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Old 04-09-2013, 07:51 PM   #121
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I have this in the oven now. I added a heaping spoonful of grainy dijon mustard. DH isnt a fan of cauli so I will eat this for my lunch for the next few days.
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Old 04-10-2013, 04:41 AM   #122
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I have this in the oven now. I added a heaping spoonful of grainy dijon mustard. DH isnt a fan of cauli so I will eat this for my lunch for the next few days.
Sounds yummy
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Dawnyama, I am so thankful that you posted this recipe and hope that you and your precious daughter discover many delectable recipes that will help her control her diabetes.

I made this recipe today, but tweaked a little due to a bygone mac and cheese recipe that DH and I enjoyed until we realized that it was one of the many foods that was working against us. I left out the eggs because he didn't want a baked eggy casserole. Instead, 12 ounces of cheddar was melted with 4oz cream cheese, 1/4 C cream and 1/4 C almond milk, dry mustard, roasted garlic flakes, and a dash of Worchestershire sauce. That melted mixture was stirred into the prepared cauliflower and ham before being baked for a few minutes. We loved it! Next time, I may add in a little bell pepper. Our original recipe contained frozen mixed vegetables and cream of chicken soup. But the cauliflower was oh, so good.

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Old 04-15-2013, 05:27 AM   #124
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Oh, yours sounds yummy lazy. I would love to try that, but with those additions I am so afraid my kids won't like it. I once made my mom's homemade mac and cheese recipe (back before I started low carbing) and my kids did not eat after that first bite. My DH and I ended up having to eat the whole pan. Ugh!!! Kids are so picky!!!!!!!! Maybe when my DH and I don't want to share our meal, I can use those additions. So glad you tried it.
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Old 04-15-2013, 05:17 PM   #125
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Oh, one of my sons would never, never touch any macaroni and cheese. And the other one wouldn't have liked this. But they are grown and gone, so I'm enjoying this without having to make something extra for them. I'm so glad you started this thread.
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Old 04-16-2013, 12:37 PM   #126
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I'm trying this tonight!! Sounds so delicious!!!
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I made this using broccoli instead of cauliflower and I really liked it.

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Gina - that looks exactly what I just finished eating for dinner! Yummy!
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Old 04-21-2013, 08:06 PM   #129
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It was good!! I think I like it better than the cauliflower. It was a nice change of pace!
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Funny, last time I made it I thought it would be good with broccoli too! Looks good!
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Old 04-22-2013, 11:39 AM   #131
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Finally trying it !
Was super duper easy to put together

Hope DH loves it too so i can make it often. Thanks for the recipe !
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Oh, one of my sons would never, never touch any macaroni and cheese. And the other one wouldn't have liked this. But they are grown and gone, so I'm enjoying this without having to make something extra for them. I'm so glad you started this thread.
My grown son claims to hate cauliflower but LOVES this!
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Old 04-23-2013, 03:46 AM   #133
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My grown son claims to hate cauliflower but LOVES this!
Perhaps I should ask my "non-cheese hating" son to give it a try. This stuff is so good.
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Making this tonight! I am doubling the recipe as I have a 2 lb ham to use. I hope to have leftovers for breakfast tomorrow. This is truly my DD's most favorite casserole from my low carbing days.
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I have some ham to use up, and this dish would certainly dress it up I love cauliflower, but would also love to try the broccoli version of this dish.

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Perhaps I should ask my "non-cheese hating" son to give it a try. This stuff is so good.
I don't understand people who hate cheese. Really really....
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Sounds wonderful, Dawn!

LOL Deb!

Gina, that looks yummy with broccoli as well.
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Have to make this soon. My DD is asking for it! Just need to buy some ham.
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Sounds yummy. Will have to try it.
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Old 01-27-2014, 11:51 AM   #141
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Well, we are going to see how this bakes in the crock pot. I finally have the ham, but our oven is broken. Just the oven part so I have just boiled up the cauliflower and will assemble the casserole and put it in the crock for a couple hours to heat together. Let's see how that goes
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how did it work in the crockpot Dawn?
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Oh, thanks for reminding me. It did really well! But I do have to add that I put it in like around 2 and ate it about 6PM or so. It was not in there all day long, like I do with meats.
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Hi Dawn

It's been several years since you DD's diagnoses. How is she doing now?
I'll bet she loves the way you cook for her.
Hopefully she is doing well.
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Hi Dawn

It's been several years since you DD's diagnoses. How is she doing now?
I'll bet she loves the way you cook for her.
Hopefully she is doing well.
She is well. Getting tired of the daily grind of the checking blood sugar, but I can hardly blame her. I would get tired of it all too. Thank you for asking. She really does enjoy the casseroles. When I made this one last time, she was really missing it. Must remember to have ham on hand Linda Sue's site is absolutely a life saver
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Oh, thanks for reminding me. It did really well! But I do have to add that I put it in like around 2 and ate it about 6PM or so. It was not in there all day long, like I do with meats.
Im wondering if it would work with frozen cauliflower and kielbasa since that's what I have on hand..... Maybe if I just add a little longer crock pot time since its frozen cauli?

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Im wondering if it would work with frozen cauliflower and kielbasa since that's what I have on hand..... Maybe if I just add a little longer crock pot time since its frozen cauli?

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I use frozen all the time. I cooked it, assembled the casserole and then put it in the crock pot.
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Oh the recipes..... Thanks. I'm restarting low carb, and looking for new ideas..

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Im wondering if it would work with frozen cauliflower and kielbasa since that's what I have on hand..... Maybe if I just add a little longer crock pot time since its frozen cauli?

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Frozen cauliflower works really well in this recipe. Although, I am picky about dishes not being too watery, so I defrost it and squeeze it out some first, then add it in. Love to see that Dawn has added the crockpot as an option as well! I love this recipe.
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