6 Tasty Cauliflower Recipes

You can find cauliflower on just about any veggie tray at any party, and for good reason! In addition to cauliflower’s flavor, texture and nutritional value, do you know what else makes this vegetable awesome? It’s in season all year round!

That’s right! There isn’t a day during the year when you can’t get your hands on a head of cauliflower and either steam it, mash it, bake it or roast it.

Here are six recipes that’ll turn cauliflower into a fun and delicious substitute in some of your favorite foods!

Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

Looking to cut back on the carbs but still have that hankering for a warm bowl of mac and cheese? With this recipe for Cauliflower Mac and Cheese, you can have a low-carb comfort food that’s packed with that cheesy flavor you’re hungry for!   

Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

Spicy buffalo sauce can be slathered on more than just chicken wings and chicken strips. It can be the sauce of choice for baked cauliflower as well!

With this recipe for Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites, you can have the buffalo flavor without the buffalo grease.

Honey Garlic Cauliflower

Ever thought of putting sriracha or honey on cauliflower? Well, why not?! This recipe for Honey Garlic Cauliflower mixes these contrasting flavors for something truly mouthwatering.

The honey gives you the sweet, the sriracha gives you the spicy and the garlic gives you the savory that your taste buds have been looking for.

Baked Cauli-Tots

Along with French fries, tater tots have long been a worthy side that added a crispy dimension to a meal. But if you want something that packs the flavor but lacks the oil, try these Baked Cauli-Tots!

These cauliflower-based tots are baked to perfection, and you don’t have to feel guilty about eating a few extra!

General Tso Cauliflower

This recipe for General Tso Cauliflower mixes the flavor of everyone’s Chinese-takeout favorite and a head of cool, crisp cauliflower.

Sure, chicken is already lean in and of itself, but by swapping it out for produce, you can make this dish just a little healthier, but no less delicious!

Cauliflower Pizza

What differentiates most types of pizza is the crust: there’s Chicago style deep-dish, New York style thin crust and Detroit style rectangle pizza. Now, you can add cauliflower to the styles of pizza crust!

This recipe for Cauliflower Pizza makes for a different style of pizza and a delicious way to sneak a whole lot of veggies into dinner.

Who knew cauliflower could be great as more than just a vegetable tray staple?!

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