What I Ate This Week | Buffalo Cauliflower Bites Are Your New Favorite Snack

Yes, that is a bold statement I put in the title of this post. I’m kind of bossing you around, right? But if you make them, you’ll understand.

Here’s what I ate this week:

Buffalo Cauliflower Bites Buffalo Cauliflower Bites & Ranch Dip from Nutrition Stripped // These are so good, I can’t even. They’re spicy and the (vegan!) ranch dip is cool and tangy, just like real ranch dressing. We usually have a late lunch on Saturdays, so we make a smaller dinner and these were perfect. If you’re looking for healthy snacks for football season, go pin this recipe!

Apple Pie Chia Smoothie Apple Pie Chia Smoothie from Henry Happened // And speaking of healthy twists on classics! Stephanie from Henry Happened posted a trio of fall smoothies last month and I decided to make this one. It really does taste like an apple pie in smoothie form.

Pan-Fried Tofu and Kale Bowl Pan-Fried Tofu and Kale Bowl from The Pancake Princess // I never get tired of kale. Despite being fried, the tofu isn’t too greasy because only a tablespoon of oil is used to fry it. I added sriracha to mine, of course. This was a tasty, light meal!

Easy Vegetarian Quinoa Chili Easy Vegetarian Quinoa Chili from Food Recipes HQ // We loved this! I’ve never made chili with quinoa before and this was perfect. I added a little veggie broth to the pot before simmering because I think my tomato sauce was extra thick.

Sicilian Style Cauliflower Sicilian-Style Cauliflower from Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker // Yes, it’s definitely slow cooker season. I love cauliflower, so I was excited to make this recipe and it didn’t disappoint. Cooking cauliflower in wine always has delicious results.

Butternut Squash and Chickpea Stew Butternut Squash and Chickpea Stew from Real Simple // So tasty! I love this time of year because summer squash is still in season (just barely!) and winter squash is in season too. It’s a happy time, right? Although the recipe suggests serving over couscous, we had it with brown basmati rice.

Kiersten Frase

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Comments

  1. says

    Ha! Looking through what you ate this week, I am feeling reminiscent. We made buffalo cauliflower bites for the Superbowl this year and we were obsessed!!! Also, I make a carrot/apple/quinoa chili that you might love…..

  2. says

    Those cauliflower bites look fantastic! Actually everything looks fantastic! I don’t know what took me so long to find your blog…I’ve spent the last 20 mins drooling over all your recipes. You are incredibly talented!

  3. says

    I’ve been seeing those Buffalo Cauliflower Bites everywhere–gotta give them a try! Then again, everything in this post looks delicious. ;)

  4. Kelli says

    As someone who used to LOVE buffalo wings, I was skeptical about this recipe…..OH. MY. YUM!! While it didn’t taste like a buffalo wing, the texture was reminiscent of a boneless Buffalo wing!! I am in love! Even my husband told me that you would never think it was cauliflower. Thanks for the great recipe! Now I can get my buffalo fix without the fat!!!

  5. says

    I think the reason I could never go vegetarian is that I just don’t have the imagination and creativity in the kitchen that you have! The only way that would ever occur to me to eat Cauliflower (which I TOTALLY LOVE) is steamed, baked or broiled…with butter or cheese on it. ;) I do love me a smoothie though!

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