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Mexican Cauliflower Rice

This Mexican Cauliflower Rice is the perfect way to enjoy the authentic mexican rice flavors with a healthy twist!

This Mexican Cauliflower Rice is the perfect way to enjoy the authentic mexican rice flavors with a healthy twist!

Hey guys it’s Mexican Cauliflower Rice MONDAY!!! Oh you didn’t know that was a thing?  Well I just decided it’s a thing.  After last week’s sweet potato toast week I just want every day to be themed I think.  But I am super pumped to share this recipe with you because it is one that I was thinking of ever since Vital Proteins (my fave collagen company) came out with their new Bone Broth Collagen powder!  Over the last month or so I have been limiting my coffee a bit and just trying not to have it every day.  I know coffee can mess with adrenals and cortisol levels so I just wanted to back off a tad as I was coming to rely on it too much/ having 2-3 cups a day then not sleeping great.  Now I have it sometimes during the week and then usually on weekends.  In turn, my collagen consumption wasn’t as automatic as it is when I put it in my coffee!  I try to have tea and add it in there but sometimes just forget all around.  SO I have been trying to add it to other dishes when I can so I don’t loose my smooth skin which it has given me!  

To be honest I never jumped on the drinking bone broth straight up train.  I know there were benefits, aka -collagen which I already have covered, and the savory sipping just wasn’t my jam.  But putting broth into dishes is a whole other story!!  This is honestly why I love this powdered bone broth.  Do you know how many times I have opened a carton of chicken broth, used a cup, just to have the rest spoil because you have to use it within 7-10 days of opening?!  It’s the worst.  So now I have my tub of Vital Proteins to turn to when I need that chickeny flavor added to a meal!  You can mix it with water to make your broth for sauces and such but for this recipe I just added it straight into a tomato sauce mixture to replicate mexican rice.  I don’t know if you have had authentic mexican rice but it is unreal!  It usually calls for bouillon to add that savory salty flavor so that is what I knew would be great for the bone broth to come in!  This simple side dish would be a great base for a burrito bowl and is totally Whole30 compliant. YAY!

This Mexican Cauliflower Rice is the perfect way to enjoy the authentic mexican rice flavors with a healthy twist!
To get some of your own Vital Proteins Bone Broth head to their website!

This Mexican Cauliflower Rice is the perfect way to enjoy the authentic mexican rice flavors with a healthy twist!

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Mexican Cauliflower Rice

This Mexican Cauliflower Rice is the perfect way to enjoy the authentic mexican rice flavors with a healthy twist!
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  • Yield: 4 servings

Ingredients

  • 20 ounces cauliflower rice (frozen or fresh)
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • ½ cup tomato sauce
  • 1 scoop Vital Proteins Bone Broth
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • ¼ teaspoon chili powder
  • Salt to taste

Instructions

  • Place a large skillet over medium high heat.  Add olive oil to the pan then cauliflower rice.  
  • Cook, stirring occasionally until rice is cooked through.  
  • While cauliflower is cooking, combine tomato sauce, Vital Proteins Bone Broth, garlic powder and chili powder in a small bowl.  
  • Once rice is done, pour in tomato mixture and stir to combine.  Cook for another minute then salt to taste.  
  • Garnish with cilantro if desired!
7 replies
  1. Kim says:

    I love your recipes! And I’m sure this one will not disappoint! Riced cauliflower is my new jam! However, that bone broth powder is a bit pricy. Is there a substitute? How much actual broth would add to the recipe? Thanks a bunch!

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Thanks Kim!! Well real broth would add too much liquid to the mix so either only add 1 tablespoon of it or try to find a healthy bouillon and use about 1 teaspoon!

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