Using the same idea as pizza crust, it’s easy to make a low carb cheesy cauliflower breadsticks recipe instead. Simply leave out the pizza sauce!

Using the same idea as pizza crust, it's easy to make low carb cheesy cauliflower breadsticks recipe instead. Simply leave out the pizza sauce!

I’m always amazed by all the fantastic things you can do with cauliflower. It’s a staple ingredient on low carb and goes way beyond a potato substitute.

When I got started on this way of life, I discovered that cauliflower can make a fantastic pizza crust. As the years went on, I also experimented with using it in chocolate pudding and pie crust.

I’ve also seen others sneak this versatile vegetable into pumpkin pie because it’s a terrific thickening agent. Because of this property, it’s often used to thicken soups as well.

But, I’ve gone back to the basic pizza crust recipe to make a low carb cheesy cauliflower breadsticks recipe. And, you don’t have to limit yourself with the standard rectangular sticks.

Cheesy cauliflower bread sticks recipe

After rolling out the “dough” mixture, I figured I’d experiment with different shapes and sizes. So, I went looking into my baking supply drawer to see what kind of cookie cutters I could find.

Because Valentine’s day is only a few weeks away, I made a few of the cauliflower breadsticks in heart shapes. To shape the dough, I simply used heart cookie cutters on the rolled out dough.

Of course, you can use any shape you want. And, you can make cute little mini bites that are perfect for holidays or special occasions!

With the superbowl coming up, you could even do little footballs as appetizers. You don’t even have to tell your guests that there’s cauliflower in there!

Cheesy cauliflower bread sticks recipe

I’m thinking the cute little shapes may even help get the kids to eat their vegetables. With all the yummy cheese on top, they might not detect the healthy veggie in these cheesy cauliflower breadsticks.

I love trying to pass off healthier low carb versions of popular foods to my family and friends. I’m usually more successful with the savory recipes versus the sweets.

Since I haven’t had real sugar in ages, my taste for sweets is much less than others. So, I usually cut the normal amount of sweetener in recipe to half.

If I’m going to get my non low carb family and friends to eat low carb treats, I need to up the sweetener. Unfortunately, that usually makes the food inedible for me.

Cheesy cauliflower bread sticks recipe

In my early days of low carb, I relied on a lot of sweet recipes. But, now that I’ve been away from sweets, I prefer savory food like these cheesy cauliflower breadsticks.

I’ve come to realize that it’s not just sugar that plays havoc in the body. It’s eating sweets in general which also includes treats made with alternative sweeteners.

I started reading about other hormones, like the hunger hormones ghrelin and leptin. Turns out that these hunger hormones likely get off balance when eating sweets.

I’ve noticed an increase in appetite after I eat low carb sweet foods. That’s why I’ve significantly cut back on the number of dessert type recipes recently.

Cheesy cauliflower bread sticks recipe

To be honest, why would you need sweets, when you can satisfy hunger with savory foods like these cheesy cauliflower breadsticks? If you are having weight loss stalls or even weight gain, try eliminating sweets in your diet.

Although sweet recipes are pretty popular over holidays, I’ve noticed a lot of low carb community groups don’t want them. It’s likely because they really shouldn’t be eaten regularly.

If you are looking for more of a traditional breadstick, I’ve got a fat head style recipe here. That one is a copycat of the Little Caesars Crazy Bread.

Are you a fan of sneaking cauliflower and other keto vegetables into your food? If so, what’s your favorite recipe that makes the veggie nearly undetectable?

Low Carb Cheesy Cauliflower Breadsticks Recipe

Cheesy cauliflower bread sticks recipe

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