Ready in 15 minutes
Cauliflower Mash Potatoes
"I love mashed potatoes and don't think this replaces them, but it's a different and nice treatment of the vegetable. I merely mashed the cauliflower and other ingredients with a potato masher instead of using a blender, so my version may be a bit more chunky than intended."
Set a stockpot of water to boil over high heat. Clean and cut cauliflower into small pieces. Boil cauliflower for about 6 minutes, or until well done. Drain well. Pat cooked cauliflower very dry between several layers of paper towels. In a bowl with an immersion blender, or in a food processor, puree the hot cauliflower with the cream cheese, butter, Parmesan, garlic, salt and pepper until almost smooth
Jordanamay 7m agoEasy, yummy way to add more veggies to dinner.
AndiSavage 10m agoGreat and healthy alternative to potatoes! Only needs one clove of garlic. I used two large ones and it was a little much. Very yummy!
aamama 1y agoThese are a staple in our low-carb house!
tacurrie 1y agoworked great, as w/ other comments; boil til tender enough to mash. Probs longer than 6. Added crispy fried onions as a garnish and it 'made the dish'.
woodsy63 1y agoThe family really liked them, so I'd definitely make them again! I would do 2 small cloves or 1 large clove of garlic. To change it up flavor-wise, a dash of nutmeg would work nicely.
BrandiLaShayWesley 1y agoJust made this for the second time! Just used my kitchenaid mixer it was AMAZING AGAIN!
Rebe16 1y agoI usually like cauliflower but this turned out very bitter for some reason.
billskrill403 1y agoTasted great. Easy to make. To mash you must boil lot longer than 6 min
BrandiLaShayWesley 1y agoAmazing!!! I used garlic salt instead of cloves and also added a little heavy whipping cream!! It was soooo good and was a huge success at Thanksgiving dinner!! Even over the mashed potatoes!!
luckers 2y ago