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How to Make These 3 Ingredient Cheesy Cauliflower Breadsticks

One of my absolute favorite low-carb meals is cheesy cauliflower breadsticks. They are super simple to make, taste delicious and are really healthy. I’ve made them into cakes, pizza crusts, and breadsticks, and all versions of the cauliflower-based crust worked out really well. I was challenged to try creating my stand-by recipe with the new Green Giant riced veggies, specifically the cauliflower and sweet potato mix.

I was excited by this challenge for two reasons. First, I actually love sweet potatoes and I had a feeling the slight sweetness would work great in my recipe. Second, Green Giant just made my life a whole lot easier by pre-ricing my cauliflower! Although it is not hard to make my own riced cauliflower, it is rather time-consuming and messy.

I was super excited to find out Green Giant is now making three different types of riced veggies. Plus, they are made 100% with vegetables, they have 70% fewer calories than rice and they are gluten free and come without sauce so you can season them just the way you like. I can’t even get over how much time and effort it saves to just have the riced veggies on hand to make my favorite go-to cauliflower breadsticks. You can find them in the Walmart frozen vegetable aisle.

To make these cauliflower breadsticks, you only need 3 ingredients plus some herbs and spices — eggs, cheese, and the cauliflower sweet potato blend riced veggies. Having the veggies already riced makes this recipe an easy week-night meal. I also love that it includes protein in the cheese and the eggs, and veggies, of course, so I feel great giving this to my kids as a complete meal. To make these cheesy cauliflower breadsticks for yourself, check out my recipe and instructions below (adapted from my cauliflower cheddar cakes recipe).

Cheesy Cauliflower Breadsticks


Bag of Green Giant Riced Cauliflower & Sweet Potato
Bag of Green Giant Riced Cauliflower
1 Cup of Shredded Cheddar Cheese
1 Cup of Mozzarella Cheese
2 Large Eggs
Chopped Oregano (optional)
Salt and Pepper, to Taste


Thaw the riced cauliflower bags in the refrigerator until thawed completely.

Using a kitchen towel, place the cauliflower and sweet potato riced veggies in the center of the towel and squeeze as much water out as you can. Take time to continue squeezing for a couple minutes to remove as much water as possible. Place the squeezed veggies in a separate bowl. Squeeze in batches until all the water is removed.

Combine the dried cauliflower and sweet potatoes and add one cup of cheddar cheese a half cup of mozzarella, two eggs, oregano and salt and pepper to a bowl and mix until combined.

On a parchment-lined baking sheet, spread the cauliflower mixture onto the pan and create a rectangle, using your hands to flatten it out.

Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes, until the top is golden brown. Remove from the oven and carefully flip over. Top the cooked side with the remaining mozzarella cheese. Return to the oven and bake for another 15-20 minutes, until the cheese melts and the underside is browned. Serve immediately after slicing.

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Stacey Freeman: I am Style Maven, Mommy, Educator, Traveler, and Wifey.

View Comments (33)

  • Mark Hache says:

    Hi, Stacey. Your cheesy cauliflower bread sticks look fabulous - can't wait to try. Is that a marinara sauce for dipping in the picture? Is it low carb also?

  • Hi Mark, thank you! I always use low-sugar tomato sauce. It is fairly low-carb, but if you're not wanting extra carbs I'd probably skip it. Alfredo or ranch dressing would be lower in carbs I think, if you're looking for a sauce!

  • These look delicious! Is there a way to easily print just the recipe?

  • Hi Donna, thanks! I think the easiest way would be to print the page from your browser. As another option, you could copy and paste the text into a word doc and print that.

  • Barbara Curtin says:

    Have you ever tried making this with fresh cauliflower?

  • Barbara Curtin says:

    Thank you. I've never seen the Green Giant items you list for this recipe in my grocery store.

  • Sure! Happy to help. I find them in my frozen veggie section. My grocery store actually has a few different brands. You could also use frozen cauliflower and then use a food processor to chop it up and squeeze out the excess water. Obviously, that's a bit more time consuming, but definitely would work!

  • Stacey - Posh in Progress says:

    Thanks Megan! I hope you enjoy them:)