These cheesy cauliflower breadsticks are low-carb, absolutely yummy, and super easy to make with store bought cauliflower crumbles.
Store bought cauliflower crumbles are now readily available on store shelves, making it easier than ever to make yummy, low-carb treats. Once you try cauliflower as a starch substitute, you’ll be amazed at how wonderful it is.
Last week, I blogged about this cauliflower crust pizza. It was a huge hit with the fam, and I plan on adding it to the meal rotation.
Today’s recipe~cheesy cauliflower breadsticks~was another hit with the kids. We dipped these in our favorite pizza sauce (Del Grosso) and felt like we’d really splurged! I served these with spaghetti squash (another new obsession that I’ll blog about soon), and we were totally riding the yummy train!:-)
These are super easy to make but do require a bit of in and out of the oven and flipping the crust. The reason this in necessary is to ensure that both sides of the crust bake to a golden crusty exterior. It also makes the breadsticks more breadlike so that they can be picked up and eaten like real bread.
A few handy kitchen tools can make this process a lot easier, especially if you plan to make cauliflower crusts often. Pizza pans with holes and a large baking grid make the process a snap. Two of my faves are below.
This Faberware Pizza Crisper lets air circulate underneath the pan so that the bottom of the crust will get cooked more quickly. I keep two of these and use them to “flip” cauliflower crust so that both sides can be perfectly browned.
I love this 14 1/2 x 20 Nonstick Baking Grid and simply place it atop a foil lined baking sheet to bake or roast foods that need circulation and even browning.
If you try these, please leave feedback! I hope someone out there enjoys these as much as we do:-) As always, thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy!!!
Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 948Total Fat 44gSaturated Fat 24gCholesterol 107mgSodium 1892mgCarbohydrates 63gSugar 15gProtein 96g