Skip to main content

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!!

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Gardner Village Series: Country Furniture & Gifts

Gardner Village is a local treasure. If you've never found your way down there, October is the month to do it!  The shop owners love Halloween! The village becomes a witch village and many times, shop owners will even dress up.   On my most recent trip to Gardner Village, I stopped in at Country Furniture & Gifts which is a store very ready for Halloween.

The store is located in part of the old restored flour mill built in 1877 by Archibald Gardner in West Jordan, Utah.  The store is very family oriented and houses many built-to-last items such as dining room tables, sofas, beds and chairs.  They are also famous for their rug room where many of their rugs are still USA made. As they say, "A rug makes a huge impact for a minimum investment to any room."


The home accessories and giftware are amazing!  They have all sorts of decor for all sorts of personalities. Please be sure to pay them a visit.  It's worth it!
If you're an interior designer, you might quali…

LOW Entry Giveaways Ending This Week

GIVEAWAY: ERGObaby Carrier! -CLOSED-

Winner

I have carried my little boy in a baby carrier since he was born. I love the convenience of strapping him in and not worrying about the hassle of a bulky stroller. It's also a comfort to hold my little guy close and safe. When I had the chance to review the ERGObaby carrier, I was thrilled to try something that could extend my baby wearing days.


My first test was a true one...Costco. I admit that I didn't really look at the directions when I put the carrier on in the parking lot. But I didn't need to! After one look at a picture in the user manual, I strapped my 20 pound boy in, placed my little girl in the shopping cart, and started on my way through the aisles of Costco. I immediately noticed that the carrier more evenly distributed my son's weight than my normal carrier and held my boy high so my legs weren't bumping into his. This made it significantly easier to tote him around the store. Indeed my normal trips to Costco are exhausting. But after…