Cauliflower Hummus – Ridiculously Smooth and Creamy – 3g net carbs

I actually love hummus, and I'm quite keen on cauliflower too, so I chose to see what would happen if I tried making hummus out of cauliflower. The result was the best, creamiest journal free dip I've ever had. This stuff is so light that it's practically fluffy. And it only has 3g of net carbs per 1/4 cup serving.

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Cauliflower Hummus – Ridiculously Smooth and Creamy – 3g net carbs

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  1. This looks delicious. I am going to add it to my list of keto sides for our 4th of July picnic. Looking forward to the new cracker recipe, Steve!

  2. It looks really delicious. Have you tried roasting the cauliflower to eliminate more water?

    1. I have not. I think it would add another aspect of the flavor to this recipe, though, that could be interesting.

    2. #JaniceDuerr … Plus you can roast the garlic in its skin at the same time SO MUCH FLAVOUR! Just drizzle avocado oil and a little salt on the skin first.

  3. On my grocery list for tomorrow! So excited to try! Glad you’re better! Also I love all the gadgets that you introduce us to. I love that variable measuring cup and also those clippies that keep all your cords tidy love love love love those I got a huge one for my industrial size extension cord. Thanks so much!

  4. Another thing you could do with the cauliflower, both to get rid of any extra water and to add a little more depth of flavor is to put it under your oven broiler for a few minutes after boiling and draining. You could also roast the clove of garlic at the same time…

    1. This looks good! Thank you for sharing. I’ll try it as you have shown us but I’m thinking that I have a recipe for roasted cauliflower and cumin soup. The flavour works well together. I’m thinking I might roast the cauliflower with olive oil and cumin and use it in this recipe.

    2. Steve I just modified my creamy cauliflower mash by adding ground lupin flakes, you showed in your other hummus recipe, it helps the watery aspect and when blended in the vitamix just gave it a really smooth texture, family non keto peps approved! I should add the lupin I cooked according to package then put in.

  5. Yay, recipe day!! Can’t wait to make this dip. Thank you Steve for all you do to helping us keto people stay on track.

  6. Hey Steve, you’re doing amazing work.
    My sister is special needs and on a purred diet. One of her caregivers did a roasted cauliflower and roasted chicken thighs then blended them together. With seasoning OMG this was like crack LOL. Great warm for a side dish or cold as a humus.

  7. Steve, you are getting really good at videos! This was a very “clean run” that looked professional. Not that your other videos aren’t professional. Informative, succinct, with marketing on the tail end. Fantastic job! Silky.

  8. We are spoiled! So much to say… excited about the coming cracker, I was salivating, genius on the salad spinner, I really identify with the t shirt words, reminds me of my vegan days, and gosh, I appreciate your hard work Steve, such quality!

  9. I like cauliflower raw and cooked (typically with cheese) but most “keto” cauliflower dishes I’ve had (including pizza) I have had to rake off my tongue I found them so bad. I will keep an open mind with this however and try it.

  10. That hummus looks so creamy. I only have the smaller Food processor and not sure it could fit all the ingredients but maybe I can do half or even quarter the recipe since it’s just two of us. Definitely want to try it. Hummus and pork rinds here I come!

  11. YUM! I’ve been missing hummus, Steve. Now I don’t have to, any more!

    I’m going to do a variation. Break down the cauliflower with a food processor and cook in a dish in an air fryer (along with the garlic!), then reprocess it in the food processor. I’m not sure about the tahini, but I’ll give it a taste. Cooked garlic suits my body better than raw garlic, so your suggestion to roast the garlic clove is SUPER!


  12. I love Cauliflower. I’ve been making a lot of things with it lately. One of my latest videos I made cauliflower tot mixture into flatbread, sort of. Like Cauli Thins. So good for a bread substitute ort pizzas sub. I’ll have to give this a try as I have tahini I need to use up.

  13. That looks amazing. I can’t wait to try this. I have to find a food processor I like though.

  14. This looks easy and yummy. Definitely going to try it this weekend. Perfect or the hot weatherwe are having! Looking forward to your next cracker 🙂 Thanks Steve!!!

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