Just in case you didn’t get enough recipes for cauliflower in our post 53 Tantalizing Cauliflower Recipes For When you Have Extra, here are forty-eight MORE recipes for your enjoyment. Cauliflower truly is an amazingly versatile vegetable. Whether you are vegan, gluten-free, low carb, or just love some fried cauliflower patties, it’s a winner.
Creamy Cauliflower Casseroles
What’s better than blue cheese and bacon? Not much! This cauliflower bake recipe from Happy Foods Tube is a winner.
Here’s a great vegan side dish that’s reminiscent of cheesy potatoes. It’s made with cauliflower and nutritional yeast. Get the recipe from Rhian’s Recipes.
Here’s another cauliflower bake, this time with quinoa and kale. Check out the gorgeous pictures from Panning The Globe!
Pasta, cauliflower and cheese make a perfect combination in this baked casserole. You can’t really have too much brie.
Need something unique to bring to a family gathering? Try this cauliflower gratin with a few unique twists from The Heritage Cook.
Broccoli, cauliflower and cheese. It’s a classic for a reason. Here’s a version with Velveeta.
Beef and sour cream are the real stars of this bake, but the cauliflower rice makes it a great low carb dish! Here’s the recipe.
Aged cheddar, cauliflower, and corn star in this simple but yummy casserole from Brooklyn Farm Girl.
For a fast low carb meal, try this instant pot casserole from Adventures of Mel.
Ham, broccoli, and cauliflower are winners in this great dish. Use up leftover holiday ham! Get the recipe from The Kitchen Is My Playground.
Horseradish sauce and asiago cheese lend a lot of flavor to this casserole from Platter Talk.
Use Cauliflower for a Vegan Main Dish
Breading cauliflower makes a fun, dip-able vegetable that even kids enjoy. Get the recipe from Kudos Kitchen.
Love mushrooms? Try them with cauliflower in this vegan bake from Vegan In The Freezer.
Battered and baked, try some cauliflower in these unconventional vegan tacos from Crave Veggies.
These yummy roasted cauliflower have an fun mint dip included in the recipe. Give it a try from Salt and Lavender.
If you cut your cauliflower carefully, you can even shape it like a steak! Parmesan breading and roasting make these a tasty side dish or vegetarian main course.
Switch up the seasonings a bit, and try this meatless po bo sandwich from Cadry’s Kitchen.
Break out the barbeque and grill up some cauliflower to go in this veggie bowl from Veganosity.
Use cauliflower to add heartiness and flavor to multiple dishes with this meaty crumbles recipe from Spabettie.
Vegetarian low carb chili? Cauliflower can do anything! Give it a try from Divalicious Recipes.
Meatless meat balls? I didn’t know that was a thing, but they look delicious anyway! Here’s how to make them from Divalicious.
Shepherd pie with no meat or potatoes? You sure CAN make that with this recipe from Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary.
In this shepherd’s pie version, mushrooms stand in for the meat and are paired with mashed cauliflower. Get the recipe from Delicious Everyday.
Fried Cauliflower Recipes!
By making these cauliflower pancakes from Imagelicious, you can have fried cauliflower patties to go with many different meals!
Mixing cauliflower with batter and frying in oil makes delicious cauliflower patties. Find out how from OMGfood.
Deep frying not your thing? How about an air fried stir fry with plenty of cauliflower. Get the recipe from Vegan In The Freezer.
Here’s an air fryer version with tahini from Two Sleevers. Yum!
Hash browns! Oh yeah. Fried cauliflower has never been better. Here’s the recipe from Eat Drink Paleo.
According to Pepper Bowl, the big secret to delicious fried cauliflower is the temperature of the oil. Looks yummy to me!
Cheesy cauliflower patties. Mmmm. Here’s the recipe from Fearless Dining.
This fried cauliflower goes great with poached eggs. Make a great breakfast, and check it out at Spinach Tiger.
Did someone say cheese steak? I’m so there. Check out how Spinach Tiger adds in cauliflower!
Low Carb Bread, Tortillas, and Breakfast!
Cauliflower makes a great vessel for low carb foods. Find out how to use it for a grilled cheese sandwich from The Decorated Cookie.
Need a tortilla substitute? Try this cauliflower tortilla recipe from Cook Eat Go.
Here’s another wrap made from cauliflower and eggs. Give it a try from Skinny Fitalicious.
Do you miss a creamy bowl of oatmeal in the morning? Give this recipe based on cauliflower a go! Find out how at Diabetes Strong.
Even if you’re not a big mashed cauliflower fan, you really can’t go wrong when there is garlic butter involved. Check out the recipe from Eat Drink Paleo.
Mashed cauliflower doesn’t have to be complicated. Keep it simple and delicious with this recipe from Champagne Tastes.
Honestly, you don’t even have to cook your cauliflower if you have a strong enough blender. Here is a version for you raw food people!
Here is a yummy baked version (with cheese!) from Beauty and the Foodie.
If you’re looking for that perfect potato texture, don’t forget you can always go half potatoes and half cauliflower too! Here’s how VNutrition makes theirs.
This recipe from Mommy Moment offers advice on how to combine potatoes and cauliflower for the perfect texture for even picky eaters.
However, if you want 100 percent cauliflower, it may be a good idea to roast it first for delicious mashed side dish. Here’s how from Salt and Lavender.
Cauliflower Pizza Recipes
Here’s an interesting recipe for pizza you can make on the stovetop, AND it’s high protein. Get the details from Mason Woodruff.
Here’s a yummy looking cauliflower pizza crust recipe from Princess Pinky Girl made from common ingredients you probably already have.
How about a breakfast pizza casserole? Give this recipe a try from Skinny Fitalicious.
Classic cauliflower crust, delicious tomato and basil pizza. Get the recipe from Culinary Ginger.
And certainly don’t feel limited to using cauliflower instead of crust. It also goes fabulously ON TOP of pizza as well.
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