These Crispy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites are a guaranteed showstopper! At first glance, these beauties truly remind you of buffalo boneless chicken (and trust me, they taste just as good, if not better!), however, they aren’t! Just know that your taste buds won’t be able to tell the difference either! With a nice kick of spice coupled with a hint of sweetness from the BBQ sauce + Honey, these cauliflower bites are the perfect appetizer, snack, or addition to any entree. Vegan option available.
I remember making these bites and thinking to myself—-oh my oh my! These are so GOOD!
When it comes to this recipe, I must admit that I am the first one to take the first bite as soon as it’s finished! Haha. I LOVE spice and this is a nice kick, so it’s only inevitable.
The amazing thing about these bites are that you don’t miss meat at all. As many of you may know, I love eating Vegan dishes a few times a week, therefore, this works for those days that I juts want to do so. Simply omit honey and opt in for maple syrup or agave instead and you’re all set!
These Spicy Buffalo Chicken Salad Kale Wraps are filled with so much flavor. Packed with shredded chicken breast that is glazed with a spicy buffalo sauce, along with brown rice, bell peppers, onions, jalapeños, and tomatoes; these kale wraps are the best healthy and easy meal on any given day. Dip them in your favorite dipping sauce and bon appetite! Vegan option available.
This Hawaiian BBQ Buffalo Chicken Pizza is the absolute best pizza I’ve ever made. It comes loaded with mozzarella cheese, Buffalo chicken, spinach, arugula, red onion, green bell pepper, tomato, BBQ sauce, and pineapple chunks. This pizza is sure to be a family favorite! Made in just 20 short minutes.
These Hot + Spicy ‘Nine Mile’ Buffalo Chicken Wings definitely live up to their name—HOT + SPICY! Drenched in hot buffalo sauce with a hint of BBQ sauce and maple syrup to balance the heat, these wings remain a spicy staple inspired by Bob Marley and the Jamaican culture with bold uses of red pepper flakes + scotch bonnet peppers.
These Vegan Mango Habanero Cauliflower Bites are an awesome balance between sweet and spicy, which work perfectly together! At first glance, these bites truly remind you of boneless chicken (and trust me, they taste just as good, if not better!), however, they aren’t! Just know that your taste buds won’t be able to tell the difference either! These cauliflower bites are the perfect appetizer, snack, or addition to any entrée. Vegan and Gluten-free.
This Sticky Teriyaki + Maple Cauliflower recipe is like no other. Truly a sweet tooth satisfies, while remaining true to being a healthier option. Completely vegan and dairy-free. The perfect dinner or lunch choice.
To start, Preheat your oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit and prepare your baking sheet with parchment paper.
Then in a medium bowl, add water, flour, sea salt, black pepper, paprika, dried parsley, red pepper flakes, and garlic powder and whisk together until fully combined. Set aside. In a separate bowl, add bread crumbs and set aside also.
Now dip each cauliflower into batter (shaking off any excess) and then toss into bread crumbs. Then lay each cauliflower side by side on the baking sheet (about an inch apart).
Repeat until all cauliflower are coated. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown and “crunchy” looking. **NOTE: Be sure to flip each cauliflower on opposite side half way through baking time**
In the meantime, combine buffalo sauce, honey, and BBQ sauce in a small pot and let it simmer for 2-3 minutes on medium-high heat (until bubbly).
Remove from heat and let cool for 2-3 minutes before adding cauliflower. Once cauliflowers are crisp, remove from oven and toss them in the sauce until fully coated.
Add coated cauliflower back to baking sheet and place them back in the oven (turning oven on broil) for about 5-6 minutes.
Awesome Meat Substitutes to Try This Year is all about finding out the various ways that you can substitute meat on those days where you just feel like giving your usual eating habits a break or for those who follow a vegetarian and/or vegan lifestyle, this lists offers a few great ideas to incorporate in your diet. Plant Protein–the latest trend that has been transforming 2018 into a year of “no-meat” is just one of the many ways that you can say ‘yes’ to eating a whole diet and ‘no’ to eating meat if desired.
Crispy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites.