Cauliflower Puree 2 Ways

Hello! It’s a been a big week here in Weir Delicious world. I started back with full time orders Monday and man did I miss decorating cookies! I do love a schedule and knowing what I have each day, this will be life with a newborn right? (hehe) 

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We also finished up Whole 30 this week woohoo! I’m still (sort of) sticking it to until I really want a sweet or it’s time for our Sunday night Mexican fix. My takeaways are the same as before, whole foods are definitely the best options for fueling your body and I do believe I had some improvements to my energy and Bowen lost 10 pounds! 

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And onto the recipe portion of the blog: We eat a lot of cauliflower at this house and both seem to tire of the same roasted side dish. I’ve been wanting to try this cauliflower puree and recently gave it a go-two thumbs up!

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It’s a delicious, creamy alternative to a sauce for any protein, we loved it. I also used the leftover cauliflower to stuff potato skins. We thought they needed some sharp cheddar, other than that a healthy option for game day eats. 

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Cauliflower Puree
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Ingredients
  1. 1 small head cauliflower
  2. 3 yukon gold potatoes
  3. 1/2 cup full fat coconut milk
  4. 2 T butter/ghee
  5. kosher salt and cracked pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. Remove florets from stalk of cauliflower, steam until tender. Bake potatoes in 400 degree oven until tender, remove potato flesh from skin. Working in batches, puree cauliflower and potatoes until smooth. Next, press the cauliflower puree through a mesh strainer (this ensures a silky end result). Place puree into a sauce pan and add coconut milk and butter, heat on low until ready to eat.
  2. You will have lots of delicious cauliflower and potato flesh left to stuff potato skins with! Mix potatoes in with butter and green onion and bacon and bake at 400 for 10-15 minutes.
Mississippi Made http://www.mississippi-made.com/
 HALF-WAY BUMP UPDATE! 

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One Response to “Cauliflower Puree 2 Ways”

  1. Linda Gatlin
    August 11, 2016 at 8:50 pm #

    love all your recipes. you are looking great. Are you sure you are expecting !!! no Baby weight to lose after you have that little one. Miss not getting to see you…..in person

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