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Goat Cheese and Cauliflower Mash Up by Chef Alexa

Goat Cheese and Cauliflower Mash Up

Goats are some of my favorite creatures. Their funny eyes, little horns, and tiny feet tickle the heck out of me. I giggle every single time I see a goat. Every. Single. Time. What I like the most about goats is their cheese! If I had my way, I would eat goat cheese all the time. Apparently, I’m not allowed to swear in this, or I would include some exclamatory remarks about goat cheese. Indiana happens to make some of the finest goat cheese known to mankind. Our Hoosier goats are the best. Their cheese makes anything taste palatable—even mashed cauliflower.

For the keto way of eating, mashed cauliflower is a staple side dish. While I don’t find cauliflower objectionable, mashed cauliflower can only be described in one word: gross. Using my chef-sense, I realized that goat cheese could add the missing flavor and texture to make it good. My Goat Cheese and Cauliflower Mash Up recipe is still low carb, sugar free, and gluten free. It just tastes better.

Chef Alexa shows off the perfect serving portion

When I calculate my macros, I’m often guilty of eating too lean. Along with flavor and texture, goat cheese adds healthy fat. That’s why this dish doesn’t need to wait for Thanksgiving to make an appearance. During the week, I serve it with Bison and Pork Meatloaf. I just wish I could be surrounded by goats when I eat. That would truly by KetoLuxe.

Enjoy Goat Cheese and Cauliflower Mash Up with your Thanksgiving meal or anytime of the year

Order my Magic Sprinkle and make this extra special.

10 minutes

10 minutes

4 cups chicken bone broth
1 head cauliflower, chopped
½ cup fresh goat cheese
1 tablespoon butter
2 tablespoon heavy whipping cream
1 teaspoon Magic Sprinkle


  1. Bring stock to boil in large pot.
  2. Add cauliflower and continue boiling for 10 minutes.
  3. Drain cauliflower. 
  4. In a food processor, blend cauliflower, goat cheese, cream, and butter.
  5. Stir in Magic Sprinkle.
  6. Serve warm. 

12 servings

Have leftovers? Form into patties and sauté in butter the next day.
Don’t like the tang of goat cheese? Substitute creamed cheese.

If you want to make your own Magic Sprinkle, combine black pepper, salt, and dried garlic.

Net carbs: 0 grams
Total carbs: 0 grams
Fiber: 0 grams
Fat: 5 grams
Protein: 3 grams
Calories: 57
Glycemic load: 0


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