Cauliflower Buffalo Bites (Fed 2 for $2.49)

Buffalo CauliflowerI’ve been trying to eat healthier, but it seems when you try to eat better all you want is junk food. All day, I think about chips, dips, and other crap that is not good for my body. Chicken wings have been on the brain, so I thought of making Buffalo Cauliflower. It was so simple. The most time consuming part was cutting up the cauliflower, and I could have left the pieces bigger, but I wanted them small for the kids to be able to get appropriate sized pieces (worrisome mom). And, the awesome part of this dish, VEGAN! OK… instructions…

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Rinse and cut up one head of cauliflower into chunks (remember they are going to shrink a little after cooking). Get a large Ziploc bag, and put all the pieces of cauliflower in the bag. Add 2 T. EVOO, 1 tsp. Garlic Salt, 1/2 tsp. kosher salt, some fresh ground pepper, and… SHAKE! Coat the cauliflower well, and pour out on a foil lined baking sheet (I used my broiling pan, but either would work!) and cook in preheated oven for 25 minutes.

After cooking, I turned the broiler on and broiled for 2 minutes, but WATCH closely! Then, put cauliflower in a large bowl, and coat with your favorite wing sauce, aprox. 2 T. (or bbq, or whatever 🙂 and enjoy!

We literally ate this for dinner with some other veggies! This would be great for a football game!Buffalo Cauliflower

1 head of cauliflower, chunked $2.49
2 T. EVOO
1 tsp. garlic salt
1/2 tsp. kosher salt
fresh ground pepper

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