Cheddar Cauliflower Soup

January/February 2010

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Start your meal off with a bowl of this satisfying, easy cheesy cauliflower soup.

"This turned out great ! I also broke up the cauliflower with a potato masher and used half gouda (to give it a smoky flavor without the animal products) and half cheddar. This is fantastic for vegetarians if you use cheeses made with...
Cheddar Cauliflower Soup

36 Reviews for Cheddar Cauliflower Soup

A few tweaks & mmmmm

I thickened the soup with some mashed potatoes from my garden, I also used a hand blender to break up my cauliflower. I used veggie stock instead of water.
I also sprinkled fresh dill on each left overs?? :o)

Hearty soup
Satisfying comfort food!

I made a few changes to create 2 lean & green meals for my medifast plan - used broth instead of water, reduced milk to 1/2 cup, added 1 cup lowfat cottage cheese when cauliflower softened and pureed with hand blender. Reduced the cheddar to 1 cup, omitted flour, added nutmeg and cayenne for some zip. Super satifying and filling!

lean, green, lowfat, nutritious, easy, quick, delicious
Better than expected!!!

Didn't have leeks or bay leaves so left them out. Used almond milk and put the cauliflower through the food processor after cooking. Added diced ham for the boys. I can't believe how good this tastes. You'd think there is heavy cream or butter in this soup. Will definitely make again!

Creamy, healthy
Amazing Can't-Believe-It's-Healthy Soup

I was a bit skeptical at how good this soup would be, but was very pleasantly surprised at how great it tasted! My 8 year old son even loved it (and he's a picky eater). This will definitely be something I make again.

Creamy and guilt-free. Easy to make.
Cauliflower cheddar soup

I loved this. I have never cooked with leeks before but this was very easy. Didn't have a bay leaf, so added a bit of thyme.


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