Are you new to the Cauliflower rice train? Me too. I have to admit I only recently jumped on. I am not following a low-carb or grain-free diet but I liked the idea of using it as an easy way to add some more vegetables onto my plate.
If cauliflower rice and cauliflower gnocchi didn’t convince you that there’s nothing cauliflower can’t do, we’d like to introduce you to braised cauliflower puttanesca.
We have witnessed the rise of cauliflower as the ultimate multipurpose ingredient. However, if you’re anything like me, then you have probably had your fill of cauliflower crust pizza or gnocchi.
Cauliflower rice has been all the rage in recent years and for a great reason — it’s chameleon of a vegetable — pairing well with a variety of flavors. It also happens to be one of the most popular grain-free alternatives to regular rice making it a staple in many kitchen today.
What to know before you head into the kitchen.
I lived a happy Trader Joe’s cauliflower gnocchi-free life for well, forever, until the internet, friends, and family told me otherwise. So of course I needed to investigate to see if my meals were missing something good.
Trader Joe’s cauliflower gnocchi has been the sweetheart of the health world lately. Just about everyone who’s even just a little bit health conscious or simple curious has been running to the store to pick up a bag or two to try.
The cauliflower gnocchi craze is here and it’s not going away anytime soon. This healthier take on the classic hearty pasta (made popular by the Trader Joe’s version that hit shelves in spring of 2018) is great for conscious carb lovers all over.
While so many of us have newly fallen in love with cauliflower for being a low-carb sweetheart, that’s just one of many of its selling points. 1 cup of cooked florets contains just 5 grams of carbs, yes, but also only 28 calories, and a whopping 90% of your daily vitamin C needs.
The last—and we mean last—thing you need after tackling your to-do list and making dinner on a typical weekday is a sink full of dishes. We’re right there with you. So we gathered up some favorite easy vegetarian dinners you can make in one vessel, be it baking sheet, skillet, pot, what have you, so you can eat, clean up and get busy relaxing for the rest of the night.
The thing is, even when you aim to eat fewer empty carbs like pasta and bread, the desire for starchy foods doesn’t go away. There’s no denying the comfort factor around tucking into a warm bowl of carbs.
If you’re used to spending all day in the kitchen slaving over your holiday sides, get ready to meet your new best friend: A healthy, luscious, crowd-pleasing dish that tastes amazing, makes your kitchen smell incredible and is ready in—wait for it—30 minutes.
Winter salads are underrated. They’re delicious and so comforting because they’re warm and delicious. I love serving salads with roasted vegetables and roasted garlic, which this salad is all about. The tahini dressing is delicious and adds a nice kick to the subtle flavors in this salad.
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Here’s an excellent example of how quick and easy it is to make a warming homemade soup. This cauliflower soup is lusciously creamy even though it’s dairy- free- and it’s finished with a drizzle of always-welcome roasted garlic oil. This recipe is from The Clean Plates Cookbook ($17; Running Press) by Jared Koch with Jill Silverman Hough.
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