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Excellent delicious creamy soup! I used baby precleaned carrots and so therefore I did not chop them up. I used the recommended chicken stock as well as frozen cauliflower florets. I also doubled the soup. I pureed the soup with a blender in batches. I enjoyed the soup very much and I was the lucky one to get the only non-pureed baby carrot. How it escaped the blender, I will never know. I also loved the flavor added by the addition of the nutmeg. Made for PAC Spring 2013.

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AcadiaTwo March 17, 2013

This is very simple and tasty. I put it together this morning while DS had breakfast, and by afternoon the flavors had melded beautifully for a nice lunch. This gets the fifth star for two reasons: veg soup is a great way to get toddlers to eat veggies and this soup is no exception, and I have been paying out the nose for organic canned veg soup because of it. So not only did this make a yummy meal for us that DS will eat but it also will save me boatloads of money in the long run. Thanks for posting! Made for Healthy Choices ABC.

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smellyvegetarian March 13, 2009

Carrots nicely complement the cauliflower. Excellent low fat, low sodium way to get your veggies. Substituted low sodium vegetable broth for chicken broth with good results.

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maryelmiller February 17, 2009

This recipe was awesome. One night, I randomly only really had cauliflower, carrots, and half an onion in my fridge and was pondering what to cook. I stumbled upon this recipe and decided to try it. It came out great! I am also lactose intolerant, so I substituted fat-free Lactaid milk in the recipe which worked out great. And with the nutmeg in it, it's great for a cold winter night!

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dancer511 November 17, 2008
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