Roasted Cauliflower Burrito Bowls

So there’s burritos, and then there’s burrito bowls, and then there’s ROASTED CAULIFLOWER burrito bowls.

And right now, in my life, the roasted cauliflower burrito bowl combo is delivering big-time.

Why are roasted cauliflower burrito bowls just kind of the best thing ever? Definitely 50% magic. The other 50% is split between:

  • aggressively spiced roasted cauliflower coated in some hot sauce;
  • hot, steamy white rice;
  • zippy pico de gallo;
  • fresh sweet corn that is seriously SWEET;
  • creamy mashed black beans;
  • buttery avocado;
  • a waterfall of lime juice and cilantro over the whole thing.

Safe to say I’m interested in all of the above. Sign me up. I’m making this every week. Don’t even try to stop me.

This does require a little bit of chopping, as most body-will-feel-good recipes do.

I like to start my cauliflower, get it roastin, and then just make a few big batches of toppings while the cauli does its thing: chop pico, mash beans, and cut corn off cobs.

Each individual element can be kept in a little container in the fridge, and then when it comes time to assemble a lunch or dinner bowl, you can move at hyperlapse speed to assemble the whole beautiful masterpiece.

I am not vegan in the real sense, so yes, there’s a 100% chance that I thwap some crema over the top of this bowl every time I make it.

But honestly, it stands alone. The flavors, the textures, the colors… remember, magic?

It’s basic, easy, nutritious, and VERY VERY YUMMY.

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