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Blue Cheese Cauliflower Mash

Being on the GAPS, you can’t have potatoes, so that’s why I decided to make a cauliflower mash.

Some people either love blue cheese, or they hate it. I’m one of those people who love it! Obviously, if you aren’t the blue cheese type, this recipe probably isn’t for you, or you could just omit the blue cheese and just eat it as a regular cauli-mash (which is still really tasty!). 

Ingredients-

two heads of cauliflower (chopped)

1/4 cup of raw cream (obviously you could use pretty much whatever type milk (except dairy-free….won’t taste too good) or cream here, but raw cream tastes the best. 

2 tbs. of organic or raw butter

2-4 ounces of blue cheese (you can make the mash as “blue” as you want it!) 

sea salt

black pepper

garlic powder

Boil the chopped  cauliflower. Strain. Add cauliflower to a bowl with the rest of the ingredients. Mix with a hand mixer until the cauliflower turns into a mash. 

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Be careful when mixing, because this can make a mess! IMG_1318

Finished cauliflower. 
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Enjoy!

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This entry was published on December 10, 2012 at 6:47 PM. It’s filed under GAPS, Recipes and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Blue Cheese Cauliflower Mash

  1. I haven’t tried blue cheese, but your recipe looks delicious! I think I’d probably make a mess making it, but it would be a mess worth making :).

    • Glad you’re thinking about making the cauliflower mash!
      Just to let you know since you said that you haven’t tried blue cheese before, it is definitely one of the stronger types of cheeses. I still really like it, but if you’re not a strong type of cheese person, you may not like it. If you still do want to try it (which I hope you do!) this would be the recipe to make, since incase you don’t like the strong taste, the cauliflower takes some of that away.

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