For the days when you’re trying to make the most of the ingredients you have on hand and limit trips to the grocery store, get resourceful with foods you might have in the freezer – like a bag of cauliflower rice.
Cauliflower rice is a great go-to if you’re looking for a low carb option, but it’s also a great way to sneak in additional veggies without altering the flavor of your meal. Ahead, we found 10 easy-to-make dinners that start with a bag of cauliflower rice (fresh or frozen) we’re sure the entire family will enjoy.
When you’re looking for a comfort meal, whip up this hearty casserole oozing with cheese and beefy goodness. The cauliflower rice keeps it low-carb and keto-friendly.
This Thai-inspired bowl is packed with so much flavor, you won’t even miss white rice. It’s spicy, sweet, nutty, and full of healthy ingredients.
We’re celebrating #TacoTuesday with this Mexican bowl. The best part is you can customize it with whatever toppings or sauces you please.
Give this old school classic a keto-friendly twist by substituting traditional white rice with a cauliflower version.
With a few spices, you can transform shrimp and cauliflower rice into a Cajun-spiced dinner. The best part about this meal is it’s ready in less than 20 minutes.
Just when you’re growing tired of cauliflower rice, this flavor-packed recipe will change your mind. The shredded coconut adds so much flavor, you’ll think it came from a restaurant.
Bring SoCal Mexican to your kitchen with this light but flavor-rich bowl. And don’t forget a squeeze of lime before you dive in. It makes all the difference.
You can eat this as a dinner or snack accompanied by tortilla chips. Either way, it’s full of the buffalo wing flavor we all know and love.
There are days when you need to get dinner on the table in minutes and this is a great go-to without sacrificing on flavor or nutrition.
A great vegetarian-friendly option, this skillet meal is a great way to use all those veggies stored in your fridge. If you want to add meat, go ahead, but this veggie-loaded dish is filling on its own.
xx, The FabFitFun Team