Whipped Cauliflower With Cheese & Sour Cream

Total Time
30mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

There are many recipes for Mashed Cauliflower. This is simple, good and fast and different. A make ahead recipe if desired. Your guests will be guessing the ingredients. Enjoy!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Boil the whole head with core side down in large stock pot. Make sure the entire head is covered by boiling water. Cook on medium high heat.
  2. Stick a fork in it after 8 to 10 minutes.
  3. It must be soft.
  4. Drain in colander.
  5. Place drained cauliflower in mixing bowl and margarine.
  6. Mash on low speed.
  7. Add crushed crackers, Italian seasoning, salt, pepper. Mix at low speed.
  8. Fold in sour cream with spoon.
  9. Tear slices of cheese in small pieces and fold in to mixture.
  10. Pile in heat proof serving dish.Heat for 3 - 4 minutes in microwave. Serve.
  11. You may refrigerate covered, then heat in microwave. Use a longer time at 70% to 80% power because it is chilled.
  12. You will have your guests guessing at the ingredients. Enjoy!
Most Helpful

5 5

I loved this recipe. I made if for Thanksgiving and every time I see cauliflower is on sale, I instantly think of recipe!

5 5

This looked very interesting so I had to try. 3 changes, but nothing much. I did use Monterey Jack as you suggested. Velveeta, unless it is mixed with rotel and served with Doritos ... I don't touch it. Sorry Velveeta fans. The cheese was great. I did puree almost smooth, but did leave a little texture. I used a whole wheat cracker blend. I'm not a saltine fan, they worked very well. Then I added a little fresh fine chopped parsley.. Ingredients were on spot. I put mine in individual gratin dishes and then topped with a sprinkle of cheese and baked in the oven to brown the top slightly. I was a great dish. It is in my book. I just enjoyed the monterey jack and the hint of fresh parsley,

4 5

I didn't whip mine until it was smooth, but left it looking like little tiny pieces of cauliflower. I used whole wheat crackers and left out the salt, and arranged more Velveeta decoratively on top. This was tasty, but felt like it should have had something more I can't put my finger on. Next time I'll try the colby-jack, and add in some jalapenos or bacon.