One of the key principles of the Keto diet is eating foods with low carbohydrate. Keto-friendly low-carb foods include non-starchy vegetables, such as cauliflower. Our cauliflower rice has 89% lower carbs than regular rice, making it a perfect addition to a meal whether you’re on the Keto, Paleo or any other low-carb diet.
89% lower in carbs than rice
Supports a Diabetic diet
Ready in just 1 minute
An easy way to add veg to meals
Save 225 calories per serving*
*compared to 7.05 oz of white rice
Here are some of our favorite low-carb Keto meals to help you stay healthy and happy.
This recipe is a healthy, grain-free version of the Middle Eastern classic. We swap out bulgur wheat and cous cous for Riced Cauliflower, making it naturally gluten-free and lower-carb. Serve it as a refreshing Summer salad on its own or alongside grilled meat / fish or take it to work for lunch.
This quick and easy salad recipe is light and refreshing incorporating Fullgreen’s Riced Cauliflower – Just tip out the contents of a pouch, add freshly chopped tomatoes, herbs, onion and a zesty lemon and olive oil dressing – It’s as simple as that. Perfect for making in advance in bulk for healthy meal-prep, ideal for lunch boxes, as a side or the main event.
If you’re making a batch in advance keep refrigerated for no more than 3 days.
Introducing our low-carb, dairy-free and grain-free alternative to oats: ‘Cauli Oats’! Now, we know what you’re thinking, (really… we do) but you won’t understand how good it is unless you try it! This delicious no-rice keto start to the day will satisfy you without any lingering guilt. It’s ideal as a healthy low-carb breakfast option or for those desert cravings.
This one-step sugar-free pudding is really versatile so it can be topped with anything you fancy. No need to wait for ages either so you can enjoy a comforting but healthy treat in no time at all. It’s the no-rice ‘rice’ pudding you must try!
1. Serve warm or allow the pudding to cool and garnish with fresh berries and coconut shavings.
Our guilty pleasure is pizza. We love it! But we’d love it even more if it was healthier. Unfortunately, we tried every low-carb, gluten-free recipe we could find and none was quite right. So we set about creating our own. Here it is: the ultimate, cauliflower pizza base using Cauli Rice, of course.
We tried dozens of online recipes for cauliflower pizza bases but few lived up to our high expectations. Some were too crumbly, some too much effort, and most were simply ‘not pizza’.
This recipe learns from the best and makes them even better. It needs very few ingredients, is quick and easy to prepare and best of all, it feels like you’re cheating!
You’ll need toppings for your pizza. We suggest you use a reduced-fat cheese and roasted veggies but this is your pizza and your choice – so add whatever you like!
A healthy grain-free take on a spanish classic. This refreshing but filling Keto-riffic summer salad is a great use of our Tomato and Herb Cauliflower rice seasoned with a variety of veg, packing it full of flavour.
1 x Tomato and Herb Cauliflower Rice
1 handful cherry tomatoes
1/2 yellow or orange pepper
1.7 oz sun-dried tomatoes, drained
1.4 oz olives (pitted)
1 tbsp capers
2 handfuls rocket
6 sprigs fresh coriander
4 sprigs fresh basil
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp lemon juice
Salt and black pepper
When your really pushing to see how far our Riced Cauliflower products can go look no further than this Mango Avocado Sushi role. An old take on a traditional method, this recipe sees Rice replaced with Cauliflower and a wholesale change in nutritionals.
1 tbsp tamari soy sauce
1 tbsp ground flaxseed
1/2 avocado, sliced
1/3 mango, sliced
1/2 red pepper, sliced
4 sprigs fresh coriander
Extras: pickled ginger, wasabi, black pepper, chilli flakes, siracha mayonnaise
Great tasting and healthy - what more could you want!
Oh my God! cannot get enough of this.
89% fewer carbs than white rice
Single ingredient (100% Cauliflower)
No additives or preservatives
Long-life without refrigeration
Ready in 1 minute
The only long life riced vegetables you can buy with no need to chill – and NO preservatives
Our original Riced Cauliflower is a convenient, low-carb alternative to rice. Simply steamed, non-GMO cauliflower.
This ready-to-eat rice-alternative boasts two low-carb Superfoods: non-GMO broccoli and cauliflower!
Our convenient, low-carb alternative to Spanish Rice. 100% Non-GMO with natural flavorings.
Whether you're trying to lose weight, control food allergies or even Type 2 Diabetes, adding more vegetables to your diet is a good idea. Our easy-to-use rice alternatives work with Keto, Paleo, Whole 30, Slimming World - and most low-carb weight loss programs. And they’re Vegan too!
Our ready-to-eat cauliflower rice and riced vegetables are available in major US grocery stores.Store Locator
All Fullgreen’s low-carb products are preservative-free. The airtight packaging of Cauli Rice and Vegi Rice allows us to seal in the freshness of each product for up to 18 months without the need for refrigeration.
All Fullgreen’s products are low calorie, low carb & vegetable-based, making them compatible with most low carb diets, including: Slimming World, Weight Watchers (WW), Paleo, Primal and Atkins diets. Whichever diet you choose, we recommend a balanced approach to eating with plenty of vegetables.
Regular cauliflowers can have a distinct smell when cooked and approximately 25% of the population are more sensitive to this than others. These people will distinguish a peppery, sulfurous smell.
Fullgreen’s Cauli Rice gives off less of these sulfurous notes than raw riced cauliflower and we don’t think it smells bad at all!
Unlike homemade or ‘fresh’ store-bought cauliflower rice, Fullgreen’s Cauli Rice doesn’t go bad after just a few days. Even though Cauli Rice contains no additives or preservatives, it will last up to 18 months, without refrigeration – providing its airtight pouch remains unopened.
Riced cauliflower is easy to make though the process can be time consuming and it also requires a bit of cleaning-up. Simply chop a head of raw cauliflower into chunks and pulse it in a food processor. Alternatively, you can shred the cauliflower into rice by hand.
The downside of making cauli rice at home is that the grain-size tends to be uneven and the process can be messy (you’ll probably find bits of cauliflower in every corner of your kitchen for weeks after making it).
So, if you haven’t the time, or inclination to make cauliflower rice from scratch, we recommend you buy Fullgreen’s Cauli Rice. It has the same benefits as homemade cauliflower rice – without the mess or fuss.