Game Day Eats: Cauliflower Buffalo Wings

inline_PaleoBootcamp-Cali-Buffalo-Wings-CROPToday’s awesome recipe is from Katie French, author of Paleo Cooking Bootcamp and instructor of our new online course that brings that book to multimedia life.

Whether you’re looking for a great keto- or Primal-friendly side dish or a game day buffet item, Katie’s recipe is a delicious choice. Check it out and learn a bit more about Katie’s own ancestral diet story. Happy weekend, everyone!

These cauliflower buffalo wings are a tasty way to add extra vegetables to your diet.


  • 1 large or 2 small heads of cauliflower
  • 1 cup (100g) of almond flour
  • 1 teaspoon Himalayan sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 cup (56ml) avocado oil
  • 1 teaspoon hot sauce

Have you met our Paleo Cooking Bootcamp instructor, Katie French? Get to know her paleo story!

And don’t miss out on the limited time offer for her online, multimedia course, Paleo Cooking Bootcamp: A step-by-step meal preparation course that allows you to cook breakfast, lunch, and dinner options for an entire week in a single, highly focused two-hour power cooking session. Four sessions make for a month-long bootcamp.

This innovative online course is inspired by creator Katie French’s live class that she presented in the San Francisco Bay Area, where it won the prestigious “Best of SF” designation by San Francisco Magazine.

320_PaleoBKitchenKitUpdatedKatie has now brought her intentional cooking method into digital format so you can join her and the featured students in the course—real-life busy moms and career folks trying to up their game in the kitchen—every step of the way.

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  1. Prep and cooking instructions are missing from this recipe. Mix and bake at what temp for how long?

    1. I just watched the video and all the details are in it. They look simple and delicious.

    2. I had to listen to the video, which I detest doing. 425 degrees, cut the cauliflower into small pieces, mix dry ingredients, mix oil and hot sauce, coat the cauliflower with the oil and dry mix, then bake on a parchment lined baking sheet until done.

      1. That hadn’t occurred to me! Thank you! I too don’t watch videos.

  2. Hmm… I was thinking the wings were actual chicken wings somehow breaded with crispy cauliflower crumbs–which also sounds good if someone has figured out how to do it. In any case, the Paleo boot camp sounds like an excellent idea. Kudos to Katie.

    1. Hey Shary, the Paleo Cooking Bootcamp really is a good idea. I’m a pretty experienced, confident cook and definitely got some good ideas from it. Basically Katie teaches you to prepare a week’s worth of food in two very structured hours. Everything is broken down for you. And there are enough recipes for a month’s worth of food. I posted a short review on my website a week or two ago.

  3. These sound great but I will need way more hot sauce! And wanted to chime in that I’m currently taking the Paleo Bootcamp Course. I am pretty experienced and confident in the kitchen but I’m still learned some cool new tricks.

  4. I don’t like watching cooking videos, so I will add to the list of asking for text recipes! And really, did they have to spend several minutes showing us how to cut cauliflower into small pieces? Are people that clueless they don’t know how to cut things? The two women cutting it up looked as bored as me!!!

    And I am disappointed there are no real wings in this wing recipe. I thought it was a clever way to coat chicken wings with low-carb cauliflower. So I started out disappointed. ?

  5. This sounds wonderful but it would be nice to have the instructions in the post. I will watch the video if needed but prefer to read the instruction. I will go find the recipe elsewhere. Thanks for the idea though!