Cauliflower Fried Rice Recipe

Forget take-out with this Cauliflower Fried Rice. It’s so simple and is packed full of nutrition versus the alternative. 

Cauliflower Fried Rice | Britt's Blurbs

Hi Friends! I’ve spent the week in beautiful Santa Barabara for my company’s National Sales Conference. Though I’ve been busy working most of the time, I did have a chance to explore a little yesterday. Check out my Instagram here for pictures of the trip. 

As I get ready to head home I wanted to finally share a super simple recipe I’ve been keeping from you guys for awhile. This is my favorite go-to recipe when I need a healthy dinner in a flash.

Cauliflower Fried Rice | Britt's Blurbs

Nix the take-out and opt for this instead. It’s just as delicious and ten times healthier. Three cheers for cauliflower!


Cauliflower Fried Rice

by Brittany @ Britt’s Blurbs

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Ingredients (Serves 4)

  • 1 medium cauliflower head
  • 1 package of organic frozen mixed vegetables (corn, beans, carrots, peas)
  • 3 organic eggs
  • 2 tbsp. coconut aminos
  • 1 tsp. ghee


Follow my instructions, HERE, on how to make cauliflower rice.

Add 1 tsp. of ghee to a hot wok.

Add the cauliflower rice and cook for 1-2 minutes.

Add the frozen vegetables and 1 tbsp. coconut aminos.

Cook for about 8-10 minutes or until vegetables are thawed.

Move the vegetable mixture to the sides of the wok.

Crack the eggs in the middle of the wok and let cook for 1 minute. Scramble together.

Mix eggs with the rest of the vegetable mixture.

Add the other 1 tbsp. of coconut aminos.

Season with sea salt and pepper.

Cook for 10 minutes.

Serve immediately!

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Top Restaurants in the South {Atlanta #1}

*Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by my partnership with Mode Media. All statements and opinions are my own. 

There’s no denying it, Atlanta is one of the best up and coming foodie cities in the U.S. but especially the south. I’m so excited to be able to have the opportunity to wine and dine whenever I like here. Foodie put together this great round-up of top restaurants in the south with The Optimist in Atlanta coming in at #1! I haven’t had the pleasure of dining there yet, however, it’s certainly on the list!

Check out Foodie Top 100 Restaurants U.S. 2016: South

by Foodie Editor at Mode

Now I’ve only been in the metro Atlanta area almost 3 years now (!!) so I haven’t been able to explore ALL of the best. So here are a few of my favorite “fine” dining/farm-to-table restaurants…

#1- Miller Union. Hands down my favorite restaurant. It’s not cheap so it’s definitely a special occasion restaurant but it’s completely table-to-table focused. I’ve never ordered a dish I wasn’t blown away by. They take the simplest, purest ingredients and turn it into spectacular dishes. Which speaks to the power of real food. 

Miller Union | Britt's Blurbs

King + Duke is another one of my favorites. B and I had our Christmas dinner there in 2014 and were blown away by our whole experience. The restaurant ambiance, the service and of course the food. It was incredibly!

King + Duke | Britt's Blurbs

St. Cecilia was an experience unlike any other. I love Silician food and the dishes were out of this world amazing. Not to mention the presentation was incredible. If you’re looking for a nice, entertaining dinner out, this is perfect. 

St. Cecilia | Britt's Blurbs

JCT. Kitchen. B and I went there for lunch during the summer and whoah! The lobstah’ roll was insane! Plus westside of midtown is so fun to dine and walk around in. Definitely worth a trip there!

jct-kitchen | Britt's Blurbs

I could never live downtown but I love being close enough to drive down for a great dinner out with B. However, you don’t have to go inside the perimeter for great dining. 

Right here in Marietta is one of my favorite, local spots, The Butcher The Baker. B and I enjoy going there often! It’s right on the Marietta square and offers some amazing small plate dishes with locally sourced ingredients. 

The Butcher The Baker | Britt's Blurbs

SEED Kitchen & Bar is another Marietta favorite but it’s located in East Cobb. I had the pleasure of meeting the Chef at the Best of Atlanta Party and B and I dined there shortly after

SEED Kitchen & Bar | Britt's Blurbs

Now besides having great full-fledge restaurants, Atlanta & the Atlanta area has some great speciality shops. Here are some of my favorites:

  • Antico— for incredible, REAL, Italian pizza, this is the place you want to go. Now I’m not a fan of the cramped atmosphere but the pizza really is like the real deal. The whole “Little Italy” area around Antico is pretty great too. There’s a limoncello bar and gelato place/cafe. It’s like I’m back in Italy!
  • Doughnut Dollies— you’ve probably seen me raving about this on Instagram or Snapchat but here’s another Marietta favorite. The doughnuts are fresh, homemade and range in a variety of flavors. 
  • Krog Street Market and Ponce City Market are packed full are delicious, small shop specialty restaurants. You really can’t pick a bad one. 

I definitely having listed all of my favorites but just wanted to share a few. Atlanta is so special and there really is SO much to explore!