Hey! — So promise me you’ll give this a chance before you write it off as weird because it is so good (and really easy).

What you’ll need:

-1 head of cauliflower

-3 cloves of garlic

-1/8 cup-ish Soymilk (or non-dairy milk of your choice, or real milk if you really want to)

-Salt & Pepper and some parsley if you want to be fancy like me


1. Boil the head of cauliflower in a big pot of water with the cloves of garlic until tender (mine was pretty huge and took about 20 minutes) — aka your fork can go through it without much pressure

2. When it’s done, drain the cauliflower and garlic and put them BOTH a food processor

Note: If you have an immersion blender that would definitely work better and I am pretty jealous

3. Blend the cauliflower, garlic, S&P and an 1/8 cup of soymilk together. Start by putting only part of the milk in and then slowly add until you have the consistency you want. Blend until all of the chunks are gone but not so that it’s all runny.

4. Serve with a sprinkle of fresh or dried parsley (because herbs have lots of antioxidants and are delicious)

Then voila! I had it as a side to some fish here, but also ate it with some stew on top later on. It kept in the fridge well for a week and reheated perfectly. Use it like you would any starch!

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