Top Rated Cauliflower Recipes
This recipe is great if you are looking for something comforting without too much fuss. You can add a little cheese on top when it bakes if you like.
Traditional Mexican rice, a common side dish, provides 250-300 calories and upwards of 55 grams of carbohydrates per one-cup serving. A simple, substitution that’s lower in calories and carbohydrates is using cauliflower in place of standard rice. One cup of cauliflower provides less than 30 calories and approximately five grams of carbohydrates, and it is an excellent source of vitamins C and K. You can easily make cauliflower rice in your food processor or using a food grater. See the recipe below.This recipe is provided by Jennifer Christman, RDN, LDN, CPT at Medifast.
If you love Buffalo chicken wings but are looking for a way to make either a healthier or vegetarian version, it doesn't get better than this. You can either buy the Buffalo wing sauce or use the first part of this Buffalo sauce recipe.Serve with some blue cheese dressing — or a cucumber raita if you're feeling really healthy!
Store-bought buffalo sauce is doused over cauliflower florets before baking for a flavorful and brilliant spin on the starchy vegetable. Recipe courtesy of Bits and Bites
This roasted cauliflower dish gets an upgrade with a delicate melted Parmesan topping, and whole roasted garlic cloves.
It’s hard to say no to potato salad, but this dish makes it easy. Enjoy all the flavors you’re used to in the classic barbecue dish, but with cauliflower as the base instead of potatoes.This recipe is courtesy of Pete and Gerry’s
Whip up these healthier baked tots that use shredded cauliflower rather than potatoes for a quick snack or casual party appetizer.
A simple and delicious cauliflower recipe in a creamy mushroom sauce. Adapted from a recipe published in a 1948 issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine.
There’s no reason not to feed your carnivorous desires this Valentine’s Day. A juicy cut of London broil with a healthy side of mashed cauliflower will, well, help to get the juices flowing.This recipe is provided by Alexandra Miller, RDN, LDN, Corporate Dietitian at Medifast, Inc.
Willie Degel is owner of Uncle Jack’s Steakhouses and host of Food Network’s Restaurant Stakeout His tips for Thanksgiving: “You always got to think ahead! When I make my mac ‘n’ cheese for Thanksgiving, I bake them in a muffin tray so you can have a bunch of little individual sized portions. That way when there are leftovers you just pop the tray back in the oven to reheat and you can serve them as an appetizer at a potluck or party days later. Who doesn’t like a muffin sized mac n’ cheese? I do this with stuffing too! We also always make creamed cauliflower for Thanksgiving. Most people make a more traditional turkey soup with their leftovers but I like to make a creamier version with the leftover creamed cauliflower and turkey”.
Cauliflower is becoming increasingly popular, but roasting it can get a little old. Here's a meditteranean version that makes for a great snack, hot or cold.
This dish is a great alternative for mashed potatoes, the cauliflower has a significantly lighter calorie count and the same comforting quality — no side is better for special occasions and weeknights alike. The flavor profile dish is simple, with fresh garlic, Parmesan, and thyme. Feel free to switch things up — swap out the Parmesan and thyme for curry powder and raisins, for instance.Click here to see the Simple Ingredients Made Spectacular story.