Honey Garlic Cauliflower Bites with Homemade Ranch Dressing

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honey garlic cauliflower bites
Don’t be fooled by the veggie element, these cauliflower bites offer a burst of flavor that make them unusually addicting.
This dish can be pulled together in no time and served as an appetizer or a simple snack that the kids will truly love. Tip: Don’t tell your little ones it’s cauliflower before they’ve tried it! Their reaction may surprise you.
Cauliflower has been shown to reduce the risk of breast and reproductive cancers in men and women. Why’s that? the antioxidants they contain provide nutrient support for different systems in our body that are closely connected to cellular mutation and oxidative stress from free radicals.
Cauliflower, in season from August through October, can be found at farmers markets across the state. Northern Michigan’s News Leader
Photo Credit: Helen Carlisle, A Healthier Michigan
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