Garlic & Herb Mashed Cauliflower
This recipe is a lighter take on the traditional side dish of mashed potatoes. I first started making cauliflower mash in 2013 when I moved to Portland, Oregon. As a whole, the West Coast is substantially more health conscious than the Midwest. So when I officially moved, I wanted to find ways to enjoy some “Illinois-home cooking” with a “Portland healthy” twist. And voila, that’s where my cauliflower mash began.
Its high fiber content will help with digestion while offering only 30 calories per cup! For this recipe, I chopped fresh herbs, garlic and added a small amount of grass-fed ghee to give it a savory, yet buttery flavor. With only five ingredients and minimum prep required, cauliflower mash is an easy and tasty addition to your weekly menu.