Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower

These Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower Bites are so easy to make and taste absolutely phenomenal. My whole family devoured the pan.

Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower is a super simple side dish recipe that comes together quickly and pairs perfectly with everything!

These Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower Bites are so easy to make and taste absolutely phenomenal. My whole family devoured the pan. pinterestParmesan Roasted Cauliflower is my newest baked veggie obsession! This simple side dish is so easy to make with virtually no clean-up!

Not only is this a delicious vegetable side dish, but it can also double as a vegetarian chicken nugget! Winning!

One of my favorite easy side dishes to make during the week are my Parmesan Roasted Potatoes.

I am not kidding when I say that I make them at least 3 times a month. And that’s saying a lot for a food blogger, who has a high turn-over of recipe testing.

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These Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower Bites are so easy to make and taste absolutely phenomenal. My whole family devoured the pan.

It hit me the other day that, if I like roasted cauliflower AND my parmesan roasted potatoes, why not try to make the same recipe, but with a little twist of cauliflower?

I mean, less carbs on a weekday is never a bad thing, right?

You guys – I made a whole head of cauliflower and between my and my 4 kids, we devoured every last bite.

These Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower Bites are so easy to make and taste absolutely phenomenal. My whole family devoured the pan.

Here’s the best part – There are virtually no dishes to clean up!

I place my cauliflower florets in a large zip close bag, add a little olive oil, toss to coat and then add the rest of the ingredients.

Shake it all up and pour it onto a lightly greased, foil lined pan.

These Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower Bites are so easy to make and taste absolutely phenomenal. My whole family devoured the pan.

Pop it in the oven and roast away!

I can’t even tell you how much I LOVE this stuff.

I made a whole head of cauliflower the next day for lunch… for just me…

Yeah.

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These Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower Bites are so easy to make and taste absolutely phenomenal. My whole family devoured the pan.

You’ll definitely want to add this recipe to your weekly rotation.

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Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower

These Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower Bites are the perfect quick and easy side dish, or double as a vegetarian baked chicken nugget!

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Ingredients

  • 7 cups cauliflower florets, cut to bite sized pieces
  • 3 to 4 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 cup Italian bread crumbs
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/3 cup parmesan cheese

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Line a large, rimmed baking sheet with foil and spray liberally with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.
  2. Combine the cauliflower and olive oil in a large zip close bag and shake to coat.
  3. Add the remaining ingredients to the bag and shake until coated, pressing slightly to help the breading stick. Pour onto the baking sheet and spray the tops of the cauliflower with cooking spray and bake for 20 minutes. Stir the cauliflower and continue to bake an additional 10 minutes. Serve hot. Enjoy!
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Shawn is the Owner and Creator of I Wash You Dry. She loves to create and share simple, family-friendly recipes with a bit of life sprinkled in. Mom to 4 adorable children and dwells in the desert of Southern Utah.
181 Responses
  1. Tannis
    I was very disappointed to see the use of a plastic bag instead of a bowl. This type off single use plastic is one of the worst polluters for our oceans.
    1. Kris
      Make it multiple use; I have olastic bags I’ve used for years....heritage bags if you will! I could pass them down to my daughter.....just wash them out and reuse.
  2. Zapes
    I’ve made this recipe twice now in the two weeks since discovering it. It’s a hit in our house. Can almost not get it to the table for all the hands snatching bites off the pan. It is best served piping hot, imho. I mix the crumbs, cheese & herbs in the food processor before adding to the cauliflower.
  3. Micky Germolus
    Can't wait to try this off to the grocery store to get cauliflower I am sprinkling olive oil on top instead of cooking spray We love raw cauliflower so I know we will LOVE this
  4. Peggy
    Hello,I stumbled upon your page thanks for sharing your cauliflour recipe.It is so yummy,my mom makes this too but she omits the bread crumbs and salt due to congestive heart failure.I absolutely love your recipe,keep sharing,God Bless you.
  5. Mary
    I am so excited to find your site!,! Love this cauliflower recipe and look forward to viewing more of your recipes.
  6. Jo
    The recipe looks delicious, can't wait to try it ...... just a pity about using plastic bags. A good old fashioned bowl and spoon would work just as wwll and be kinder to the environment.
      1. Emma
        about 14% of recycled materials are actually recycled, the rest end up in a landfill anyways. plastic bags are the worst culprit since most facilities don't have the capacity to recycle them.
  7. David
    100g fat, 4500 sodium, 1600 calories. I think you should publish the nutritional info for your recipes. This one sounds delicious but the fat and salt are higher than it might seem.
    1. K. May
      Oh look you're an adult and can figure out how to find out the nutrients of a recipe! No where is it implied that it is healthy and low sodium and low fat. I mean factor in that shes using bread crumbs and olive oil, that could already be an assumption. Like all recipes though, if you need to omit something you find a replacement for what you dont want in the recipe. Like, cant do bread crumbs? Why not use almond meal? Or pork rines? Don't micromanage others blogs.
      1. David
        Pork rinds, not rines. The best recipe blogs include nutritional info, so my suggestion to the author (not to you, I didn’t address you, don’t micromanage other’s comments) was to include this info. I think 1500+ calories is a lot for one person for lunch! The recipelooks great.
  8. Katherine
    Could you make this on a grill? Using foil and cooking spray? Cooking for a child with Type 1 Diabetes and looking for some good camping ideas:)
  9. Jessica
    I tried this but for me it was too heavy on the bread crumbs and the salt. I may try again with 1/2 or 3/4 cup bread crumbs and no salt. I was really excited to try this so I’m bummed I wasn’t thrilled with my first go-round. :/
    1. I have never used breadcrumbs. I make this all the time with a little olive oil, our bodies need good fats too. And herbs for seasoning. It tastes great and calories and sodium intake are CUT!!! So you can still enjoy them
    1. Tammy
      I made this roasted cauliflower tonight as a side dish to rice, chicken, broccoli and cheese casserole. Both were a hit with my family.
  10. Katie
    What kind of cooking spray do you use on top of the cauliflower? I would like to use something more healthy. I am excited to try this for Easter.
  11. Diana
    Made this for dinner along with roasted chicken and wild rice. So good! My husband said the cauliflower was the best part and that it made the whole meal taste better!
  12. PocketMom
    This has become my go-to cauliflower recipe. I find that I'm making it at least once a week. My husband calls it cauliflower crack. We can eat the whole recipe between the two of us. Love it!
  13. Therence
    I would love to try this recipe NEXT weekend.. when my BF come home after our sunday winter hike.. Cozy up with some light beer. An amazingingly healthier substitute to a deep fried popcorn chicken,, thank you for sharing your recipe..

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