Bobbi Gulla Recipe

Creamy Cauliflower Casserole

By Bobbi Gulla BobbiGee


Recipe Rating:
 1 Rating
Serves:
Depends on the crowd. I think it will serve 6-8 people as a side.
Prep Time:
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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


  • Comments

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    Kimmi Knippel (Sweet_Memories) KimmiK - Sep 5, 2012
    Sounds yummy!!!!
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    Bobbi Gulla BobbiGee - Sep 7, 2012
    Kimmi, its become a staple in my house. I make it about once every 10 days. I hate almost all non-starchy vegetables [with the exception, as you know, of ripe tomatoes & onions]. That basically leaves me with corn & potatoes. For some unknown reason reason, I have always loved cauliflower. I like it raw [& dipped] or hot & buttery. I guess you don't remember, but you helped me make this recipe from 1 called "brocoli & cauliflower casserole". LOL Your memory must be slipping. hahaha Anyway, you shold check out the original recipe [quoted above] since you like all your veggies...
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    Kimmi Knippel (Sweet_Memories) KimmiK - Sep 8, 2012
    I love my veggies, but they don't love me anymore. I'm doing alot of research on Crohn's & I am finding out everything I love is now bad for me. :( And all the things I have been eating for my diet snacks...are a no no. So I am lost again. I just started eating healthy in April...now I have to relearn how to eat yet again. Argh! I go for another colonoscopy in 9/21/12 & hopefully I'll get to speak to a nurtionist after the procedure, because I need some major help.
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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.
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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!!!!!