Loaded Broccoli Cauliflower Cheese Casserole is the kind of goodness you might just make your whole meal. Bacon, cheese… loads of flavor – it’s perfect!
Say that 10 times fast.
For real though. That is one MOUTHFUL of a title.
But, ACTUALLY, just foreshadowing the fact that you’re gonna want A LOT of mouthfuls of this loaded cauliflower recipe. ßYES, you WILL want to eat your vegetables. BELIEVE IT.
I betcha even the “veggie hating” critters (ie: family) that you live with are gonna be singing the cauliflower broccoli song when this low carb cauliflower casserole hits their taste buds.
No idea what that sounds like. Just FYI.
Anyway. It’s RLY RLY that good you guys. The kind of good that you only think will happen when you decide to GRAB hold of the fact that you can eat whatever you want for dinner because, HELLO you’re and adult, so you eat paleo chocolate chip cookies.
BUT, liiike, actually healthy and a TOTALLY acceptable choice for dinner because VEGETABLES and NOURISHMENT.
Not that cookies don’t nourish you. They nourish your SOUL. Butttt, we’re not talking about that with this easy cheesy broccoli loaded cauliflower casserole recipe.
3 things that are gonna make you go “YAH” about this keto loaded cauliflower:
- It’s only S-I-X ingredients. Salt and peppa don’t count because, UMM, who does not have these things?
- There’s bacon. Automatic win at all things good and delicious in life.
- There’s A LOT of cheese. See above re: winning at all things good and delicious.
There is ALSO a HEFTY power-packed-protein Greek yogurt punch to fuel your muscles AND keep you full. I don’t know about you, but when I face veggie-packed dinners, I KNOW that I am going to be hungry approximately .056 minutes later. Greek yogurt makes this NOT SO.
Buuuut, I need to get a little bossy for a second because you NEEDA know a few KEY, VRY VRY important thing that will land you in the camp of veggie BLISS, and not watery-yucky-veggies when making this easy cheesy broccoli loaded cauliflower casserole:
- Maybe roasting the broccoli/cauli first sounds a little weird to you. You’re debating skipping it and just tossing raw veggies with the other ingredients, sticking it in the oven and calling it good.
DO NOT DO THIS.
The veggies will release all their water while cooking and you’ll have a puddle-y, swimming casserole of ICK.
- Like the above, you’re also suspiciously eyeing the step to press out the moisture from the roasted veggies.
Like the above, this will also lead to a watery cauliflower casserole experience and you don’t want that. Trust me, it happened to me 6 TIMES while perfecting this recipe.
There was a lot of soggy casserole eating in the FFF household. AVOID THIS.
Final bossy point:
Use full fat yogurt please and thank you. None of that nonfat business. Which, like your smart-thinking-brain already probably guessed, is also due to the water content of nonfat yogurt being NOT good for your casserole eating adventures.
Bossy Taylor OVER. PHEW. Thank you for sticking with me.
If you’re looking for a veggie recipe, that is gonna actually make you excited to eat things from the EARTH, this easy-peasy loaded cauliflower is YOUR jam.
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