full of vegetables, my kids still love them and don’t consider them to be filled with too much goodness – which I think is helped in part by the addition of grated potatoes which helps to give these fritters and almost hash brown like consistency.

Easy Thermomix Vegetable Fritters Recipe. Great for lunchboxes, an easy meal or snack. Freezer friendly too.

Tips for Making these Vegetable Fritters:

  • You can certainly alter the vegetables used in these fritters to help use up any leftover veggies that you may have. We enjoy these fritters with corn and sweet potato too.
  • When making these fritters, just be mindful that you may not need all of the water as instructed in the recipe (or you may even need a little more) as the liquid content of the vegetables that you use will impact the consistency of the mixture.
  • You can enjoy these fritters either hot or cold.
  • These fritters are freezer friendly once cooked.


You can find more great snack recipes in this post and also in our Thermomix Lunch Box Snacks print book.

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A stack of three golden fritters made with vegetables

Thermomix Vegetable Fritters

These easy Thermomix Vegetable Fritters are packed with veggies and make a great light meal, side, snack and they are also perfect for the lunch box. They are also freezer friendly too.
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Course: Dinner
Keyword: Lunch Box Ideas
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Servings: 24 fritters


  • 2 Potatoes Approximatley 400g
  • 1 Zucchini Approximately 100g
  • 1 carrot
  • 50 grams peas fresh or frozen
  • 30 grams parmesan cheese
  • 100 grams taty cheese
  • 1 tbsp onion flakes
  • 1 cloves of garlic
  • 300 grams self raising flour
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 eggs
  • 250 grams water
  • extra virgin olive oil for frying.


  • Place the garlic cloves, parmesan and tasty cheese which has been cut into 3cm chunks into your Thermomix bowl and mix for 7 seconds on speed 9 to grate. Transfer to a separate bowl until needed.
  • Without washing the bowl, place the potatoes, zucchini and carrots (all which have been cut into 4cm pieces) into your Thermomix bowl and mix for 4 seconds on speed 6. If you would like it grated into smaller pieces, mix for a further 2 seconds. 
  • Scrape down the sides of the bowl and add the grated cheeses and garlic  along with the eggs, self raising flour, pinch of salt and pepper, onion flakes and 125g if water to your Thermomix bowl in that order – please note you may not need all of the water depending on the moisture content/size of vegetables used. Mix for 15 seconds on speed 4 REVERSE to combine the ingredients. 
  • Scrape down the sides of the bowl and if your mixture is still a little dry, add a further 75grams of water along the peas and mix for a further 15 seconds on speed 4 REVERSE or until combined.
  • Heat a tablespoon of olive oil in a large frying pan over a medium to high heat and use a 1/4 measuring cup to scoop up the batter and place the fritter mixture into your pan. Use a spoon to gently spread the mixture into a circle between 1/2cm – 1cm thick. You should be able to fit approximately six fritters (or even more depending on the size of your pan) into your frying pan. 
  • Cook the Fritters for approximately 3 minutes on each side until they are crisp and golden brown before transferring to a plate and covering them with foil so they stay warm while you cook the next batch. Repeat until all the mixture has been used.


These Thermomix Vegetable Fritters are freezer friendly.

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  1. Add diced cooked roast lamb and a little mint for a tasty treat. My children grew up eating them and now the grandkids are enjoying them as well. πŸ‘΅πŸ»

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      Hi Amanda, it sure can work. You may need to add a little extra water to help bind the fritters together if the mixture is a little dry though

  2. do you need to cook the potatoes before? I’m not sure of how cooking this on the pan 3 minutes each side would cook the potato appropriately

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      Hi Pia, No you don’t need to cook the potatoes first. As they have been grated into small pieces they really take no time at all to cook πŸ™‚

  3. Love this recipe – I added some shallots and coriander to mine!
    I guess you could mix any left over vege in the fridge as it grates it down so small.

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      Hi Steph, I haven’t tried doing this but I don’t see why you couldn’t. You may need a little extra flour to help bind them together though.

  4. Hi there
    Could you cook these in an electric pancake maker you think? Or does it need to be the stovetop?
    Thank you

  5. Made these for the first time tonight. Easy to follow. So tasty. Unfortunately my family are fussy but they reluctantly at them. I ate 6-7 very quickly they were that good. Freezing them for easy meals for my 6 month old.

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      Yes – they work fine! I use Aldi’s gluten free flour ( like this better than most other gluten free flours as it seems to substitute 1:1 pretty well)

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