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Buffalo Cauliflower Bake

Updated: Nov 25, 2021

I feel like I'm going to get some dirty looks for saying this, but I don't really care for football as much as I used to. I used to get super emotional and felt like it was the end of the world if my team lost a game (war eagle anyways), but it just doesn't excite me as much as it used to. First world problems, am I right? Anywho's, I still love me some football food and I figured anything with buffalo sauce as an ingredient counts as such. What I appreciate about this recipe is how low fuss it is, even by my standards. If you've ever had fried buffalo cauliflower wings this gives me the same vibes, but without the dipping of each piece of cauliflower in batter and breading and all that mess. Not to mention this would make a great side for Thanksgiving too. All in all, lazy girl approved :) Also, please ignore how untoasted my breadcrumbs are in these pictures, I decided to tweak the recipe after the fact. Okay, proceed to the recipe!

  • I've tried this recipe with both chives and green onions as a garnish and it really comes down to preference. Chives just have a stronger flavor so if you aren't a fan, the green onions (scallions) will work just fine.

  • I used Primal Kitchen buffalo sauce for this recipe and I must say, its probably one of the best buffalo sauces I've ever had. It can be pretty pricey, but it's worth it in my opinion. Super clean ingredients and it has a thicker, more creamy texture than normal buffalo sauce which tends to be more runny. You can find it at Sprouts, Whole Foods, or Thrive Market but I was able to get 2 very large bottles at Costco for the price of one, small bottle anywhere else. Also makes a great dipping sauce. But if you can't handle the heat, I would not get this brand. It is fairly spicy!!

  • If you're feeling extra lazy, highly recommend buying cauliflower pre-chopped. Trader Joe's sells a bag for around $2-$3. I'm all for shortcuts!



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