Danish Fritters

"These tasty little morsels are similar to a pikelet or flapjack and a fantastic use for leftover rice. My 19 month old daughter likes these with cream cheese but they are also good with jam or honey. Would make a great healthy lunchbox treat too!"
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Ready In:
12 fritters




  • Mix together all ingredients except icing sugar & jam.
  • Fry tablespoons of the mixture in butter until lightly browned on one side then flip and cook other side.
  • Drain on absorbent paper.
  • Sprinkle with icing sugar & serve with jam.

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  1. Mommy Diva
    Really tasty and a great use for leftover rice. I love the combo of powdered sugar and lemon on these. Can't wait to make them again! I used a little less raisins (personal preference, I don't care for raisins and may try for dry cherries or cranberries next try). **Made for March 2008 Beverage Tag**
  2. Debber
    What a neat little recipe...and so tasty, too! I made exactly as the recipe calls for (used raisins) except I didn't dust with powdered sugar...we used honey and jam. Great way to use up leftover rice! *Aus/NZ Recipe Swap 10/07*
  3. SuzTheQ
    These are yummy! My new favorite breakfast treat. I've made them twice as written- although I did toast my almonds. My favorite way to enjoy them is to spread with cream cheese, and drizzle them with honey. I can't stop eating them! Thanks Mandy- this one's a definite keeper. I also tried a variation that I liked *almost* as much. I left out the almonds, sweetened the mixture, and added some vanilla. Made this way they taste like my Granny's rice pudding!
  4. pattikay in L.A.
    What a great use for leftover rice! I used a combination of dried fruits and added a shake of cinnamon and allspice. Served the jams and cream cheese. Thanks, Mandy!
  5. anme7039
    Very good way to use up leftover. (which I am always doing!) I did add a tad bit more flour.... but I always tend to use more flour in recipes like this since I am afraid there wont be enough "binder". I only had 1/2 cup of left over rice so I adjusted the rest of the recipe accoringly, except egg I left at 1. Left out the rasins and added some chocolate chips I had in the freezer. Excellent recipe!


  1. Kittencalrecipezazz
    these were very good although they needed more flour to hold the mixture together, I used dried cranberries in place of the raisins, thanks for sharing this great recipe Mandy!


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