These Chicken Veggie Fritters are simply – Amazing! They are full of flavor and super easy to make. Perfect for the kids and adults to pack for lunch! 

Chicken Veggie Fritters


I always grab a Nice, Juicy Rotisserie Birdie while shopping at Costco!

But, since we are more Dark Meat lovers in my family, I’m always looking for a creative way to use up this juicy white meat. I’ve made stuffed peppers with it, used it in wraps, and made a ton of Chicken Salad. But this Chicken Veggie Fritters recipe is our favorite by far!

I usually serve these Chicken Veggie Fritters with a Homemade cucumber/dill dip. (recipe below)

Chicken Veggie Fritters

The Key Ingredient and what makes these Fritters – super Creamy and Soft is the Cream Cheese!!!

Since Costco’s rotisserie has a lot of flavor in it, I didn’t add any salt or pepper. Do adjust the flavor for your meat.

Chicken Veggie Fritters

I would suggest the first time you make them, try to follow the recipe.

The problem is you will not have exactly 3 Cups of shredded cooked chicken, you might have more or less.

Adjust the recipe to the ingredients you have on hand.

Chicken Veggie Fritters

I have a new appreciation for people who make videos.

It may look easy, but it’s not.

Even though you can only see my hands, still, I had the “performance jitters”. Then, I realized that my “tools of destruction” look too funky for the video. As you can see I like color and my knives are colorful. Then light issues, angles, positions and etc…. The fun part of cutting, gluing, and speeding up comes next. Definitely labor of love!

I’m so thankful to my AMAZING Videographer – my Hubby for his support and time helping me on my cooking journey!!!

I hope you will find this video useful since this recipe –  truly Delicious! Enjoy!

Chicken Veggie Fritters

Wondering what to make with all that leftover Rotisserie Chicken or the Holiday Turkey Goodness???

These Chicken (or Turkey) Veggie Fritters are your solution! Enjoy!

Chicken Veggie Fritters

Chicken Veggie Fritters!

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes

These Chicken Veggie Fritters are Simply - Amazing! Perfect for the Kids and Adults! You can eat these for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner.


  • 3 Cups shredded cooked chicken (you can use turkey as well)
  • 3 Large Eggs
  • 3 Tbs. of Cream Cheese (plain or with Flavor), Mayo or Sour Cream
  • 1/2 Cup Flour or Corn Starch for a Gluten-free diet
  • 1 tomato
  • 2 green onions/scallions
  • 1 to 2 Tbs. herbs: dill, parsley, chives
  • salt/pepper, if needed


  1. In the large bowl, mix the ingredients for the fritters. You may need to adjust the flour since this depends on the water content of your tomatoes. The mixture should be a thick consistency.
  2. Heat up the skillet to medium (if using Stainless steel pans), add Olive or Vegetable oil.
  3. Add a spoonful of the mixture and shape these into patties with your spoon. Since the chicken is cooked, it only takes about 2 - 3 minutes to cook on each side or until golden brown. Transfer to a plate. Repeat procedure for the rest of the fritters.
  4. Serve with tomatoes and scallions, with Sour Cream or with Cucumber dip (see below).
  5. Use this recipe as a guide, you can substitute or add ingredients according to what you have on hand.


Cucumber dip:
- 1 Tbsp. Cream cheese
- 2 Tbsp. Sour cream
- 1 Tbsp. dill
- 1 medium cucumber, diced
- salt/pepper to taste

Mix the ingredients for the cucumber dip and serve.

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14 Responses to Easy Chicken Veggie Fritters
  1. I just made these chicken veggies again but realized I didn’t have any cream cheese handy, so substituted with ranch dressing and they were delicious even my picky kids loved them.

  2. It’s me. 😜 Can I replace sour cream with Yogurt?. Tq

  3. We loved these! My husband asked for seconds. Well done!

  4. Have you ever tried freezing them??

  5. These are amazing- and also a great way to hide grated zucchini, carrots and other vegetables that you want to get into non veggie eaters! Thank you so much for sharing this- it is a favorite of mine to share with neighbors who are having a hard time getting their elderly parents with Alzheimer’s to eat well. Everyone loves these!

    • Thank you so much Kathy for your feedback! I’m so glad that you enjoy this recipe! It’s a very flexible recipe and you can add (or hide) your favorite veggies for the “meat and potatoes” folks! 🙂

  6. Made these today, so yummy, will be making these a lot
    Even my picky kids loved these
    Thank you for this easy and delicious recipe


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