• ½ cup flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • ½ tsp salt, or to taste
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 410g can Wattie's Cream Style Corn
  • 410g can Wattie's Whole Kernel Corn, drained
  1. Sift flour, baking powder and salt into a mixing bowl.
  2. Add beaten egg and Wattie’s Cream Style Corn and mix well. Fold in Wattie’s Whole Kernel Corn.
  3. Heat 1 – 2 tablespoons of oil in a non stick frying pan. Place spoonfuls of the corn fritter mixture into the pan. Cook over a medium heat for 2-3 minutes until bubbles appear on the surface of the batter. Turn and cook the other side for a further 2-3 minutes until fritters are golden and cooked through. It maybe necessary to add extra oil to the pan during cooking.

Watch How To Video

Handy Tips

For variety you can add any of the following to the corn fritter mixture:

  • 1-2 tablespoons chopped chives or spring onions
  • ½ small red capsicum finely chopped
  • 1-2 rashers bacon, cooked and chopped
  • ¼ cup grated tasty cheese

Corn fritters can be served with:

  • Grilled bacon rashers and maple syrup
  • Chilli sauce and sliced avocado
  • Fresh tomato salsa

Made With

Cream Style Corn

Cream Style Corn has been a Kiwi favourite for generations. Wattie’s uses only the finest Hawke’s Bay corn for a cream style corn that is full of goodness, flavour and taste.

Whole Kernel Corn

Grown in sunny Hawke’s Bay and picked at its peak, only the sweetest corn from our crops makes it into our Whole Kernel Corn.

Rate and Review

18 Ratings

Reviews (18)

Linley's Rating
Helen's Rating
kathleen's Review | Rating

Easy to make and yummy

Angelene's Review | Rating

ummmmm this sounds yummy.. will have to try

Kevin's Rating
Jenny's Review | Rating

These corn fritters are delicious, the extra corn definatley gives them more flavour.
I served mine with a salad and sour cream and chilli sauce on the side. Easy and tasty meal.

Judith's Review | Rating

Lovely recipe!

Amanda Raateland's Review | Rating

This was so easy and delish. I added capsicum and chives with a few sprinkles of chilli flakes. So tasty and a great thing for lunch the next day

Ryan Baird's Rating
Kirsty's Rating
Anthony Murphy's Rating
Polly's Review | Rating

Ok.. But try using fresh white breadcrumbs instead of flour. Makes them much lighter!

Sue's Review | Rating

I halved the recipe because I had only one can of creamed corn. When I fried a couple of fritters, it was exactly the same as frying creamed corn - no fritter batter at all. I went back to the Edmonds Book recipe and added half a cup of flour, after which I got acceptable fritters.

Reply from The Food in a Minute Team

Dear Sue,

The recipe uses 1 can of Creamstyle corn and 1 can of Whole Kernel corn drained. If you half the recipe and used 1 can of cream style corn and no whole kernel, then 1/4 cup of flour will not be enough. If you want to half the recipe again try 1/2 can each of Creamstyle and Whole Kernel drained and the 1/4 cup flour should be enough to hold it together with the egg.

The Food in a Minute Team

Allan's Review | Rating

I can't find 410g cans of Wattie's cream style corn at Countdown only 300g. How will this effect this recipe? Do Wattie's still make a 410g can?

Reply from The Food in a Minute Team

Dear Allen,

Wattie's does still make the 410g can of Wattie's Cream Style Corn, however, we would have to know which Countdown you shop at to know whether it is sent to this store specifically. Alternatively you should just be able to use about 1 ½ 300g cans.

The Food in a Minute Team

Ray Fidow's Review | Rating

Neat easy recipe. yum.

Debbie's Review | Rating

The yummiest super corn fritters ever......

Adelaide Burgess's Review | Rating

Super easy to make and simply delicious to eat

Pamrla's Review | Rating

Love the corn fritter recipe. So much better with the addition of the whole kernels.
I sometimes use a little chilli flakes.