Don't you hate it when you start a recipe and are being so dedicated to taking pictures every step of the way. Always thinking in the back of your mind about how to best demonstrate a recipe in pictures and instructions to your viewers so as to make it a pleasant experience for all those involved.
And then the recipe turns out super awesome, you take a taste to be sure that it is indeed a recipe that is worthy of sharing, one that you are proud of and are so excited to share and then DUN DUN DUUUUN!!!
You forget to take a picture of the finished product because you are too busy eating it!!!
Please tell me I'm not the only one out there that does this...you all make it look so easy and flawless, like it's as simple as taking your next breath without having to think about it.
I made the current low carb and low point Internet favorite of the week. Roasted cauliflower poppers. Sound intriguing?
These nummy little goodies seem to be literally popping up everywhere I look, so I just had to try them out for myself to see what the big deal was all about. I'm so glad I did because I loved them. Super easy, super quick and very satisfying. Maybe not for every one's taste buds but a big thumbs up for mine.
I was even able to get the kids to give them a try.
Here's the before pic, they already look super tasty. Just picture them hot and steamy.
There are lots of recipe's online for cauliflower poppers but to put it simply, all you do is cut up cauliflower into bite size pieces, toss with olive oil and you favorite seasonings ( I used a barbecue rub I picked up at Bass Pro shop) and bake in a 350c oven until cooked through.
They make a great snack or appy, even a side dish. They have zero points if you are on weight watchers , are low calorie and low carb. Not much more to say really....other that num num!