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I can barely type I’m so excited about this recipe for Cauliflower Mash!! My Mother in Law sent me a recipe for a cauliflower mash last week and it inspired me to try to make my own. I have always been skeptical that any veggie can taste like mashed potatoes but I have been proven wrong. This is better than mashed potatoes!!!! You seriously cant believe how creamy it tastes.

This is a side dish which will be a major staple for us now. Besides being delicious, cauliflower has many health benefits. It contains a large amount of Vitamin C, folate, and Vitamin K. Not to mention it is very low in calories so you can eat a lot of it.

I served the cauliflower mash with sliders that were out of this world! I will share that recipe soon. The cauliflower mash is so important it needed its own recipe post. We have leftover mash that I am going to reheat with chicken this evening. You could really change this mash recipe by adding any herbs you desire or even a little prosciutto for crunch and of course there’s always room for cheese!

Ingredients:
1 head of cauliflower
2 cups of chicken stock
4 sprigs of fresh rosemary
5 cloves of fresh garlic

Directions:
Cut the leaves of the cauliflower and discard (they taste bitter)
Place cauliflower in dutch oven or crock pot with 5 cloves of smashed garlic and rosemary leaves.
Cover with chicken broth and bring to a boil for 15 mins (check it halfway through so it doesn’t burn). Depending on your heat setting cook for as little as 10 mins. or as many as 20 mins.
Remove the cauliflower from the broth and place the cauliflower into the Vitamix or food processor. The rosemary and garlic will be chopped/ground thoroughly in the blender. Do not add the broth to the mash as it would make the mashed cauliflower too wet.
Mash the cauliflower on low until creamy smooth. Make sure to spoon down the sides so the larger chunks of cauliflower get mashed too.

Tips:
I made mine earlier in the day so I just put it into a baking dish and reheated before dinner. Tastes great reheated. Also can be prepared the night before for Thanksgiving dinner.

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