Cauliflower rice has become a popular ingredient for anyone phasing into a low-carb lifestyle, and for good reason. It’s versatile, substantial, and healthy. But there have been some less-than-stellar recipes out there that just don’t live up to the hype. Luckily, there are a few other awesome ways to put riced cauliflower to use. Here are five that we swear by.

Wrap It Up

Rice is stuffed into hearty burritos all the time, so it only makes sense to lighten things up and bring riced cauliflower to a nourishing wrap. Pile on the veggies and give it a drizzle of your fave dressing, and you’ve got yourself the perfect lunch to tote to work. You can even prepare them the night before — meal prep win! (Photo via Food Faith Fitness)

Put it in soup

Nothing is more comforting than a hearty bowl of soup. But sometimes a hearty bowl of soup turns into a carb-heavy bowl of soup — especially when rice or pasta is added to the equation. The solution? Cauliflower rice. It has the mouthfeel of rice and will go swimmingly with the broth-y goodness in your bowl alongside veggies or shredded chicken. (Photo via Healthy Delicious)

Bring it to brunch

Everyone loves a quiche brimming with pillowy eggs, cheese, and wholesome veggies. So the next time you do brunch, consider mixing some riced cauliflower in with your usual mushrooms, onions, peppers, and zucchini. It’ll fill you up and make you feel good. (Photo via Food Recipes HQ)

Fried Rice, Obviously

If there’s one evident use for cauliflower rice, it’s cauliflower fried rice. You don’t have to give up your favorite takeout food; just give it a makeover. Riced cauliflower fries up exquisitely to give you perfect chewy little bits while soaking up all of those dynamite flavors, like sesame oil, garlic, and chili sauce. With a bunch of other veggies added to the mix, you’ll literally be eating a plateful of veggies for dinner. (Photo via Pinch of Yum)

 Creamy Dreamy Casseroles

Broccoli casserole sounded healthy when we were growing up. Unfortunately, said broccoli was drowned in copious amounts of cheese, mountains of rice, and creamy condensed soups, defeating the purpose of having a healthy veg in there. But with smarter ingredients like plant-based milks, nutritional yeast, and riced cauliflower, we can turn the casserole’s reputation around. (Photo via Minimalist Baker)

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