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Lennie, this is just what I was looking for! I am going to experiment with baking this recipe to lower the fat content, but they were so puffy and cake-like on the inside, crispy on the outside. I made these with Granny Smith apples and cinnamon instead of the corn and that was fabulous too, although the corn was better. Thanks a lot!

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Mama Tia July 31, 2006

These are ON POINT Dixie Crossroads all the way. I lived in Titusville and have missed these since moving away.<br/>I add a bit more canned corn and sometimes add blueberries in place of the corn for a yummy blueberry fritter. I prefer topped with a pile of powdered sugar.

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EdraAnn May 14, 2014

I didn't like this recipe. Too much batter and not enough corn. Tasted like pancakes. My mother used to make fritters which were all corn with just enough batter to keep it together. I didn't get her recipe before she passed away, but will still look for it.

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awilliams234 October 10, 2012

I can't beliebe I found this! I'm 35 weeks pregnant and although I think the craving issue subsides, all I have wanted is Dixie Crossroad corn fritters! My family used to take my sister and I there all of the time (are they still open?) and we love these! I didn't want a corn fritter unless it was sweet which ost weren't. I'm making these tonight! Thanks again for posting.

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Chef Boy R Bellin June 07, 2009

Love them!!! Anytime my family would take a car trip to Orlando or to the NE...we would make it a point to stop by Sandpoint. After they closed down, it was Dixie Crossroads for their corn fritters. I made this recipe and I could not keep them on the table long enough before they were all gone ;)

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JAZSTAR74 November 26, 2008

Had to write.. This recipe makes the finest fritters I have eaten.. My mother was a chef and made these fritters often. I've been looking for a for similar recipe since Mom passed in 1972. Thank You!

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Chauqg September 02, 2008

Just like the restaurant. Perfect Southern hospitality!

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Chef KHoar June 14, 2008

Actually, the restaurant, Dixie Crossroads is located in Titusville, Florida. My niece and her family live in Titusville and we always make it a point to go when I visit. I have made these fritters every year at the office for our 12 Days of Christmas Goodies and they are a hit; last year I prepared a different dish and was informed my annual duty is to bring the fritters! No ifs, ands or buts! I do not find the recipe is difficult - quite simple. Enjoy!

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Love2Laugh December 16, 2007

My husbands family owns Dixie Crossroads, It's up in Melbourne Florida close to the Cape Canaveral..If ever in the area, please stop in and try this place out, you wont regret it. We live 3 hours south, and make a trip least once a month to go see family and chow down..Try the Rock Shrimp, is what they are famous for!

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sheteamropes January 01, 2007

Yummy as always. Just like in the resturant, but a bit messier to make! The powdered sugar is a must. I love them with extra corn, but drain the corn REALLY well. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Leslie L May 27, 2004
Dixie Crossroads Corn Fritters