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  • Low-Calorie, Creamy Cauliflower "Mashed Potatoes" Recipe

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    Low-Calorie, Creamy Cauliflower "Mashed Potatoes" 

    It doesn't quite feel like a true holiday meal without creamy mashed potatoes to go with your turkey and cranberry sauce. Unfortunately, most mashed potatoes usually become caloric disasters,  laden with butter and heavy cream. 

    Enjoy a much healthier and lower-calorie version of mashed potatoes while reaping the benefits of vitamins and fiber from cauliflower with these creamy faux mashed potatoes. Feel free to reduce the amount of cheese in order to make them even healthier. You can also substitute vegan cream cheese and remove the yogurt for a dairy-free version.

    Don't just save them for the holidays, either. Mashed cauliflower "potatoes" are great any time of year! ProSource low calorie healthy cauliflower mashed potatoes

    Ingredients

    • 3 12-oz. Packages frozen or riced cauliflower
    • 1 TBSP Non-fat cream cheese or Neufchatel 
    • 1 TBSP Plain Greek yogurt
    • 1 TBSP Parmesan cheese (optional)
    • 1 TBSP Unsweetened almond or cashew milk
    • 1 clove garlic  (or garlic powder to taste) 
    • Sea salt and pepper to taste
    • Chives for topping, chopped

    Directions:

    1. Microwave or cook the cauliflower according to the directions on the package. You can also buy one head of cauliflower and boil it under tender, then chop into small chunks. 
    2. Once cauliflower has cooled slightly, drain any excess water, then put all ingredients - except almond milk - into a food processor.
    3. Blend until smooth, slowly adding almond milk as needed to get the desired consistency. The milk may be unnecessary  depending on how much water was retained in the cauliflower. 
    4. Open the food processor and scrape down the sides, then blend again to get it perfectly smooth. You can also add more cream cheese, yogurt, or Parmesan to suit your tastes. You may also want to add other herbs such as parsley or rosemary. 
    5. Top with chopped chives and serve!

    Serves 2-4 people 




    Holly Pinkham

    Personal Trainer

    Certified Personal Trainer & Nutrition Coach



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