3 Cauliflower Recipes Sure to Please

Cauliflower can be one of those veggies people don’t eat very often but you should. It provides nutrients to 3 body systems:

– Detox
– Antioxidant
– Inflammatory

Cauliflower also has been linked to cancer prevention and high in these vitamins:

– Vitamin C
– Vitamin K
– Folate
– Choline
– B6
– Potassium
– Fiber

The best way to cook cauliflower is a light sauté. You never want to overcook, always leave a little bit of crunch so the nutrients aren’t cooked out. Here’s my 5 favorite recipes using cauliflower that you’ll never even know its cauliflower.

Here are 3 Cauliflower Recipes:


Low-Carb Risotto
by: Vegangela




Cauliflower Tater Tots
by: Oatmeal with a Fork




Cauliflower Tortillas
by Slim Palate





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    • Linda
    • May 2, 2014

    Love this!! Never realized you could use cauliflower in so many ways. Thank you.

  1. Reply

    cauliflower is SO versatile!

    following your blog now. 🙂

    1. Thank you. Yes I was pretty amazed myself, I had to share it.

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