Roasted Nacho Cauliflower

Roasted Nacho Cauliflower

You won’t believe me, and it’s ok.. I understand.

Seriously. There’s no cheese on these Nacho Cauliflowers.. Nope.. None.. Infact no dairy at all!

I know, it’s kinda spooky, right?? But I promise these are ADDICTIVE and YUMMY, maybe even yummier than real cheese coated cauliflower!!

And if you’re like me and can’t have dairy, it’s a great way to get all the taste without compromising your health!

Roasted Nacho Cauliflower


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F
  2. Line a baking sheet with unbleached parchment paper
  3. In your blender, combine all ingredients except cauliflower, blend until smooth
  4. Toss Cauliflower flowerettes with blended nacho sauce until well coated
  5. Spread out on parchment lined baking sheet
  6. Bake at 400 for 20-30 minutes, sometimes I’ll broil them for a few minutes at the end to get them nice and browned!


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Hayley Ryczek

Hayley Ryczek is a health food blogger at Health Starts in the Kitchen and certified Holistic Health Coach educated by the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She is passionate about REAL FOOD for optimum health and enjoys creating healthy recipes that she shares on her blog. Hayley resides in southwestern Pennsylvania with her husband, Ray. Together they have a beautiful organic garden, raise heritage breed chickens & turkeys and enjoy foraging for wild mushrooms & other edible treasures.

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8 Responses

  1. Barbara says:

    these look and sound great. I have the yeast flakes now but my husband, who does the shopping for me, got roasted sunflower seeds. Must I use raw? and why do they need to be soaked overnight/? thanks

  2. Whaaaat?! I can’t wait to share this recipe with my community! Awesome.

  3. Christine says:

    Can I substitute Braggs Amino Acids for the coconut aminos?

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