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What to do with a head of cauliflower

Fresh Market has Cauliflower for .68/lb this week (ends tomorrow). So, I thought I'd post a quick recipe about what I like to do with a head of cauliflower :)

Ever tried to add cauliflower to your mashed potatoes? It's simple, and your kids can't tell the difference! (Trust me, if your kids are as picky as mine, you'll get those veggies in them just fine!)


In large pot, cut up head of cauliflower and add as many potatoes as you want.
Bring until potatoes and cauliflower are soft enough to be pierced by a fork.

Drain.

Mash potatoes and cauliflower until smooth. Add butter, milk, salt and pepper (or whatever you would usually add to your mashed potatoes) until creamy. You will probably not need as much butter and milk with the cauliflower as it holds more water than the potatoes.

Serve and enjoy!!

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