Recipe by KNUDSEN
"The addition of cauliflower and reduced-fat Cheddar cheese to these fluffy mashed potatoes keeps them light without compromising the delicious flavor."
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red potatoes, cut into chunks
small cauliflower florets
KNUDSEN Light Sour Cream
KRAFT 2% Milk Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese
Made this withh just a few minor changes. I left a little bit of the cooking liquid with the potatoes and veggies, which made for a nicer texture. I used less potatoes and more cauliflower, did not make it taste less like mashed potatoes. It was a bit bland for my taste so I added salt, pepper and a bit of garlic. Overall pretty good. Does not taste low fat and it is probably an easy way to sneak some cauliflower in without your kids noticing it. Prep time is super fast and 40 minutes is a very generous estimate. Once the veggies are boiled it takes all but five minutes to mash everything together. For those who have never made mashed potatoes before: you must mash them by hand, please don't use a blender or you'll end up with a pretty untasty, glue like mush.
No one liked this recipe at all.
I modified this version slightly. My husband is against eating potatoes (b/c of the carbs) so I've been using turnips instead. They are less than half the carbs yet the texture still resembles potatoes. The taste is just a little sweeter. So I thought I'd substitute them for potatoes in this recipe and it turned out wonderful! Along with everyone else, I added some kosher salt and ground pepper for flavor! I will def be adding this to my saved items and making it again!
I cooked the potatoes and cauliflower in organic chicken broth for added flavor. As I mashed them, I added fresh ground pepper and some sauteed garlic and onion. Really good. Even my cauliflower hating husband and potato hating youngest liked these. Excellent with meat loaf.
This is great! I, like other reviewers, used more cauliflower than potatoes. I also omitted the sour cream and subbed it with some milk to make it lower in fat. Definitely needs some salt and pepper though.
More cauliflower and more sour cream...Definitely needs salt/garlic/flavor but tastes like the real thing. Like others, I don't throw in the cheese.
We really liked this recipe. I've made it twice and left it basically the same both time (doubled it the second time). I tend to add garlic & some random italian spices for added flavor. But it was surprising really good and I loved the texture. I could eat this in place of mashed potatoes on thanksgiving!
I like this recipe with more cauliflower as others have suggested. I will next time steam the veggies or for sure drain the califlower in a collander to get as much moisture out as I think the end product is a little watery. Thanks for the recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Healthy Living Cheesy Smashed Potatoes
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 70
** Calories from Fat: 9
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