Potato-Cauliflower Soup is a creamy and comforting soup loaded with leftover mashed potatoes, mashed cauliflower and some Parmesan cheese. Best of all, this luscious and creamy texture soup is made without a ton of butter and no cream, making it fewer in calories and fat for everyone to love!
Here is another delicious way to use your cauliflower! Add them to soups! This recipe idea came from my homemade recipe for Mashed-Cauli Potatoes.
Potato-Cauliflower Soup is not only very tasty, but it’s less starchy compared to a creamy potato soup.
My family loves soups, especially creamy texture ones. Since they were craving for one, I decided to come up with a new one.
I had some leftover mashed potatoes from the night before, and decided to make a soup with them. So I took those leftover mashed potatoes and mixed it with steamed cauliflower, onions, vegetable broth and grated Parmesan cheese. And this potato-cauliflower soup was born!
This soup was not only good, it was much easier to make – for sure!
I love this soup for two reasons; it’s simple and positively delicious! And it makes my first course ready in no time!
You’ll be amazed how light, creamy and so tasty this soup turned out!
Perfect for this season, especially on chilly nights.
And as a final touch, I added a few drops of extra-virgin olive oil on top, to give it an additional savory flavor to the soup.
Everyone enjoyed it! I guess will be making this Potato-Cauliflower Soup all winter long, especially when I have leftover mashed potatoes from the night before.
Here’s a Great Tip:
If you plan to make mashed potatoes as a side dish for dinner, then make extra! And plan to use the leftovers to make this soup, the very next day. You can use anywhere from 1 cup to 3 cups of mashed potatoes with this recipe.
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