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Have you tried air-frying your Cauliflower Gnocchi?

Let’s talk about Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Gnocchi, pronounced (NYOK-kee). TJ’s Gluten-free,

Cauliflower Gnocchi are packed, with a few nutritional, perks—no wheat, sugar, dairy, or eggs are included. If you are looking to decrease the carbs, then Gnocchi is for you.

If you are not familiar, traditional Gnocchi dumplings are popular amongst Italian dinner tables and restaurants. Traditionally, they are made with wheat flour, egg, cheese, and potatoes. Other ingredients may include cornmeal or breadcrumbs.

The Trader Joe way is prepared with 75% cauliflower, as well as cassava flour, potato starch, extra virgin olive oil, and sea salt—excluding all the dairy. I find Cauliflower Gnocchi fun to eat and they are pretty fulfilling. I must admit, I wasn’t a fan at first; the texture was a little off. That’s because I followed the package directions. If you follow the package cooking directions, the dumplings Gnocchi will end up having a softer-gooey texture.

Personally, I love baking them in my air-fryer, giving the dumplings a firmer sense and more flavorsome taste. If you decide to follow the package directions, be sure to drizzle a little bit of olive oil or grape seed oil into a skillet; add in the frozen cauliflower. Finish up with a sauté method and cook until crisped and golden brown.

Either way, Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Gnocchi is my go-to for Italian nights. Go ahead, try something new.

Ways you can serve Cauliflower Gnocchi

  • Serve Cauliflower Gnocchi with a side if pesto or marinara sauce
  • Make it a Cauliflower Gnocchi -Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole
  • A perfect snack, drizzled with Sriracha Sauce
  • Top off your pasta dishes

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