12 Reviews

Wow, I didn't think I would like this but liked the idea of it so I made 1 head for the family to try (would have been pleanty for 4 of us). DH didn't like it at all but both kids loved it (9 & 6) and so did I. I used low fat sour cream and a butter substitute (Olivio, I think) I served it with Quick and Low-Cal Grilled Bistro Chicken Quick and Low-Cal Grilled Bistro Chicken and steamed green beans. A meal I highly recomend. Thank you so much for posting this. I'll be making this again and again.

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Ilysse December 29, 2007

I have recently become very addicted to this dish of yours but I LOVE it with cheese and bacon bits are a good addition too! Thanks for sharing.

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kaec September 02, 2007

I steamed the cauliflower for 15 minutes and then put it in the stand mixer to whip it up. It had a yucky texture, so I think if I steamed the cauliflower longer it would be very good.

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College Gal December 04, 2006

Jane, you did it again. You promised this was wonderful, but I had no idea it was this good (and healthy to boot). This is another keeper, my friend.

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~Bliss~ August 09, 2005

Yet another delicious version of mashed cauliflower. These are simple, yet rich and creamy. I halved the recipe and mine took about 10-15 minutes in my steamer.

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HeatherFeather September 22, 2004

Attempting to lower the carbs in my diet I tried this recipe. I really enjoyed it and it almost reminded me of cauliflower with cheese sauce. I did not use season salt but I will next time. I think it will give it the kick it was missing. Thanks for the recipe.

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atm1970 August 21, 2004

A very good recipe. I halved the recipe for three people. I used riffraff's suggestion of cooking the cauliflower a little longer than I normally would, and it came out great. Very creamy, nice texture. For those who like to experiment, I'm sure you could add other spices or cheese or whatever you like. Thanks, Jane*in*RI.

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sybrsuzy August 17, 2004

This was an excellent side dish, I have made it several times, sorry forgot to post my review until now. Thank you for a wonderful recipe, I love cauliflower as it is and now I have a new way to make it.

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GRECORICAN August 02, 2004

I cut this in half as there are only 2 of us. I love this recipe. I never expected it to EXACTLY like potatoes but it is pretty darn close if you ask me. I have found if you cook the cauliflower a little longer then you normally would it makes this dish a little creamier.

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riffraff August 02, 2004

I don't like cauliflower and I loved this dish. I added shredded cheese on top. This was perfect for low-carb, which I am doing.

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Vivien Preece June 01, 2004
Mock Mashed Potatoes (Cauliflower)