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Cauliflower fried rice with bacon

August 31, 2015

If any of you know me well from my Instagram profile, then you know I don’t have the best relationship with veggies 😉 In all my life I have never been a big veggie eater, and I have tried to like them I promise! I do eat some, but it’s pretty limited.. I kept seeing cauliflower rice popping up on my Instagram account and while I was skeptical I thought I would give it a go. I am not a fan of cauliflower on it’s own but I do thoroughly enjoy it in a blended soup. When I was in my 20’s I had a roommate that would make me the best bacon fried rice and I swear I could eat bowl after bowl of it. So I thought if I am going to try this cauliflower version out then I might as well make the most of it, and one way to get me to eat a vegetable would be adding bacon 😉 Now I am not going to lie to you, to me it does not taste like rice, however to my surprise and delight it was amazing! I gobbled up a huge bowl and I will definitely be making more versions of this! 🙂


4.3 from 3 reviews
Cauliflower fried rice with bacon
Recipe type: Side dishes
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Serves: 4
1SP blue, green & purple or 1pp/serving
  • Fresh cauliflower
  • 6 slices cooked low point bacon (I use Oscar Mayer center cut, 2 slices=1pp)
  • Pepper
  1. Cook your bacon, keep a little of the bacon grease aside.
  2. Wash your cauliflower and break up into small pieces. Add to your food processor and blend til a small rice texture forms, should only take a few seconds.
  3. I made 4 cups worth of "cauliflower rice" and only used ⅓ of my head of cauliflower.
  4. Add a small spoonful of your bacon grease to your frying pan or skillet and heat on medium. Add cauliflower rice and pepper (to liking).
  5. Crumble your bacon pieces up and add to pan. Cook on stove for 10-15 minutes turning often.
  6. Serve immediately, makes 4-1 cup servings at 1sp or 1pp each.
  7. Nutritional info (not including cauliflower, as with smart points you do not need to include the veggies in recipe builder) per 1 cup serving.. Calories 45... Fat 2.6g... Saturated fat 1.1g... Carbs 0g... Fiber 0g... Sugars 0g... Protein 4g..






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