Baked Buffalo Cauliflower
Whether it is a big game day or just a regular weekend, if you love heavy chicken wings and blue cheese dressing - how about a recipe for baked Buffalo cauliflower bites from Persnickety Plates and Melissa’s kitchen. This easy to make recipe is vegetarian and will help keep your heart healthy while making sure you get no extra unwanted calories.Melissa is a homemaker and has a passion and love for cooking healthy recipes with easy to find ingredients. Cauliflower is a great option since it stands up to baking without getting too soft and this cauliflower recipe will surprise a lot of people who are not fans of vegetarian cuisine. If you are looking for a weekend (or Super Bowl!) snack that delivers great taste without the unwanted frying and added calories of many usual snacks then this easy to make cauliflower recipe should be on your list.
Cauliflower is the one vegetable which is usually boiled, roasted, steamed or just served raw as part of a crudité platter. This recipe uses batter made from flour and some spices with a dash of hot sauce and it delivers taste and will fill you up without adding to your cholesterol count. You can substitute regular flour for organic flour and if you are not partial to hot sauce you can add some honey and make them sweet rather than hot. The batter is always nice since it gives the cauliflower recipe a soft outside texture that goes great with the crunchy cauliflower texture. The sauce that compliments this cauliflower recipe is easy to make and you can substitute the butter with ghee that is just as good but cuts down on some of the artery clogging butter. Melissa also uses olive oil spray for coating the baking sheet that is a lot healthier than the canned spray that is full of preservatives. This unique recipe can substitute for many of the usual big game snacks that are not always waistline friendly. The cooking and prepping time are approximately 1 hour so it will not take too long and in the end, this cauliflower recipe will have the crowd cheering for more.
Cauliflower is rich in Vitamin C and low in carbohydrates and is high in protein. It comes in many different colors from the many different regions of Europe and Asia. It has been around since the second century and with the possibility of cooking it in so many different ways you have options. This specific recipe for the cauliflower is a testament to its versatility and a great option for Super Bowl Sunday snacks. The next time you want to make a healthy and tasty snack for the whole family to enjoy consider Melissa’s baked Buffalo cauliflower recipe you will not be let down Bon apetit.
Nutrition Facts for: Baked Buffalo Cauliflower From Persnickety Plates
Ingredients: Cauliflower, all purpose flour, water, Frank's wing sauce, garlic salt, dried onion, salted butter, salt.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 93,Calories from ,Potassium 204mg 6%, Carbohydrates 3.5g 1%, Dietary Fiber 1.7g 7%, Sugars 1.6g, Protein 1.4g, Vitamin A 6%, Vitamin C 52%, Calcium 2%, Iron 2%
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