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Not only are these a good way to get more veggies into your diet, but some protein too!

Nutritious and filling, they can be eaten warm or cold, and you can make a big stack and keep them in the fridge for those peckish moments we all have!

This recipe requires a bit of chopping, so I think it would be therapeutic after a hard day at the office or after a fight with your significant other, hehe, just don’t get carried away and cut yourself.   I also tried Quinoa flour for the first time and was pleasantly surprised!  Can’t wait to try it in my coconut muffins.  

Hope you enjoy them!


3 – 31/2 cups Cauliflower, finely chopped

2 tbsp Olive Oil

Sea Salt

1/2 cup Red Pepper, chopped

1/2 cup Onion, chopped

2 Eggs

1 tbsp grated Parmesan Cheese

4 tbsp Parsley, chopped

4 tbsp Quinoa Flour

Cayenne Pepper

Heat a Skillet on med and add chopped Cauliflower, stir and add 2 tbsp Olive Oil, and Salt lightly

When Cauliflower is nicely browned, add Onion and Pepper stir together and continue cooking on med low for about      3-4 min.  Remove from heat and let cool

In the meantime, beat together the eggs, parmesan cheese, parsley and cayenne, in a large bowl

Add the Cauliflower mixture and blend well 

Add one tbsp at a time of the Quinoa Flour blending and folding in

 Scoop with a large spoon and form into patties

Brown on both sides in a little Olive Oil for couple min on each side

Plate and serve with Yogurt or Sour Creme

Until next time……………..


About Angie's Food Adventures

I thought I could cook in my early twenties, then I found out that Mac and Cheese and Ham Steaks wasn't really cooking. Then I met some vegetarians and tried that for a while. Learned a lot. In my thirties I started craving my Italian roots so I started really paying attention to family recipes. By the time I was 40 I had gained about 20 lbs and had my first gallbladder attack. Note to self: simple carbs are not for me! That's when my journey into healthy eating began. Since then, I've read and researched and read....I've tried a lot of diets and lifestyles and I can honestly say, I've finally established my own way of cooking and preparing food that agrees with me, still keeping to my roots and beyond!

4 responses »

  1. sounds very tasty 🙂 must try

  2. I’m sure if my first comment was posted so sending again. I will definitely try the cauliflower fritters and look forward to your updates!
    Thanks, Ruth

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