This Cauliflower Fried Rice recipe is sponsored by Produce for Kids. All opinions are my own.
There’s a meme going around these days that says something to the effect of, “If cauliflower can somehow become pizza, then you, my dear, can become anything too!” It always makes me laugh because even though cauliflower pizza isn’t the same as the real deal I think it’s pretty stinking good…at least the way I make it!
When I decided to team up with Produce for Kids, I knew right from the get-go that I was going to try my hand at their cauliflower fried rice recipe. I’m a huge fan of rice, but I’m also a huge fan of fitting in veggies anywhere and everywhere I can. For me it was a no-brainer, and because I know how versatile cauliflower crumbles can be I just knew – deep down – that this was going to be a new staple in our home. And while it’s not the same as the real deal, it’s still just as delicious and a great way to get more veggies in your family!
I love partnering with Produce for Kids, which is an amazing organization that offers shoppers at my local Harp’s grocery stores healthy meal solutions and registered dietitian-approved recipes and tips while supporting local Feeding America® food banks. With official Produce for Kids signage in Harp’s stores it is just so easy to see how buying produce locally will help in giving back to your community. To find a list of participating stores in Arkansas and Missouri, just check here! And for a list of the amazing sponsors check out the end of this post or click here – this program wouldn’t be possible without them!
Feeding America® is the nationwide network of 200 food banks that leads the fight against hunger in the United States, providing food to more than 46 million people through 60,000 food pantries and meal programs in communities across America. Feeding America® also supports programs that improve food security among the people they serve; educates the public about the problem of hunger; and advocates for legislation that protects people from going hungry. Individuals, charities, businesses and government all have a role in ending hunger. What does that mean? That means that YOU can play a pivotal role in that!
Additionally you can find 300+ registered dietitian-approved and family-tested recipes, meal planning tools, grocery store specific campaign details, and healthy tips from real parents. Free resources are a great friend, trust me! You can also find Produce for Kids on all things social media for healthy eating tips all year long: on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Snapchat (ProduceforKids) for more recipe ideas and healthy eating tips all year long (not to mention following the hashtag #produceforkids as a way to win at life too).