Recently, on Facebook a recipe was getting shared around; ‘Low Carb Buffalo Chicken Bake!” It looked amazing, andddd it’s low carb? YES! If you know me, you know I love anything buffalo flavored! So, I had to make my own creation of this amazing dish!
I think this meal could be a nice Sunday dinner, an easy weeknight meal pre-prepped and frozen, or made for lunch meal prep!
Let’s get started with all of our ingredients
cauliflower (one head)
chicken (about one lb)
plain greek yogurt (1 cup of)
cream cheese (1/3 brick)
shredded cheddar cheese (1 cup)
buffalo sauce (5 tbs)
green onions (a handful or so)
olive/coconut/avocado oil (I will be using avocado)
blue cheese/ ranch greek yogurt dressing (1 cup)(I use OPA, blue cheese)
panko breadcrumbs (OPTIONAL)
set the oven to 375° / bring water to a boil
Spray your baking pan lightly. You can chop up the cauliflower to your liking, I prefer smaller pieces. Lay the chopped cauliflower in your baking pan. As mentioned in other recipes, I love my pyrex baking dishes!
Lightly drizzle your oil-of-choice on top of the cauliflower. Pop that pan in the oven for about 20 minutes to soften the cauliflower.
Now, I trim the chicken and put that in the pot of boiling water. I find that boiling chicken is the easiest way to shred it afterward. Boil the chicken until it is completely cooked and looks like a white-ish color. Mine cooked thoroughly in about 10 minutes or so.
While the cauliflower and chicken are cooking, it’s time to prep our sauce. This sauce is so simple and easy to make. Combine 3/4 cup of greek yogurt dressing, cream cheese, greek yogurt,hot sauce, green onions. Stir until thoroughly mixed. Remove roasted cauliflower from the oven.
Remove the chicken from the water with tongs and set on a plastic plate or plastic cutting board. Shred that chicken! I use two forks which typically helps me to shred faster. Once done, spread the chicken evenly across the cauliflower. Drizzle the sauce evenly across the chicken. Sprinkle the cheddar cheese across the top. Top with a little green onion & parsley for fun! Optional: sprinkle with panko breadcrumbs to add a little crunch.
Put the dish back in the oven for about 20-25 mins, depending on how crispy you would like the top. Let cool for about 5 minutes and serve with a pie cutter or flat spatula!
Makes 6-8 servings.
**This dish reheats fairly well, but for the best results, remove from pan after serving into a Tupperware dish and cauliflower tends to get watery.
I think this recipe would be great with BBQ sauce! What other flavors would make this recipe amazing?! Comment below!
“Full service boutique hotel, event/wedding venue, & restaurant in Latham, NY, centrally located near Albany Int’l Airport, Amtrak, & Saratoga County.”
type: traditional american address: 997 New Loudon Road (Rte. 9) Latham, NY 12180 ring-a-ding: 518-785-0834 price: $20+ pp attire: dressy-casual – I wore a sweater, dark denim & booties
such a special place to us
Since beginning my blog earlier in the year, I have been anticipating writing about The Century House.
The Century House is unlike any venue/ restaurant in the area. The Century House was first built 1812. When you look at The Century House from New Loudon Road, to the left you see the actual part of the building that looks like a house, that is the original structure. The building was purchased by the O’Hearn family during the 1940’s. Then, New Loudon Road/ Route 9 was called, Albany-Saratoga Road. One interesting fact I found out about The Century House is that they have a ghost that occupies The North Room. A small room within the original house. A Wiccan visitor confirmed the presence, and it is believed that it could be Frederick Roff, a man who owned the estate during the 1700’s.
When you come for dinner, you get to see the most historic features of the property. The restaurant’s floors were laid with “vintage chestnut” planks that came from a barn in Connecticut that was over 200 years old. Stones from the very original foundation of the house are laid in the exposed brick on the walls. And, there are embedded antique keys and silverware also within the walls and fireplaces.
that irreplaceable feeling of home
The Century House has a warm & inviting ambiance- the perfect place for a romantic dinner for two or catching up with friends & family. Sitting fireside, at a table, dim-lit with candlelight and a nice glass of wine; I’m never in a rush to leave.
My husband, Terrance and I recently helped The Century House with a small advertising project, creating a video talking about the wedding planning process, execution, and overall satisfaction. They were so kind to gift us with a gift card to come back to the house and enjoy dinner, on them!
friday night + newlyweds = our weekly date night
I made our reservation on my Open Table app! If you’re not familiar with Open Table, head over to my past blog, The Redeye Grill – NYC to find some more information on this awesome site! Reserving was so easy! I just opened the app on my iPhone, click click, we’re in!
