Top 10 Ways To Use Riced Cauliflower

Here are our top ten recipes that use riced cauliflower, from stuffed peppers, to pizza crust, to rice bowls and so much more!

Here are our top ten recipes that use riced cauliflower, from stuffed peppers, to pizza crust, to rice bowls and so much more!

We showed you how to rice your own cauliflower. Whether you do it yourself or buy it, what do you do with it next? Here are our 10 best recipes that use riced cauliflower.

1. Cauliflower Chicken Nuggets

Cauliflower Chicken Nuggets

 

2. Cauliflower Rice Stuffed Peppers

Cauliflower Rice Stuffed Peppers

 

3. Cauliflower Breadsticks

Cauliflower Breadsticks

 

 

4. Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Cauliflower Pizza Crust

 

5. Mashed Cauliflower with Cheese

Mashed Cauliflower

 

6. Cauliflower Mac & Cheese Soup

Cauliflower Mac and Cheese Soup

 

7. Cauliflower Buddha Bowl

Cauliflower Buddha Bowl

 

8. Cauliflower Fried Rice

Cauliflower Fried Rice

 

9. Cauliflower Latkes

Cauliflower Latkes

 

10. Cauliflower Cheesy Tots

Cheesy Cauliflower Tots

 

Looking for more ideas? Here are more things you can do…

You can use cauliflower rice in place of most grains, such as rice and bulgur. Try it in a tabbouleh salad or a rice pilaf. You can even use it in burrito bowls. Just sub for rice and add protein, beans and sauteed vegetables.  That just sounds delightful, doesn’t it?

Let’s talk breakfast. OK, this is crazy, but you can use riced cauliflower in place of oats. For real. You mix it in with protein powder, milk and whatever spices and toppings you want. You can also make cauliflower pancakes. Just don’t put syrup on them (they’re more savory than sweet).

Potatoes are next. You can substitute cauliflower for potatoes in so many things. Whip up mashed cauliflower instead of potatoes. You can even make them au gratin. Imagine it with a gorgeous roast. Sunday dinner is served.

Finally, riced cauliflower is an awesome addition to sushi. Roll with your favorite sushi ingredients.

Amy Bowen

Amy had no clue how to cook until she became the food reporter for a daily newspaper in Minnesota. At 25, she even struggled with boxed mac and cheese. These days, Amy is a much better cook, thanks to interviewing cooks and chefs for more than 10 years. She even makes four cheese macaroni and cheese with bacon, no boxed mac in sight. Amy is also on the editorial team at The Cookful.