The humble Cauliflower – it doesn’t have the stunning color of a beet nor the great rep of broccoli. But let’s discover the full beauty of this vegetable.
- This modest veggie is related to cabbage and kale.
- It comes in 4 different colors white, orange, purple, and green.
- Very low in calories
- And a source of Vitamins C and K, folate, iron, potassium, and fiber.
Because of this, it makes for an incredible, body fueling, nutrient-packed substitute in many different dishes like cauliflower rice, pizza crust, and in this case a cauliflower mash.
Try adding it to your next batch of mashed potatoes in our Roasted Cauliflower Potato Mash!
Nutrition Facts Face-Off
Comparing our roasted cauliflower potato mash to regular mashed potatoes – our recipe has significantly fewer calories, fat, cholesterol, and sodium – while containing more fiber and potassium. Substituting some potatoes with cauliflower can help your Thanksgiving recipe pack a nutritious low-calorie punch.