Monday, March 11, 2013

Cauliflower Buffalo Wings

Say whaaaaaaaaaaaaat? Say YEAH. I saw this recipe on Pinterest (I know weird, right? Psych) and I was like yep, that's what I'm doing with my Spring Break.

I am not even a huge fan of buffalo wings, but my little brothers are. Since they are my biggest food critics, I knew if I could impress them, I could impress all of you. So I made these, impressed them, and now, you. Okay. Here is my version, modified from the original recipe!


For the Batter:
1/2 cup flour (I used whole wheat, but if you're gluten free, I recommend rice flower)
1/2 cup water
Pinch of salt

For the Buffalo Sauce:
1/4 cup Wing Sauce (See what I used below)
1/4 cup oil (I used vegetable oil)

Sorry there aren't any pictures of the prep. I didn't think they'd turn out that well so didn't take pictures. I was wrong, okay?!


1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Mix together the batter ingredients in a small bowl. Dip the cauliflower pieces in the batter until coated evenly, then place on a greased baking sheet. (Note: The batter shouldn't be SUPER thick. I used a little more than 1/2 cup water, but start with that)

2. Bake for about 15 minutes, or until the batter hardens on the cauliflower.

3. While they're baking, mix together the sauce ingredients in a small bowl/cup.

I used this kind of wing sauce:

You're supposed to make your own but I was

4. Once the cauliflower is done baking, brush them with the sauce mixture and bake again for a few more minutes (I baked mine for 6 more) until your cauliflower is crispy.

5. Remove from oven, devour with some bleu cheese dressing OR what I used, a yummy vegan ranch.



  1. I'm skeptical about whether a vegetable can really have Buffalo wing flavor. But I'm going to give it a try. Thanks for the recipe.

  2. Interesting recipe! Will definitely be trying.

  3. Just by looking at them, i can tell they are so spicy.

    revenue cycle management

  4. Cooking is essential part of our life. since without nutrition people can't survive. Therefore, when my niece overcame all the college essay and admission preparation, I gathered a list of recipes for her not to take up fast food: Recipes & Ideas for On-Campus Cooking

  5. Better lifestyle habits will reduce YOUR risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity and more! You will feel better, have more energy and reduce your risk of other illnesses. Living healthy also elevates your mood, helping you to feel happy and have more self confidence, which results in a better quality of life.

    Health Blog

  6. I was just asking friends for a cauliflower recipe. Will try this tonight or tomorrow. Thanks for posting. Visiting from

  7. this look so yummy thanks for posting!

  8. Hey, Your post is very well.Its very informative article for us.And I am sure it will be very helpful for us.

    And you can see this article Healthy Life thanks.