Just when I think there is nothing else I can use cauliflower for…I come up with a new idea – Cauliflower Muffins!
Yep! These babies only have 8 ingredients – none of which are bread or cheese. That means these muffins are gluten-free, dairy-free, keto, low-carb, and a whole bunch of other diets friendly!
They are super easy to make and hold up well. You can pick them up and they won’t fall apart. I had these with some zoodles and bolognese sauce and they stood in for garlic bread. I feel like they would also be good for breakfast, to serve with soup, or just as a snack!
Another day…another recipe for a casserole! I feel like it has been the summer of casseroles for me. They are easy to make, you can eat off of them for days, and it feels like comfort food!
Plus, it’s a little bit of a challenge to try and make them healthy. Casseroles usually have a ton of cream, cheese, bread, etc. in them. Working my way around ingredients that aren’t Ideal Protein approved has been a fun puzzle to figure out!
I think this casserole might be my favorite! I have made this Southwest Chicken Cauliflower Casserole twice over the past month!
Looking for a dish to take to your next cookout, family reunion, or get together this summer? I’ve got you covered. My friend Melissa made Cauliflower Tabbouleh this weekend for a cookout we had and it was a hit! I just had to have her share the recipe so I could share it with all of you!
This tabbouleh is light and perfect for a hot summer day. Plus, it’s super healthy! Works as a great alternative for potato or macaroni salad. And, it would be perfect for an Ideal Protein Phase 1 lunch!
If you’re on any type of healthy eating plan there probably isn’t a whole lot of Italian food in your life. But what happens if that is all you really want? Well, you have two options…suck it up 🙂 OR try to figure out how to make “healthier” Italian food. Last week I went on the search for just that and came across Delish’s recipe “Best Cauliflower Baked Ziti.”