Keto Seasoned Cauliflower Tater Tots
Tater Tots are a childhood favorite. Who are we kidding? Adults love them too! These Keto Seasoned Cauliflower Tater Tots are sure to satisfy that craving and delight the taste buds of even tater tots’ biggest fan!
Keto Seasoned Cauliflower tater tots
Who doesn’t love tater tots? Anyone? I especially love the cajun tater tots. That will be my next version of this recipe! Even without the Cajun twist, these keto seasoned cauliflower tater tots hit the spot with my entire family! So much so that I will have to double the recipe next time. Remember, I have FIVE kids, four of whom are teenagers! So… they eat a TON!
Do you ever have to hide veggies in foods so your kids don’t know they are eating them? Did your parents do that to you? I can’t say that I’ve ever done that but I know it is a popular thing to do as I’ve seen it done a TON!
Well, guess what? You don’t even have to hide it with this recipe because everyone knows what a tater tot is and why would your kid even question that you made a tater tot our of vegetables. I mean, come on, right? The perfect disguise!
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Toasting almond flour really does make a difference. Do not just use regular almond flour. You will find that the taste and consistency are not what you are expecting! Check out my steps to toast almond flour. Super simple. Check them out HERE. Toasted almond flour really is one of my staples now when I need a crunchy flour/bread type base. I think you’ll find it quite useful too!
Parchment paper – Having some good parchment paper will go a long way! I don’t know if these would stick to a baking sheet, but my gut tells me YES! I like to use the unbleached parchment that comes in brown like this one.
Baking Sheet – I prefer the ceramic ones. Easier to clean and they are easy to tell my hubby to NOT TOUCH THE WHITE ONES. He likes to put raw meat on them when grilling and it was so hard to keep my normal baking ones away from him. UNTIL NOW!
These are pretty simple to make. The only tip is to take the time to really cut the green onions small so that they can easily spread out among each of the tots.
Rolling each tot takes time, but not too much time. Some people use mini muffin tins, but the cleanup and potential of them sticking was just something I didn’t want to deal with. PLUS, I wanted them looking as closely like *real* tater tots as possible!
I didn’t use any sauce with mine, but back in the day, I used to DRENCH them in ranch dressing. I have not yet made a keto ranch dressing, but it is next on my list!
Serving Size 1 tot
Amount Per Serving Calories 37.87 Total Fat 2.69g Saturated Fat 1.23g Sodium 73.75mg Carbohydrates 1.55g Fiber 0.62g Sugar 0.55g Protein 2.24g