Cauliflower Cheese on Toast – the Hot New Food Trend

AVO on toast has long been a popular choice for foodies who regularly share delicious snaps on Instagram while enjoying brunch. But there’s a new trend emerging out to rival the beloved breakfast tradition and it’s taking social media by storm.

While the new must-try dish still features the trusty old toast, the smooth avocado is being replaced with cauliflower cheese and people are obsessed.

The latest indulgence has also caught the eye of some more experienced foodies, including Nigella Lawson who recently retweeted the mouth-watering recipe. The London-born cookbook writer, 60, shared a recipe by Scottish photographer Del Sneddon, where he served cheesy cauliflower florets on two slices of thick bread.  Fans were quick to comment on the “amazing” new dish, quickly whipping up their own versions at home.

One person even admitted that cauliflower cheese is one of the few ways to actually make cauliflower taste good, and added “putting it on toast is a stroke of genius!”

The best part about the recipe is that you can easily change it according to what you have or what you normally like. For Del’s version, he revealed he lightly toasted two slices of thick bread and put it aside. Then he boiled cauliflower florets before draining them and setting them aside. To make the cheesy sauce, he mixes flour and butter and then adds milk before allowing it to thicken up. As for seasoning, Del chose to add two tablespoons of mustard powder and a pinch on nutmeg – but you can add whatever you like. But it’s not cauliflower cheese without, well, cheese, so you then chuck in some mozzarella and cheddar and stir until combined.

Scottish photographer Del Sneddon shared his own creation on Twitter, which attracted quite the response

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