We know right where to go when we arrive at one of our favorite places! Parking is so easy, and right next to the south entrance. I love walking in past the ballrooms and peeking in each time to see if they are setting up or having a wedding! When you have dinner at The Century House, don’t worry if there is a wedding or event taking place, the restaurant is separate and has a door and you cannot hear the music and festivities down the hall.
enjoy one share one
In 2009, The Century House started, “Enjoy One, Share One.” For any meal served at the restaurant, in a banquet, wedding, or even a hotel stay, The Century House provides one meal to the Regional Foodbank of Northeastern New York.
let’s talk about VIP
If you’re a couple of the house, you know that treatment you get! The hostess knew us, we didn’t even have to give our name upon check-in! We were seated at our table of choice and were then greeted with 2 glasses of champagne from our server Ryan. CHEERS! ‘clink’♥
I ordered my favorite wine, GLENORA RIESLING, from the Finger Lakes. Terrance ordered his usual, JAMESON & GINGER, tall-double! … and keep ’em coming!
“Everybody knows the rules”
We always start with an app! Tonight, we shared a plate of delicious and crisp CALAMARI. The Calamari is coated with almonds & cornflake, topped with banana peppers, tomato cumin & basil aioli. The basil aioli sauce is my favorite!
I have to admit to ordering the same thing every time I come to the house. PRIME RIB, served with creamy homemade twice-baked potato, steamed broccoli rabe & carrots, Yorkshire pudding (popover) Au Jus, & creamy Horseradish. Are you seeing a trend with me ordering Prime rib? (GUILTY) Terrance usually switches up his choice of entree. That evening he ordered THE STRIP STEAK & LOBSTER TAIL, served with CHEF POTATO, CENTURY SAUCE & a side of STEAMED SPINACH. As expected, our food was phenomenal. My prime rib melted in my mouth, the potatoes were cooked perfectly. The veggies were crisp and so fresh. My dinner was nothing but amazing! Something you always get from The Century House. My husband enjoyed his steak and lobster. I didn’t even get a bite of the lobster! (RUDE)
Although I passed this particular evening, I tend to order chocolate & peanut butter whoppie pies. OOOOH! Are these divine!? Absolutely.
The Century House Restaurant & Tavern always delivers on date-night! ♥
My first visit to the antique & unique Century House, in Latham, NY was our venue tour. April 7th, 2016. I have to be honest here. Prior to this, we went on several tours to various venues around the Capital Region. After multiple disappointments, I wasn’t expecting much more from this place. Terrance had remembered going to a prom or other event years prior. My first memory is meeting Marge. She was waiting right at the main entrance for us. One of the most memorable things about Marge that I remember is that she worked Tuesday through Saturday, as did Terrance and I at the time! We came in on a Sunday. Marge came in on her day off to accommodate us! Marge has worked at The Century House for years. She led us through the main house & restaurant first, sharing the history and fun facts of the house as she guided us on a tour through the entire property! They had an unbeatable promotion going on at the time, and even included an after party for us in our package! Any question that we asked she was able to answer! After no hesitation, we decided on booking The Century House! September 2, 2017!
Even though we booked a year and a half out, the day came fast. Every meeting and detail were never over-looked. It was always enjoyable to meet with Phil & Stephanie. Through every meeting, they ensured that every point and detail we asked for, would be delivered… and they did! Phil worked with us and led our entire rehearsal. I stayed at The Century House both Friday and Saturday evening. On Saturday morning, I swear Phil was there before I woke up, and that was 7 AM! He led my vendors and wedding party throughout the day and kept us on schedule. Before I knew it, Phil said, “Okay, Taylor we are gonna be lining up soon.” I couldn’t believe it. I asked if anyone had arrived yet. He laughed and said yes. We had 200 guests in attendance. If I could do anything again in my life, it would be to relive our wedding day. My wedding visions became a reality, and now it was all just a dream.
Although I could go on for days about The Century House, at the end of the day -all I can say that for dinner, for drinks, for birthdays & weddings, showers, and corporate events, The Century House is always the right choice. The Century House will always hold a special place in my heart.
it’s your turn
Ready to visit The Century House for dinner?
Have you ever visited The Century House? What was your favorite part?