Buffalo Cauliflower Recipe

I have had an awesome busy week but I am so glad it is Friday. I am sure you are too.

I was able to attend the Jubilee Camp meeting in Lucasville, Ohio this week with my sweet Momma.

On Monday the McKameys were there.

On Tuesday Karen Peck and New River was there.

On Wednesday my daughter-in-law Jaycee, Eden and Israel got to attend with us. That night we enjoyed hearing The Primitive Quartet.

If you know southern gospel music then you know these 3 groups are some of the best, not to mention we heard awesome messages each evening by Cal Ray Evans and Brian Baer.

This was such a blessing. ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ

Work every day and worship at night can be tiring but so enjoyable.

๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธI am thankful to live in a country where we still have the freedom of worship.

This evening I wanted to share a recipe that we make often at our home and of course it is easy. ๐Ÿ˜œ

Buffalo Cauliflower

    1 12 oz bag of frozen cauliflower(Microwavable)
  • Sweet Baby Rays buffalo sauce
  • Parmesan Cheese
    Ranch Dressing
  • Microwave the Cauliflower.

    Spray a pan with Pam

    Sprinkle with Parmesan

    Take the microwaved cauliflower and add buffalo sauce and ranch dressing until coated.

    Spread out on Parmesan sprinkled pan.

    Sprinkle shredded cheese on the top.

    Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until crusty.


    This is a favorite low fat recipe around our house.

    4 more days of school and I will be working part- time for the summer.

    I am hoping to do more relaxing, blogging and spoiling. ๐Ÿ’—

    God has definitely blessed me way more then I deserve.

    I am still…

    Blessed Beyond Measures,


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