7 Reviews

Yummy! I used fresh cauliflower and instead of using a blender, I used a potato masher so the cauliflower would still have some texture! I will be using this recipe and making different varieties as well, such as broccoli, etc. Thanks for sharing and happy holidays! ~Sue -Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders tag.

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Sue Lau December 19, 2008

Yeah, I don't know. It was great how easy, but I found the texture odd. Grainy and a bit runny. I thought it was perhaps b/c it was slow cooked in the crock pot? So, I'm not sure I'll make this again. It was my first crock pot soup, I did use fresh cauli... anyway, thx for your recipe.

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Chef Pollo June 03, 2011

This is delicious, I have made this many times since getting the recipe.....very simple and taste really good!!!

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markandlisa January 14, 2009

We try to have 2 lighter, but warming dinner meals twice a wk on dys DH eats a dinner meal at noon while at work. Soup is ideal for these meals & I esp like no-muss, no-fuss easy-fixes using my crock-pot. I used frozen cauliflower but had yet another prep method when done cooking & b4 adding the cream, WS & cheese. I pulsed the soup (in the crock-pot) w/my *Magic Bullet* to break up the veggies, but still leave bits of them for texture. The soup is flavourful & was served with Curry and Mayonnaise Rusks by Jewelies + fruit for a rich (but not overly so) & satisfying meal. Made for the PRMR tag game & thx for sharing this recipe w/us. :-)

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twissis January 07, 2009

I also used fresh cauli in mine,and cooked on the stovetop.I also used some skimmed milk mixed with cream rather than all cream.This was a lovely soup with lovely flavour,that was easy to put together.What more can you ask for?! Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders.

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Noo October 17, 2008

I used fresh cauliflower for this but aside from that went by the directions using fat free creamer for the cream. It's a lovely smooth soup that remains light enough to be a perfect starter to a big meal. The cauliflower flavor is clearly present and enhanced by the other ingredients, not covered by them.

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Annacia September 04, 2008

I adapted this to a stovetop method, and it was soooooo yummy! I used fresh cauliflower, and half and half instead of cream. I covered and simmered it on the stovetop for about 25 minutes. I blended it, but left just a little chunks. I added the h&h, worcestershire, cheese and had an awesome soup for lunch! I'm quite positive this is just as awesome with the crockpot method..... and I will do it that way sometime. Thanx!

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*Parsley* August 21, 2008
Cheesy Cauliflower Soup (Crock Pot/Slow Cooker)