Cauliflower vegetable tacos

I have no idea why I waited so long to make them. These cauliflower vegetable tacos were sensational and super easy to put together. They were a huge success!

Cauliflower vegetable tacos | Eat Good 4 Life

For these cauliflower vegetable tacos I used my homemade blue cheese dressing I made a few days ago, however, you can use any other sauce of your choice. I used both blue cheese dressing and buffalo sauce for these tacos. So good…

Have you made your own tacos before? I couldn’t believe how easy these cauliflower vegetable tacos were to make. I actually found cauliflower really cheap at the grocery store so I wanted to try a new recipe with them. I love cauliflower so I am going to try to incorporate it into some of my recipes.

I have seen tacos done with large lettuce and cabbage leaves instead of soft flour tortillas. A much healthier version if you ask me. I have had them at restaurants before and to be honest I do prefer the vegetable wrap version. Will see what I can come up with all these choices.

On another note, fall season is just around the corner so I have device a menu plan to post plenty of pumpkin recipes this coming September. I hope you like pumpkin otherwise I think you are going to hate me this September. Pumpkin up and down left and right here in EG4L!

Anyhow, I hope you like this recipe. Of course you can use any sauce of choice as well as any veggies you may like. Tacos are super versatile so get creative and make it your own.


Cauliflower vegetable tacos | Eat Good 4 LifeCauliflower vegetable tacos | Eat Good 4 Life

Cauliflower vegetable tacos | Eat Good 4 Life


Cauliflower vegetable tacos

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 servings

Total Time: 40 minutes




Preheat your oven to 375F.

Place the cauliflower onto a baking sheet and roast for 20-30 minutes stirring the cauliflower around once. Bake until soft and until it become brown around the edges (like in the picture)

Place the tacos on a Taco holder and place a tablespoon of blue cheese dressing followed by some shredded coleslaw, roasted cauliflower and avocado. Drizzle with more blue cheese dressing and buffalo sauce and serve immediately.

NOTE: You can use any other sauce of your choice.

Screen Shot 2015-08-29 at 7.35.08 PMEach serving equals to two tacos.

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  1. Avocado and chocolate…a heavenly match, isn’t it?!

  2. Loving this yummilicious and luscious smoothie.

  3. Can you taste the banana?

  4. I love this type of smoothie. I just used avocado in my smoothie this morning, it makes them so incredibly rich!

  5. Does it work without the protein powder? My kids pediatrician recommends they don’t have protein powder often. Something to do with it being hard on their kidneys. But, my son needs to gain weight and otherwise, this seems like a perfect smooths for him. I guess I am wondering if it will taste chocolate enough or would I add more cocoa.

  6. I think my mom (which is very much into those kind of things and tasts would like). But on my side, honestly? The taste of the avocado is VERY strong & overpower’s any other taste. I had tu put apple sauce, lots more coco-powder, hot chocolate powder, maple sirup to try to balance it out & still… I could barely taste the chocolate since the avocado taste was so strong. Mabe my avocados were biger than normal… but it didn’t seem to me.

    So I guess a good recepie for avocado lovers but on my side, i’ll keep them for yummy guacamole!

    • Even w/ the 3 ripe bananas in it? Maybe your bananas weren’t that ripe and that is why the avocado flavor was over powering the smoothie bc w/ 2 avocados and 3 bananas the flavor of the avocados shouldn’t be that intense at all.

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