Buffalo Cauliflower Bites Receipe

This is my take on buffalo cauliflower bites. Whenever I try a new recipe, I love to add my own spin to it. I am sharing how to make the buffalo bites, but I will also share how they could be served. Let’s get it started!


1 head of cauliflower

1/2 cup water

1/2 cup flour

2/3 cup buffalo wing sauce

1/2 tsp salt

1/4 tsp black pepper

3 cloves of garlic

1 tbsp melted butter

Start by preheating the oven to 450 degrees. Take the head of cauliflower and cut it into bite-sized pieces. In a medium mixing bowl add water, flour, salt and black pepper stir until smooth in consistency. Add chopped cauliflower into the mixture and gently stir the cauliflower in the mixture until each piece is coated.

Take a cookie sheet and spray it with non-stick spray. Use tongs to transfer the cauliflower from the mixing bowl to the cookie sheet making sure no pieces are touching. Place the cauliflower into the oven for 15 minutes.

In another mixing bowl, add buffalo sauce melted butter, and minced garlic cloves stir until blended evenly. After 15 minutes, remove the cookie sheet from the oven. Take the cauliflower and place it into the buffalo sauce mixture and gently coat all the bites. Place them back on the cookie sheet, and place back into the oven. Bake for 35 minutes, check midpoint to see if the bites need to be turned.

How to serve

I have made this dish a couple of ways. One way is to serve the bites with a delicious, refreshing salad. Another way is with baked potatoes! This week I made loaded baked potatoes with buffalo cauliflower bites! The added toppings were thin-sliced celery, blue cheese dressing and blue cheese crumbles! It was so filling and yum!

What are some ways you would serve the buffalo cauliflower bites? Post a picture using hashtag #cauliflowerpower! I hope you enjoy this recipe, let me know how it turns out for you, below in the comments. Remember to like and share too!

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Chara Jané View All →

Sharing the sunshine of life; wife, mom, faith, and purpose.

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