Do you have 20 minutes tonight? Do you have access to broccoli? Then you need to make this garlic roasted broccoli recipe!
Just thinking about the flavor of the garlic with the crisp broccoli florets has my mouth watering. Even though this is a vegetable dish, it’s extremely satiating and trust me when I say that you won’t miss the meat at all! (You may also like: Loaded Cauliflower Casserole)
Some people have a harder time consuming the recommend amount of vegetables per day, so it’s more important than ever that we come up with new and creative ideas to help them get around that. If you love garlic or know anyone who does, then there’s no doubt that you have to bookmark this dish. Adding minced garlic to your broccoli and roasting it in the oven will make your kitchen smell fantastic; it’s almost too easy. And at the right temperature, the texture of the broccoli becomes nice and crisp which pairs excellently with the rich paleo-friendly mayonnaise mixture. Of course, this casserole wouldn’t be complete without lean ground beef cooked in sautéed onions and healthy olive oil. This is healthy paleo dieting done right.
The crockpot is one of my best investments yet. I use it for almost all of my soup and stew recipes because it cuts down a lot of cooking time, and I don’t have to watch it for hours on end. I just throw all of the ingredients into the pot and it’s done by the time I get home from work. The best part about this paleo crockpot broccoli soup is that because it has plenty of time to slow-cook, so the garlic, onion, herbs and spices really soak into the chicken stock, leaving you with a tasty broth that even the kids will enjoy.
There’s plenty of broccoli florets stashed underneath this thick and creamy casserole topping of mushrooms, garlic, egg, mayo, mustard, and arrowroot flour.
Broccoli is one of my favorite vegetables, so I’m excited to be sharing these paleo broccoli recipes with you today. Try it roasted, raw, in a salad, or in a slaw, but most of all, make it delicious.
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