Super Bowl Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

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Double whammy today! It’s Super Bowl Sunday!

You didn’t think I was going to leave you better choice-less for the big game, did you??? What kind of a better choices food blogger do you think I am?!?

And, not only am I getting you a super tasty Super Bowl recipe, it’s only three ingredients and takes all of 30 minutes from start to finish.

How’s that for a last minute play?! Huddle up, and let’s make these Buffalo Cauliflower Bites before people start coming over!

Ingredients:
1/2 Head of Cauliflower, separated in bite-sized florets
1 TBS Canola Spread, melted (you can substitute real butter if it’s cheat day)
4 TBS Buffalo Wings Sauce (any zero calorie brand will work – I happen to love Frank’s RedHot® Buffalo Wings Sauce for this)

Preheat oven to 375°.

In a medium-sized bowl, separate half a head of cauliflower into bite-sized florets. Add melted spread and Buffalo sauce to the cauliflower. Toss together to coat. Then, place all the cauliflower on a sheet pan and bake at 375° for 20 minutes.

omgs-dfw-food-buffalo-cauliflower-bites-8Serve with your favorite dipping sauce! Quick and easy!

If you have a large crowd, separate two heads of cauliflower, melt 1/4 Cup of spread/butter, and use 1 Cup of Buffalo Sauce to make the magic happen!

And, I wouldn’t be a very good fan if I didn’t end this post with a heartfelt, “Go Cowboys!” They’ll always be my #1 Team, rain or shine. Enjoy the game!!!! And, thanks for being super fans of my blog! I appreciate every one of you!!!

LET’S KEEP IT REAL: First and foremost, I do everything for the love of food. Most of what I write about is because I love it! If I don’t love it, I tell you about that, too. From time to time, I may receive monetary or product compensation for mentioning products, offering recommendations, providing endorsements, or including links to products or services when I blog. While that may be the case for some posts, it is not the case for all. When it’s sponsored, you’ll see #sponsored when I post. When I’m just sharing the love, I won’t use that particular tag or hashtag. What you need to know is that I only give shout outs when I actually use the product or love it so much it deserves a shout out, sponsored or not.

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