Amish Corn Fritters

Amish Corn Fritters by Sarah Price

Autumn evenings make me yearn for comfort food. Amish Corn Fritters really fit the bill and are so super de duper easy to make!

  1. Corn (canned okay)
  2. Eggs (2 per cup of corn)
  3. Salt (optional)

You can used canned corn for this but make certain to drain it. Simply separate two eggs for each cup of corn. Beat the egg whites util they are stiff before you add the yolks and corn. Form the mixtures into patties and fry them in unsalted butter. You can add some salt to taste.

Image from Just a Pinch

Simple, right?

The thing I love about this recipe is that you don’t waste the egg whites (or yolk). I always feel so guilty when I separate eggs and have to throw one of the parts away. Of course, with so many chickens running around our place, it’s not too bad, I suppose. Still, I like being able to use both parts.

Let me know if you try to recipe for the weekend. I bet your family will love it!

Sarah Price is the author of the Plain Fame series and the Amish of Ephrata series, among other books. She comes from a long line of devout Mennonites, and her writing reflects accurate and authentic stories based upon her own experiences with several Amish communities. Visit her at and on Facebook.

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  1. I read the Amish Christmas Letters your story of the book LOVED IT like alot of other books The BECKY charactor was a sweet little smart person , she know how to speak up and help where needed a loving child. Katie Mae too was neat . She was tapping her foot different times , It show she was impatient, and Nathanial was the opposite Oh so well liked in the town Great reading

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