With baking quickly becoming a popular isolation hobby, many of us are beginning to crave some at-home snacks, sans the sugar.
Sheridan Hauser, Personal Trainer, Nutritionist, and Instructor at RISE by Studio PP shares her go-to cauliflower loaf, a simple and healthy snack that is best served topped with avocado or hummus.
Note: this recipe is gluten free, dairy free and paleo
*Notes: To make the cauliflower rice, wash half a cauliflower head and roughly cut into squares. Using a food processor, blend the cauliflower until a rice-like texture forms. If you don’t have a food processor, you can grate half the cauliflower head instead. Using a cheese cloth, milk bag or paper towel, squeeze out any excess moisture from the cauliflower (the moisture can cause the loaf to be soggy).
Tip: Any leftover cauliflower rice can be stored in the fridge and used it as a rice alternative.
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