Cauliflower is making the rounds in your grocery store in different food offerings. It is a popular pizza crust option for those craving low carbs. Food blogger expert Lindsay Grimes Freedman generously offers us 75 unique cauliflower recipes for all tastes out there. The versatility of cauliflower will increase as an alternative for healthier eating. I strongly recommend you get the latest book from Lindsay Grimes Freedman. Keep an eye on Cauliflower Power: 75 Feel-Good, Gluten-Free Recipes Made with the World’s Most Versatile Vegetable.
Low in carbs, fats, and sugars, and naturally packed with vitamin C, cauliflower is the super-est of all super-foods. Why cauliflower? It’s a chameleon and can take on any flavor and texture. In her first cookbook, food blogger and recipe developer Lindsay Grimes Freedman brings her expertise in creating delicious, healthful, and practical recipes to one of the food world’s most trending topics: cauliflower. With more than 75 recipes built around the five ways to prep cauliflower (as a whole head, florets, steaks, riced, and meal), Freedman transforms this versatile veggie into smoothies and scones, pizza crusts and pasta sauces, and sides and salads. Super swaps include falafel made with cauliflower and Caesar salad made with a cauliflower-based dressing, even cauliflower nachos, “bacon” bits, tots, and French toast. The recipes are healthful and easily adaptable for any diet without skimping on flavor or satisfaction. By harnessing the power of this anti-inflammatory veggie, readers will reap all the benefits of a plant-based diet without missing out on any of the good stuff.
Fun Fact: Green cauliflower is sometimes labeled as “broccoflower” creating the confusion that it is a cross between broccoli and cauliflower (it isn’t).