Dairy free cauliflower mash recipe

Last night I shared I made dairy free cauliflower on facebook, twitter, and instagram.

And I wanted to share the recipe here as well!

Dairy free grain free cauliflower mash

cauliflower mash potatoes

This recipe is so easy to make, and very adaptable to different palates.

Just have fun with it!

Just a few ingredients away from a wonderful side dish.

Use what spices and flavorings you like!

vegan cauliflower mash

Dairy free cauliflower mash recipe
Recipe Type: side dish
Author: purelytwins
Serves: 3
dairy free cauliflower mash
Ingredients
  • 1 whole head of cauliflower
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 1/4 cup nutritional yeast
  • pinch sea salt
  • handful fresh parsley
  • 2 tsp chives
Instructions
  1. First steam up cauliflower. Once soft and slightly cooled place cauliflower in blender (food processor would work too). Blend a little.
  2. Then add in seasonings.
  3. *do not have nutritional yeast – you can use cheese, almonds, or cashews
  4. **can put some butter or coconut oil in as well, maybe around 1 tbsp
  5. Adjust flavor to taste.
  6. Keep blending till smooth!
  7. Then have fun scraping it out of the blender, haha.
  8. Enjoy as side dish, or even as a snack.

A great side dish for dinner!



Enjoy!

Michelle

*photos taken with my iphone

Michelle Corso

22 Responses to Dairy free cauliflower mash recipe

  1. I love cauliflower mash! I made something similar just the other day–the post will go up shortly–that was a cauliflower and turnip mash. So good!

  2. Great recipe! I love that is is both grain and dairy free! Perfect for me!

  3. Sarah A. says:

    Does this recipe have to have yeast in it?

  4. Ooh, I’ve never tried mashing it in my Vitamix. Great idea! I haven’t gotten cauliflower in a while.

  5. katieDid says:

    Just made some this morning for a little project, couldnt believe how great it turned out. Cauliflower is a cool veggie hah.

  6. Love the sound of this recipe. The next time I go to the grocery, I’m picking up cauliflower just to make this. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Kierston says:

    So fun and easy to make! Thank you for sharing this recipe! :) Pinning and tweeting!

  8. Love cauliflower mashed! Great post!

  9. Yum! I can’t wait to try this recipe. This is such a great idea for people like me who feel like they “need” some kind of starch to go with a meal. You should add “guilt free” to the title of this recipe, too! :) Thanks for sharing!

  10. Robyn says:

    Oh yumminess!! I don’t do very many cooked meals,,,but this was super delish…I added miso to the blender and topped with pumpkin seeds…will make again,,,thank you :)

  11. Wow this looks great. I love cauliflower but I need more ways to enjoy it since not everyone in the house loves it so much :)

  12. chris says:

    Looks like you girls are one step ahead for a Thanksgiving post!Yum, this looks delish, and I look forward to getting a head of cauliflower!!!!

    Mmmm….you can probably even use the mash to make a “shepherd’s pie”

  13. Lena says:

    I just made this and the 1/4 cup of yeast was way too over-powering. I added more herbs and even some goat cheese but I couldn’t get past the yeast taste. Next time I’m going to try about a third of that amount.

  14. kwruk says:

    I made this with scallions instead of chives & it came out bright green! Very delicious. Thank you for the recipe! I also cooked the garlic in some olive oil to caramelize it, then added both. I did not use any yeast or cheese, just a splash of whole milk. I think next time I may try fat free sour cream, to keep things low fat.

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