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Uriah West 6 months ago
turn out very good!!!! super easy to make & fast
Tianna Sikora-Adams 9 months ago
Best cauliflower recipe I've ever tried. Really enjoyed the roasted garlic.
lucien 9 months ago
too much garlic, recommend use half or less than the recipe
Tina Shifflett 10 months ago
Really tasty will make again!
Michele Leah 10 months ago
Very good and pretty easy to make. Some of the reviews said they didn’t add all the garlic but we did! Yum!
jd 10 months ago
Added more butter, black pepper, and salt.
leannarominger 10 months ago
Delicious, but adjust slightly!
Kate a year ago
Great texture and glad I read the reviews. Only used half a head of garlic, added some butter for extra creaminess. But way too much thyme. I would suggest 1/2 tsp and go from there.
Alex G. a year ago
The garlic gives it a great nutty taste. Mine was a bit on the saucier side.
Hello a year ago
So yummy, I will add it to my staples
Mal F. 2 years ago
Yum . Definitely make it again
Julie Yarnelle 2 years ago
A little runny for my first try. But good tasting!
Parul G. 2 years ago
tasted fine... had it with tomato sandwich and the combination was great
Cary C. 2 years ago
I love it ; is very good in yummy!!!
Tam 2 years ago
Amazing and simple. No modifications
LylasMommy 2 years ago
This is so delicious even my extremely picky 12 month old loves it. I will definitely be making this every week now, thank you!
glovercab 2 years ago
Great. Used riced cauliflower and added a 1/4 cup of non-dairy milk. Creamy deliciousness .
Hello 2 years ago
Texture great, we just prefer potatoes but use this with mozzarella cheese as pizza crust (Wheat Belly book)
Kendra 2 years ago
This is good but not great. I love that it's a healthier option for mashed potatoes but I think the Thyme was a bit much. I'm going to put less or replace it with rosemary instead. This was easy to make and I will be making this again!
Gianna Magnocavallo 2 years ago
Delicious and pretty easy to put together. I skipped the thyme because I didn't have it on hand but added a little butter and salt when blending in the food processor. Even the kids liked it and asked for seconds (and thirds)!
j e. 3 years ago
I added one small potato and coconut water for consistency and smoothness. Plenty of salt and pepper to top it off. Delicious!!
Sandhya 3 years ago
Okay. I might try it with a small potato on the mix as suggested by others to see if the consistency is better. Play around with the seasoning to your liking!
Jennifer 3 years ago
I've been having insane pregnancy cravings for mashed potatoes. Like, "Get me some mashed potatoes and no one gets hurt!" kind of cravings. The problem is with gestational diabetes, the potatoes are a no go. I thought this would be a sad substitute, but hallelujah! it satisfies the pregnancy beast just as well as my beloved potatoes! I did substitute real butter for the olive oil, and add a dash of milk to make them smoother. But I could honestly eat this every single day...oh, wait, I actually do!
Catherine Villeminot 3 years ago
Delicious and super easy!! I substituted the olive oil with margarine to make it a bit more creamy. The only less positive aspect is that since I m wanting to be mindful of my energy consumption, next time I want to do this recipe when I m already using my oven and not just for two heads of garlic.... Sure is tasty though!
Arlene Cyril C. 3 years ago
its yummy and a great subtitute to a mash potato....my kids loves it....... i can make this also to my friends who are vegetarian
Gretchen B. 3 years ago
Very good! Only a couple hiccups. Website with directions was down, so had to wing it. While recipe didn't turn out as expected, was still delicious! I assume - after the fact - that cauliflower needed to be 'mashed' in a food processor to achieve creamy texture. Tried using mixture, which made cauliflower more 'rice-like.' Probably should have cooked cauliflower longer but didn't have instructions. Will definitely try again!
Jon M. 3 years ago
This was ok, but not amazing. Needed a lot of seasoning and, as another reviewer pointed out, I ended up adding some actual potato to get the consistency right.
Joséphine D. 3 years ago
I added one mashed boiled potato (peeled) to give more consistency and some parley to give more color. Of course it's important to use fresh garlic.
Liliana A. 3 years ago
This recipe attracted me since it is so easy to make, I enjoyed the result although I did some twists: roasting both the garlic and the cauliflower florets already seasoned with dried thyme, pepper, salt and olive oil; I also added a little milk to give it some smoothness while blending. It turned out really well, my family was so tired of boiled cauliflower this idea made them click with it again.
Kathy W. 3 years ago
I am not a fan of fresh Thyme, so I left it out, thinking it would need something else to make it delicious. But when I tasted it after adding the salt & pepper, I loved it, and didn't add anything except a little bit of almond milk to moisten it as needed. DELICIOUS!! My skeptical daughter also agreed that it is definitely a good substitute for mashed potatoes!! I will definitely make this again!!