Low Carb Butternut squash cauliflower casserole is delicious!
Fall is the best time of year for casseroles. It’s not only the perfect comfort food, but they are usually pretty easy to throw together. If you really want to make a statement this season, then you have to give this butternut squash cauliflower casserole a try. It’s mouther-watering delicious and combines all the best flavors of this time of year. You just can’t go wrong serving this one up!
We really appreciate low carb dishes that are easy to make. So often, people assume that the keto diet is too complicated. However, just as this recipe proves, it’s so much easier than you may think. This particular recipe calls for basic ingredients such as the butternut squash, cauliflower, heavy cream, mozzarella, and parmesan plus a handful of spices. That’s it! You can easily find all of these things at your local grocery store.
So how easy is the prep for this recipe? We’re so glad you asked! All it takes is pureeing the veggies, adding in the spices, and topping with cheese. The oven does the rest of the work for you. The result is golden bubbling casserole that is perfect for any occasion.
Whether you want to keep it keto at your next office party or simply want to serve up something healthy and delicious for your family, this butternut squash cauliflower casserole is everything you could possibly want. It’s a comfort food that everybody appreciates during the colder weather months, but it doesn’t have all of those unnecessary calories or carbs, so many other casseroles tend to have.
Try this fantastic casserole ASAP and be sure to let your friends and family know about it. Everybody will want to try this one for themselves! It’s just too good to pass up.
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