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Cauliflower and Brocolli Mash [Paleo, banting, gluten-free, lchf]

This mash is worth making – even if you don’t like cauli much (like myself), it is oh so delicious. This mash is absolutely lovely, the texture is great and it is lower in carbs giving you a nice slow release of energy. Whilst also being packed with nutrients!

Broccoli and Cauli Mash
Broccoli and Cauli Mash

Ingredients: (serves 4+)

1/2 Small brocolli head (chopped)

1 small cauliflower head (chopped)

200ml fresh cream/coconut cream



Handful fresh parsley: chopped or 2 Tsb dried parsley

2 Tsb fresh chopped origanum or 1 Tsp dried origanum

200ml filtered water

Method: 30 Minutes

Add 200ml to a pan over medium/hot heat. Add the broccoli and cauliflower – allow to steam for 15minutes or until all the water is finished. Add the broccoli and cauliflower to your blender and add the herbs, salt, pepper and fresh cream or coconut cream.

NB: Place your coconut cream in the fridge for at least 1 hour prior to usage then skim off the thick part: Use that, save the water for a smoothie or to add to the mash if too thick.

Blend until well blended to your desired consistency. Bon apetit! 🙂




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