The nice thing about growing cauliflower in your garden is that you can have cauli on demand! Tonight I just decided that I wanted to kick them up a notch. So why not some buffalo parm cauli bites!! These were very tasty and very simple to make.
1 head cauliflower
2tbs grass fed butter
1 cup Buffalo sauce off choice
Grated parmesean to taste
Garlic powder to taste
Salt/pepper to taste
Wash your head off cauliflower and cut into desired dippin size.
In a large bowl, add your sauce, melted butter and garlic powder. Stir well until combined. Throw in your cut cauliflower and stir until all your pieces are coated well.
Dump your cauli bites into your air fryer. Add your salt, pepper and sprinkle with grated parmesean at this time.
Air fry at 400 degrees for about 15 minutes, or until you’re satisfied with the tenderness. Pair with any protein or eat alone. Also, add your favorite keto dippin sauce! I chose sour cream and guacamole and this was a great combo. Enjoy!
Want an award winning side dish? This right here will bring down the house. It’s packed with flavor and is perfectly fit for the Keto lifestyle. You won’t be disappointed. We seen many version flying around the internet and decided to give it a try. I can honestly say, hands down, this is probably one of the best side dishes we’ve made. Hope you enjoy.
1 Large head cauliflower
1 Cup mayo
1 cup powdered parmesan
Prep your cauliflower head. Remove the leaves and butt from the bottom. Don’t cut too deep, you need the head to stay in tact.
While you are prepping your cauliflower, start boiling a pot of water stove top. It needs to be deep enough to cover the entire head. Once the water is boiling, place the head in the water and boil for 6 minutes. Remove from the water and place on a baking sheet lined with foil. (It’s gonna be hot!!)
In a bowl, let’s prepare the topping. Add your 1 cup of mayo, 1 cup of parmesan, pepper and garlic powder, mix well until blended.
Now let’s smother the cauliflower with the topping. Coat the entire outside using the entire contents of the bowl. Put it on nice and thick. We used a rubber spatula and it spread very easily.
Once you are coated, top with bacon crumbles, add some paprika and pop her in the oven. You will bake for 15-16 minutes at 375 degrees.
At the end, pull it out and sprinkle a bit of cheddar on top if you desire. Pop back in a minute or 2 to melt. Once done, pull out and enjoy. It’s fantastic!