Cauliflower Greek Yogurt Gratin

Cauliflower Greek Yogurt Gratin

Disclosure: This is a compensated post in collaboration with Sabra Dipping Company as a Sabra Tastemaker. As usual all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the companies that support NJB!

This dish is crazy good! I explained it to my Mama over the phone, and in her sweet Spanish accent she said it sounded weird. I exploded in laughter out loud. I know Mom, it does sound weird to someone who doesn’t love vegetables and brown rice as much as I do. She also never loved green bean casserole, until Brian made it with real green beans from scratch for her the first year we were together for Thanksgiving. We are going on eight years now, she asks for his green bean casserole every Thanksgiving now. Sometimes we need to try things that sound out of our comfort zone simply to find that we love them!

The difference that I have seen in restaurants, home cooked meals, products, and how I grew up, if you use fresh ingredients to begin with, you’re doing great. That’s the message from Sabra every time, and I’ve seen it with my own eyes. Fresh chopped vegetables in yogurt dip, made by genuine people who love what they do. It’s really as simple as that. Start in the right place, good intentions, good ingredients, and you cannot go wrong. So when I came up with this Cauliflower Greek Yogurt Gratin I knew I wanted it to be filling and healthy, and super good of course. I also knew I had to start with the French Onion flavor and build from there. Cooked onions become sweet, and sweet onion flavor in a gratin go hand in hand. Leeks are onions, and I added them to compliment the flavor of the already cooked onion in the dip, it was perfect. Cauliflower was the next step for me, I love roasted cauliflower and brown rice together, add cheese and Greek Yogurt baked to perfection, it is so much more than you could imagine. Savory, sweet onion, earthy brown rice goodness.

This can easily be served as an entree because of the brown rice and yogurt that is so healthy and filling. But if you’re like many people, including my husband, you may want to serve this with a nice pork chop, roasted chicken, or grilled salmon.

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Cauliflower Greek Yogurt Gratin 

serves 6-8


2 tablespoons unsalted butter

2 large leeks, light green and white parts only, chopped

1 lb. cauliflower, chopped large pieces

1 -10oz container Sabra Greek Yogurt French Onion Dip

1 cup cooked brown rice

1/4 cup fresh parsley, chopped

3/4 cup manchego cheese, grated


Place oven in top third of oven, and preheat to 425 degrees.

1. Place butter in a 10 in cast iron pan, or oven safe pan, melt over medium low heat. Once melted, add leeks, cook for 15 minutes. I did this while the rice cooked.

2. Place cauliflower, yogurt, cooked rice, and 1/2 of the parsley in a large bowl, toss to combine. Add rice, stir to combine. Once leeks are finished cooking, add them to large bowl with cauliflower, stir to combine. Add entire mixture back to pan. Spread out evenly, top with cheese. Place in oven and cook for 25 minutes.

3. Turn heat up to 500 degrees, and brown the cheesy top for 3-4 minutes, or until golden brown. Remove from oven, and sprinkle the other 1/2 of the fresh parsley on top to serve. Serve immediately or store leftovers in an airtight container for up to 3 days.

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25 Responses to “Cauliflower Greek Yogurt Gratin”

  1. Sabrina Modelle on Cauliflower Greek Yogurt Gratin

    Sabrina Modelle

    This is like my dream dish. I will eat anything with cauliflower and gratins are like the ultimate comfort food. Fabi, this one is a total winner!

  2. Shawn @ I Wash You Dry on Cauliflower Greek Yogurt Gratin

    Shawn @ I Wash You Dry

    Oh my gosh, this looks absolutely divine!! I am super in love with cauliflower right now and adding the Sabra greek yogurt dips to make this creamy gratin is just brilliant!

  3. cristina on Cauliflower Greek Yogurt Gratin


    I’m such a huge fan of cauliflower now (actually prefer it more than broccoli!) and your gratin is good healthy, good food. Not only do I luv the cauliflower, but the use of Greek yogurt is extra healthy bonus points. Great dish! 😉


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