Hi! This is how I make the cauliflower....
I put the water and some bouillion in a saucepan with a couple cloves of garlic and the cut up cauliflower. Cook til it's good and soft. Drain liquid off. Use the handmixer to whip up with a laughing cow low fat cheese wedge. Whip til it's smooth. VERY GOOD!.
I'd love to try this for Thanksgiving as well while everyone else is drowning their mashed potatoes in gravy!.
But I'm a little confused as to how to count it. Where does the cheese fit in? How much is a wedge? Is it a condiment, a fat serving, a meatless lean? Please help!.
I'm not sure what she meant by a wedge. But I'm just gonna use a ittle grated I think. Fat free of course. Depending on how much you use - the cheese would count as a meatless lean - (or at least deduct from it) and the cauliflower would count as a cooked vegetable. Depending on the spices you use - those would be condiments. I would figure about 1/2 cup being a serving...
Laughing cow cheese comes in wedges or mini rounds, theyre both the same weight..
Google rocks, as do all of you!.
Laughing Cow Lite Cheese Wedge nutrition info for 1 wedge (of any of the lite varieties - swiss creamy, french onion or roasted onion and garlic):.
1 wedge = 21 g.
1g sat fat.
260 mg sodium.
2% vit A.
Sometimes it is easier to just plug it all in to MyMedifast as a recipe and see how much of it fits into a daily plan.
Thanks for the help!.
Let me know how it works out! I want to try some too!..