As a college student, I am only cooking for one. Having a blog is quite difficult because I make these full-sized meals and have to eat them (because I hate wasting food). And while I love the food I make, I am not huge on leftovers or eating the same thing every single day. HOWEVER, I could eat this buffalo chicken casserole everyday of my life, and I did happily eat this everyday for a week when I made it. 🙂

This recipe has minimal ingredients but maximum flavor and that my friends is my favorite combination!

Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 50 minutes Yield: 6 servings

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees
  2. Make sure your cauliflower rice is defrosted and then put it in a paper towel and squeeze to get out a lot of the extra moisture
  3. If you have the time, soak raw cashews for at least 1 hour in water (make sure the water just covers the cashews) then blend in a blender until thick and smooth
    1. If you DO NOT have time, you can just throw water and cashews into a blender and work on adding the right amount of cashews and water until thick and smooth
  4. Place cauliflower rice, chicken, celery, onions, hot sauce, ranch, cashew cream, nutritional yeast, and eggs (if you want to use them) into a bowl and mix together.
  5. Then generously coat 8×8 or 9×9 pan with EVOO
  6. Place mixture into pan and even out until smooth
  7. Place pan into oven for 30 minutes
  8. While pan is in the oven, chop up some green onion and avocado slices
  9. Take pan out and coat the top with ground up pork rinds
  10. Place back into the oven for another 15-20 minutes
  11. My oven cooks quickly so make sure it is to your desired crispiness, remove baking dish, and let cool
  12. Place green onions on top of the casserole and add avocado when you serve!
  13. ENJOY!

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2 Comments on “BUFFALO CHICKEN CASSEROLE (WHOLE 30, PALEO, KETO)”

  1. This looks SO good!!!! Wonder if I could make it with meat substitutes? I’ll have to give it a shot!

    • Hi there! I have sat here and thought about it for a few minutes and if you are doing Whole 30, I think it would be delicious to add in chunks of squash and zucchini in place of chicken. If you are not doing Whole 30, I bet this would taste great with tofu or something like tempeh, though I personally have not tried it that way!

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