If you’re looking for a way to get your typical diet back on track now that you’ve had your fill of Thanksgiving leftovers, this low-carb meal option is a must! It requires very few ingredients and will make a great side or main dish come dinnertime.
This recipe for roasted cauliflower with butter sauce comes from Bites of Flavor and meets all of your post-Thanksgiving needs. It’s healthy, comforting, warm and, yes, still delicious, even without all of the added carbs and calories.
To make it, you’ll need a head of cauliflower, butter, red pepper flakes, lemon juice and a few other spices to really give the dish its flavor. Then, some time in the oven will yield perfectly roasted cauliflower that’s just the right amount of crispy. Finally, it’s time to drizzle on the butter and devour!
Due to its versatility, this isn’t the only meal that can be easily made with cauliflower. In fact, it can be used as a substitute for meat and carbs in quite a few of your favorite dishes.
For example, if you find yourself craving buffalo wings, this recipe for buffalo cauliflower bites from Dinner at the Zoo is a great alternative. You can coat them in your favorite sauce and serve ’em up with celery and carrots for yourself or for a crowd, guilt-free:
You can even substitute noodles for cauliflower to make a healthier version of macaroni and cheese this holiday season. You only need cauliflower, cream cheese, cheddar cheese and a few other ingredients to make this delicious recipe from Domestically Creative come to life:
And come taco night at your home, you’ll have the perfect healthy dinner option: cauliflower tacos! This recipe from Vegan Miam combines cauliflower and chipotles in adobo sauce for all of the flavor you could ever need. You definitely won’t miss the meat in these tasty vegan tacos:
So, cauliflower for dinner tonight?