Easy Mashed Cauliflower With Nutmeg (Low Carb)

"Some people make this as a low-carb substitute for mashed potatoes. We make it because we love the flavours."
Easy Mashed Cauliflower With Nutmeg (Low Carb) created by puppitypup
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  • Steam the cauliflower until very tender.
  • Add the remaining ingredients (use the larger measurement for any ingredients you especially love).
  • Mash everything together until you have the consistency you like.

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  1. KristaSteadman
    Easy Mashed Cauliflower With Nutmeg (Low Carb) Created by KristaSteadman
  2. KristaSteadman
    I used sour cream and butter and garlic, salt and pepper.. pureed I'm the blender and added a bit of shredded cheddar.. Delish!!
  3. mersaydees
    This is so easy and delicious. Cauliflower and nutmeg are made for each other! I tried mashing by hand but ended up using the food processor. Thanks, Leggy Peggy! Made for Aussie Kiwi Recipe Swap #74, Group 6.
  4. hotnspicy77
    Pretty good.
  5. mikaboots
    Meh! I didn't think this was great. It was super easy to make but I didn't really care for the taste. Maybe I was expecting too much after reading all the glowing reviews. Since it's cauliflower, not potatoes, it didn't have that sticky feel to it even after I added the Parmesan cheese. It was a bit runny and I didn't think it tasted good. It wasn't terrible either but I don't think I'll make this again.


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