Trader Joe's latest dip proves once again that cauliflower can be transformed into anything

If you can dream it, you can do it as long as you are a cauliflower. Just last week, Trader Joe's new Creamy Cauliflower Jalapeño Sauce hit shelves, giving cauliflower a further boost. (I wholeheartedly support this agenda.) If you haven’t jumped on the cauliflower craze yet, maybe this recent drop will convince you.

Trader Joe's Creamy Cauliflower Jalapeño Sauce combines cream cheese, light cream, ricotta cheese, Parmesan cheese, jalapeños, and of course, cauliflower into a creamy sauce. Great for snacking. Great as an appetizer. You can eat it straight from the refrigerator or heat it in an oven-safe skillet for a golden cheesy crust. Put it on a cracker, serve it with your favorite chips, add some veggies on the side, and eat it by the spoonful when no one is looking. There really is no wrong way to dip.

A 10-ounce tub of Creamy Cauliflower Chipotle Sauce is $3.49. You can find it in the deli aisle at Trader Joe's, alongside other dip delicacies like bagel dip, truffle dip, and my personal favorite, garlic dip. Dip-based meals are one of life's purest pleasures, and Trader Joe's new Creamy Cauliflower Jalapeño Dip is a welcome addition to your dip menu.

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This latest cauliflower product joins the ranks of Trader Joe's cauliflower products. Cauliflower has been shown to make bread products. They've proven that cauliflower can make a pizza crust. They've made it clear that cauliflower can be gnocchi, gratin, or even a dessert. Then again, if you're not on board the cauliflower train, it doesn't seem like it's leaving anytime soon, so you might as well hop aboard.

Just don’t like the taste of cauliflower? I heard. Raw cauliflower smells like an illegal combination of diapers and sadness. The texture of regular cooked cauliflower can best be described as "a little bland." but! When you cook cauliflower correctly and combine it with other ingredients, it becomes... well, almost anything. Just like tofu, cauliflower can take on a flavor that blends well with just about anything. It can mimic macaroni and cheese. It can be turned into buffalo wings. At the very least, you can make cauliflower rice by putting the cauliflower in a food processor.

Science has yet to find a food that cannot be processed with cauliflower. (...Probably. I'm not a food scientist.) Trader Joe's latest Creamy Cauliflower Jalapeño Sauce is another cauliflower success. Look, if Oprah isn't a big fan of cauliflower products, then neither are we.