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Chickpea & Cauliflower “Rice” Bowl

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Chickpea & Cauliflower “Rice” Bowl

This easy veggie bowl from Healthy Nibbles & Bits offers up cauliflower in a whole new way, as a lower-carb and more nutrient-dense rice substitute. Packed with fiber, Vitamin A, B and K, cauliflower (which is also a cruciferous vegetable) may also offer protective benefits against certain types of cancer. The addition of roasted chickpeas add flavor, crunch and up the protein for a satisfying dinner or grab-and-go lunch.

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Photo courtesy of Lisa Lin. Original recipe can be found on Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

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Healthy Nibbles and Bits
Healthy Nibbles and Bits

Lisa is from San Francisco and has passion for eating well and staying in shape through kickboxing, yoga and cycling classes. She loves experimenting with new recipes and fitness routines, which she documents on her blog, Healthy Nibbles & Bits. When she’s not blogging or exercising, she’s most likely watching “Jeopardy!” or British TV shows. For more from Lisa, follow her on FacebookInstagram and Pinterest.

Photo courtesy of Lisa Lin. Original recipe can be found on Healthy Nibbles and Bits.


4 responses to “Chickpea & Cauliflower “Rice” Bowl”

  1. Avatar ydimas says:

    What makes the sodium count in this recipe so high?

  2. Avatar Nour says:

    I made this yesterday and it was amazing. I can’t get over the flavor – it was delicious, filling and healthy. Plus the cauliflower was a great ‘light’ substitute for rice.

    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Avatar Ana Sretenovic says:

    I really don’t like cauliflower. Do you think if I substitute with broccoli it will be okay?

  4. Avatar Joshua McLaughlin says:

    For the calorie count, does this include the avocado or would they add more?

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