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This was absolutely delicious. I am not necessarily a fan of cauliflower but this intrigued me. I cooked the cauliflower in chicken stock and also added some finely diced red onion. I had guests over for dinner and everyone loved it. Thanks for sharing, Helping Hands, this is a keeper.

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Mean Mary March 01, 2011

This stuff is 100% amazing! Even my non low carb friends love it and my small children love it too. I use cream cheese in mine- a whole 8oz package and I use more cauliflower. Since I'm usually out of green onions, I find that the dried chives work very well! This is a super easy and tasty dish for anyone, not just low carbers!!

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dr_kaley February 21, 2012

I make this recipe but use 4 oz reduced fat cream cheese. It's creamier and delicious! I make this all the time in place of potatoes.

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Izzy The Terrible March 24, 2010

This is my new favorite recipe! I really love that I can have something close to mashed potatoes on my Atkins lifestyle! The bacon and cheese are amazing. I put cheddar cheese on the top at the end and put in in the broiler and it makes a nice, cheesy topping! Even my 15 year old son chose this over mashed potatoes at dinner!

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Jennybenny333 February 09, 2012

I used a head of cauliflower and it worked great. Mashed with a potato masher just until crumbly and it was the perfect consistensy for me, (I don't like how it can get watery when you puree it) This made 4 large servings. Thanks for posting!

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sweetcakes March 17, 2010

This is a great low carb dish! I'm a potato fanatic and while there is no substitute for the real thing, this came in as a good second choice. I added some chopped red onion and some grated parmesan since I had them lying around. It is also good warmed up in the oven the next day.

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Cabotello October 18, 2010

This dish is now a staple on my table. I use a medium sized head of cauliflower, full-fat cheese and sour cream and add two ounces of cream cheese too. This is the perfect pot-luck dish. Low-carb and a palate powerhouse.

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lucky777monkey October 14, 2014

Made this for my boyfriend and now he asks for it all the time. Perfect side dish! I used frozen cauliflower and left it in big pieces. Doesn't resemble mashed potatoes but is still amazing!!

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Shelly J. November 10, 2013

Yummmm! Definately a keeper and easily gluten free. The califlower I got was small so I added some left over steamed carrots-turnips-beets and all was chopped about 1 inch square to maintain some crunch. I steamed the fresh califlower 15 minutes. Used Jennie O turkey bacon. My husbands testimony..."tell them I ate it before I ate my meatloaf." Very colorful, it would be a great pot luck dish.

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JanaBird July 06, 2013

Made this and LOVED it! Got us thinking of another side dish..just add mustard and dill relish and WHALA!!!...fauxtato (potato) salad!!!..

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maddawg1969 October 18, 2012
Just Like Loaded Baked Potatoes Casserole