As a former nutrition coordinator, I've been hiding veggies in food for a while - pretty evident based on the recipes I post.  It's a simple variation of the Cauliflower 'Mashed Potatoes' carb counters picked up from the Zone Diet.  Looked like potatoes, but they were too wet for my taste.  So I started mixing cauliflower and potatoes together, whether they're mixed with fresh potatoes (I always leave the skin on the potatoes to boost the fiber content), instant potatoes or a combination of the three, always awesome.  They're flavored with about 4 cloves of garlic, poultry seasoning, pepper, salt and a little butter.  When I worked in a Kids Cafe, kids of all ages devoured these potatoes and always asked for seconds.  They're a hit at our house too.  A super healthy way for people living with diabetes to dine on a reasonable portion of mashed spuds.
 

Easy Recipes for Cheap Living
Last Updated November 26, 2010
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Easy Recipes for Living Well on a Budget