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April 27, 2021 Jump to the recipe

The whole family will love Broccoli bites! Deliciously delightful, GF and superfood-packed, kids won't have a clue how healthy they are!

Parents: This recipe goes to you ♥ ️

I'm not one but the word on the street is that kids hate broccoli but you want them to eat it …

… and it's a terrible battle.


I mean, if you thought the cauliflower tots were sneaky, these are even more sneaky because you can just call them "alien tots" and the kids won't question it

They'll just eat them excitedly and make them feel like the parent of the year for making them eat broccoli and like it

And YOU will like them too. Everyone is a winner.

Why you will love this recipe

I am always looking for snacks that taste good, curb my cravings and are healthy for my body. Is that even POSSIBLE, you ask ?! With today's recipe for broccoli nibbles, you can accomplish all of that and more because they're just so good and perfect for the picky eater in your life! These bites are naturally made with broccoli (hello nutrients) plus a variety of cheeses and condiments to create the most exciting broccoli recipe ever that the whole family will love! They're also low in carbohydrates and high in healthy fats, which makes them perfect for the keto eater in your life.

Broccoli bites are dipped in ketchup

How to do Broccoli bites


Spray a baking sheet very generously with cooking oil spray and preheat the oven so it can warm up while you work in the kitchen.

Prepare the broccoli

Place your broccoli florets in a food processor and blend until well broken down. Transfer them to a microwaveable bowl or bowl and heat them until they are light green and tender. Stop in the middle to stir them.


Add onion, quark and garlic and stir again. Put it back in the microwave and heat it up a little longer.


Add the egg white, cheddar, panko, parsley, salt and pepper and stir until everything is well incorporated.


Use a spoon or your hands to shape the broccoli mixture into tots. Do this for all of the broccoli and arrange them evenly on your oiled pan. Spray the tips of your broccoli tots generously with cooking spray.

to bake

Pop them in the oven and bake your keto broccoli bites until golden and crispy! Serve them and enjoy! Devoured!

Broccoli bites on a baking sheet

Serving suggestions

Now that you've baked your AMAZINGLY delicious broccoli tots, it's time to have a snack! These would be fabulous dipped in a ranch dressing or other sauce of choice along with some other starters! If you're hosting a game day or other finger food get-together, I recommend serving this up as well as some air fryer chicken nuggets, healthy devil eggs with Greek yogurt, and a large bowl of chips with grilled pineapple mango salsa and corn. Eat and Enjoy!

Storage and rewarming

When I make these incredible broccoli bites there is a 0% chance of leftovers as we finish them every time. BUT if you have anything left over, it can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. To reheat them and enjoy them, I recommend setting the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and reheating them on an oiled pan. That way, when you dunk them, they'll get crispy and crunchy!

How to use cauliflower instead

If you want to mess things up and use cauliflower instead of broccoli for these bites, absolutely you can! The proportions are the same, so just skip the broccoli and follow the directions with cauliflower in its place. Let me know how to do it and what your prefer – cauliflower or broccoli in your little one!

Broccoli bites arranged on a plate with a side of ketchup

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Broccoli bites

Served: 4th People as a side

Preparation: 25th protocol

Cook: 30th protocol

Total: 55 protocol


  • 3 1/2 cups Broccoli florets (290 g)
  • 6th tablespoon diced onion
  • 3 tablespoon cottage cheese
  • 1 1/2 tablespoon minced garlic
  • 1 large protein
  • 3/4 Cup Cheddar cheese, shredded chicken (2 ounces)
  • 1/2 Cup + 2 tbsp gluten-free panko (or regularly, if not GF)
  • 3 tablespoon Parsley, chopped
  • 1 TL salt (If it's sensitive to salt, try 3/4 teaspoon)
  • A pinch of pepper

Tips & Notes:

* I love garlic so this was great for me. If you are sensitive to garlic, you can use 1 tbsp.

Nutritional information:

Calories: 154kcal (8th%) Carbohydrates: 12thG (4%) Protein: 10G (20%) Fat: 7.7G (12%) Saturated fatty acids: 4.6G (29%) Polyunsaturated fat: 0.4G Monounsaturated fatty acids: 2.1G Cholesterol: 23mg (8th%) Sodium: 793mg (34%) Potassium: 308mg (9%) Fiber: 3G (13%) Sugar: 3G (3%) Vitamin A: 28IU (1%) Vitamin C: 121mg (147%) Calcium: 20thmg (2%) Iron: 5mg (28%)

Nutritional disclaimer

Recipes written and produced on Food Faith Fitness are for informational purposes only.



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