Bobbi Gulla Recipe

Creamy Cauliflower Casserole

By Bobbi Gulla BobbiGee


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Depends on the crowd. I think it will serve 6-8 people as a side.
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Bobbi's Story

I stole this recipe from JAP. The original recipe [which ame I can't remember] had too many things I don't like, brocoli & crab are just 2 of the offensive [to me]ingrdients.

My JAP friend & cooking mentor, helped me to develop this.

This is so delish!!!! My hubby loves it too.

Feedback please!

Ingredients

1 bunch
cauliflower cut in bite size pieces
1/2 stick
margarine [salted] melted
8 oz
cream cheese, room temperature [softened]
1 can(s)
10 3/4 oz cream of celery soup i use campbells soup

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
2
Steam or cook cauliflower for 5 minutes

Drain well

Cool
3
Mix all indredients in medium to large mixing bowl.
4
Grease 9 X 11 casserole [I use Corning Ware]
5
Put contents of large bowl into greased casserole
6
Bake uncovered @ 350 degrees for 35 minutes [or until well heated] Remember that all ingredients are cooked. The 35 minutes in the oven is to make it heat proprerly.
7
Note: Using small storage containers, this freezes beuatifully.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Vegetables, Side Casseroles
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian


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8 Comments

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Kimmi Knippel (Sweet_Memories) KimmiK
Sep 10, 2012
I never thought it would be so hard either.....
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Bobbi Gulla BobbiGee
Sep 9, 2012
Honey, these are some major challenges [aka: obstacles]. It sux to be penalized for taking care of an aging/dying parent. I just sent you an email...

I can't imagine what it must be like to live in "the boonies" & trying to find work!
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Kimmi Knippel (Sweet_Memories) KimmiK
Sep 8, 2012
No strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, kiwi, tomatoes, cucumbers, no fried foods, no spicy foods, possilby only gluten free items (new to me), no chocolate, nuts, etc. Very low fiber foods...

I don't have health insurance. I go through a free clinic. That's what happens when you're your own mothers caregiver for 4 years. No money & no insurance. I just can't cut a break.

And yes, I am looking for work....very desilate around here. Only 3 towns within 1/2 hour. So I am looking within those 3 for work. Either part or full time would be fine. Anything further, then I would be just paying for the gas. No sense in that. Also, I need a sit down job (double ankle tendonitis) & someone that understands that I might be in the bathroom alot. Kind of hard to find.
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Bobbi Gulla BobbiGee
Sep 8, 2012
Also, check & see if your health insurance covers a nutritionist. If you're having a colonoscopy then it probably will. Call your insurance company and find out. I don't know how to quite say this, but I'm eligible to see a nutritionist due to my weight. But you have to advocate for yourself. You won't get a nutritionist unless you pursue it. You health ins co will try to put you off so they can save $, but don't let them. Found out the process for appealing a denial of coverage. Been there, done that. Remember that its better to catch flies with honey, so be sweet...but don't give up!!!!!
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Bobbi Gulla BobbiGee
Sep 8, 2012
Oh Kimmi, I'm so sorry about your Chrone's disease! I think its mainly "seedy" fuits & veggies that you have to be careful of. The seeds get stuck in the pouches of the bowel. But that would include corn, cucumbers & strawberries...a huge hole in your diet. You could probably de-seed a cucumber but it would be tedious work. A nutritionist is defineately in order! Please keep me up-to-date with this nasty business.