Cauliflower: The Perfect Potato Substitute

By on April 25, 2015
Cauliflower Rice with Meatloaf

Cauliflower Rice with Meatloaf

White Potatoes are NOT the devil in the Paleo world! A lot of Paleo-holics choose to include Organic White Potato in their diet. I generally avoid it unless I am training for a race or am not concerned about maintaining a weight goal.

One of my favorite Paleo food substitutions is Cauliflower in place white potato. I can’t lie and say that it “Tastes just like potato” but I can tell you that it is pretty darn close.

Did you know that Cauliflower has awesome healing benefits and daily nutritional benefits?

  • A great source of vitamin C & K, protein, riboflavin, magnesium, phosphorus, fiber, vitamin B6, folate, and potassium.
  • Studies show it can help fight cancer
  • Boosts your heart health when eaten regularly
  • Healthy for gut and digestion
  • It tastes delicious!
Cauliflower Hash with Diced Green Peppers

Cauliflower Hash with Diced Green Peppers

Here are a few ways that I love to use Cauliflower rather than Potato in our weekly meals

Cauliflower Hash:  Place Cauliflower in a food Processor and blend until you get a rice like texture. Add Salt, Pepper and one egg. Place in a frying pan with Coconut oil and lightly brown each side until crispy, hah like texture.

Cauliflower Mash: Boil the Florets until they are tender and then mash them just like you would Potato. Add Salt, Pepper, Ghee and Almond milk for a creamy texture.

Cauliflower Rice: Place Florets in a food processor and blend until you get a rice like texture. Put it in a saucepan and add Broth or water. Boil for 8 min or until rice it tender

Cauliflower Crust: Check out this recipe Cauliflower Pizza Crust



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