Stir Fry with Cauliflower Rice

March 8, 2018

I don't know about you, but I love rice. Some days I use my carbs on my favorite coffee drink or maybe a sandwhich at lunch. By dinner I have no carbs left to use but I want a stir fry! That doesn't mean I can't have it. That just means that I have to be creative. This recipe tricks your mind and your taste buds into thinking you are eating rice.



Stir Fry with Cauliflower Rice  




  • 1 head of cauliflower

  • Low sodium soy sauce

  • Stir Fry Vegetables of choice

  • Cooking spray



  1. Chop cauliflower to fit in food processor

  2. Chose the pulse option and make sure to only tap the button until mixture looks rice like

  3. Spray frying pan with cooking spray

  4. Add cauliflower and cook until warm ( Do not over cook or you will get mush )

  5. Add stir fry vegetables ( I also cook these until warm as I like a crunchy stir fry )

  6. Toss with low sodium soy sauce

  7. Add some grilled chicken for some lean protein



Prep : 10 m

Cook : 10 m

Ready in : 20 m


Fun Facts About Cauliflower:


Cauliflower should be included in your diet regularly. It provides you with the perfect combination of protein, vitamin K, beta carotene and even vitamin B which is vital in brain development. According to an article by Dr. Mercola it may even diminish age-related memory decline and your brain's vulnerability to toxins during childhood, as well as conferring protection later in life.




Remember, when trying to lose weight it is also very important to watch your MICROnutrients as well as your MACROnutrients ( protein, fat and carbohydrates ). Your micronutrients are comprised of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that are essential for good health. To be able to stay motivated, FOCUSED and strong your body and brain needs to be nourished properly. Be conscious of what you're eating. Don't just eat to fit your macros.....

                                      Eat to thrive!


Stephanie Stevens


Stephanie has been a P90XLive and PIYOLive Instructor for 4 years and is currently working on her Fitness Nutrition Specialist Certification. Everything that she writes about comes with first-hand knowledge as she was once 40 pounds heavier. Instead of fad diets and weight-loss quick gimmicks, Stephanie stayed consistent with a healthy diet and constant exercise. She educated herself by getting certified in many different areas of exercise and learning how to first be healthy and then lose weight. Now, she is helping others do the same!



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