Easy Mashed Cauli-Potatoes. Mashed Cauliflower is blended with mashed potatoes along with butter, half and half and salt to create a creamy and velvety new mashed cauli-potatoes! Smooth and delicious, this healthy version may become your new favorite mashed potatoes!
The taste of cauliflower is completely hidden in these mashed potatoes, giving that extra bonus, plus it’s a clever way to hide them! These mashed cauli-potatoes are so good, we think they will trump any mashed potatoes out there!
My friend Nicole stopped by one day with a container filled with her creamy mashed potatoes, and while I was enjoying some, she tells me they were blended with mashed cauliflower. My reaction? WOW! I had no idea and couldn’t tell the difference.
In fact, I thought to myself – this is genius! Nicole makes it often for her twins, mainly to disguise the cauliflower in order to get them to eat extra veggie nutrients. And I have to tell you, it tasted amazing! Just like you’re eating the basic mashed potatoes.
We love cauliflower and always try to think of new ways to cook, or incorporate this wonderful vegetable in side or main dishes.
How to Make Easy Mashed Cauli-Potatoes!
Here’s how you do it. Simply rinse, cord and break off the florets of the cauliflower. Boil for a few minutes, drain and mash them.
In the same time, boil your favorite white potatoes, drain and mash. Mix the two together along with butter, half and half and season with salt to taste.
Then blend with a hand mixer until you get a smooth creamy texture.
You will love the fact that you are giving your family all the nutrients that both cauliflower and potatoes offer, as it offers less starch in each serving.
After one taste, you’ll be hooked! They are that good!
Mashed Cauli-Potatoes or mashed potatoes with cauliflower or cauli-mashed potatoes, whichever you may call this, is one recipe you’ll have to try!
This recipe for mashed cauli-potatoes makes a wonderful side dish to serve with your favorite roast with brown gravy for this season. And who knows, it may be your new favorite side dish for this holiday season.
A definite keeper! Thanks to Nicole!
A Great Tip: When planning to make this, it’s a good idea to try to measure up for equal portions.
I added one more potato = to cauliflower
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