Healthy Cauliflower Buffalo 'Wings'
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Well I wasn't planning on posting a recipe today but being as I can't stop eating these sons of bitches, I figured maybe someone else might like them too. I hate obsessing all by myself. I've been craving buffalo wings lately. I'm not talking 'bout a craving where just a few wings would set me straight. I'm talking about the kind of craving where I wanna take three dozen of those suckers to bed with me and roll around like a deranged food porn star and ravage my wings while Netflix is playing softly in the background. I mean what better way to finish up my last few Stranger Things episodes, right?
I realize I just gave you an extremely disturbing and grotesque visual at the same time I'm making you think about food. And I do realize how sick and twisted it is to dream about sensually eating chicken wings while I watch a demogorgon slay it's victims in the Upside Down. But if you've followed my blog for any given time, you know I'm not right in the head. And if you're just showing up for the recipe... damn, I'm sorry. This is a lot to put up with for a healthy snack. But at least it's a delicious snack, right? That has to count for something.
I'm so happy that this recipe squashed my powerful craving for buffalo chicken wings. I'm surprised, shocked really, because once my cravings get that out of control they're really hard to tamp down. But this time I'm cured! All I want now is more friggin' buffalo cauliflower.
In addition to being super yummy, these cauliflower wings are stupid easy. You can whip them together in record time. Maybe not within the 30 seconds before Netflix plays the next episode, but it's not much time at all!
If you're a fan of buffalo anything, you gotta try these! They are crazy tasty for hardly any calories (only 62 calories per serving!). This is my new favorite food. If you like cauliflower, this shit is next level. And if you don't like cauliflower, this stuff doesn't really even taste like cauliflower once it's done so I'd say try it anyway!
May you all enjoy this recipe as much as my sick ass does ;)
Healthy Cauliflower Buffalo 'Wings'
Makes 4 Servings
3. Put cauliflower in a gallon-sized baggie. Set aside.
4. In a small bowl, combine hot sauce and butter. Microwave 10 seconds at a time until butter is melted.
5. Add garlic salt and mix.
6. Pour into cauliflower bag, seal, and shake for all you're worth! Keep shaking until all the cauliflower is evenly coated.
8. Bake for 20 minutes.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: Serving Size = 1/4 recipe
62 Calories, 3g fat, 8g carbs, 4g fiber, 4g sugar, 3g protein
You can eat these 'wings' all by themselves or dip them into a healthy and low-calorie blue cheese or ranch dressing.
I love to eat them with eggs and I sprinkle my eggs with a little hot sauce. YUM!
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