Recipes & Dishes

Roasted Cauliflower Bites

When I tell you that cauliflower is the “new meat” & one of the most upcoming vegetables that has been so underrated, it’s an understatement. Cauliflower has been around for ages, but why now? Lemme tell you… I’ve always been a fan of cauliflower. It can be eaten raw or cooked. It’s delicious! Cauliflower also has some serious health benefits! It can easily be described as a “super-food”. Cauliflower is so very versatile, & is now one of the most popular foods. Here’s some  reasons why you may want to include cauliflower more often in your daily diet.

  1. Its an anti-flammatory
  2. Boost heart health
  3. Rich in vitamins and minerals. Cauliflower is also the cousin of broccoli!
  4. Detoxification
  5. Digestive benefits
  6. Boosts brain health
  7. One serving of cauliflower contains about 77% of the daily recommended daily value of vitamin C. It’s also a good source of vitamin K, protein, magnesium, fiber, vitamin B6, & potassium.

Now that you’ve had a mini crash course on some of the AMAZING health benefits of cauliflower, let’s get into this dish! Shall we?


1/2 of a Cauliflower head (feel free to use a whole head. I used what I had on hand at the time)


Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Smoked paprika


Jane’s krazy mixed up salt



Preheat your oven to 425 degrees. In a large bowl take your chopped/washed & dried cauliflower & generously drizzle in olive oil. Add about 3-4 shakes of turmeric (optional), 1 tbsp of smoked paprika, & other above seasonings. Massage all contents into the cauliflower. Place cauliflower onto cooking sheet & allow to cook until crisp. Enjoy!

Note: you can add any preferred seasoning of choice to make it your own!



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