For the full list of ingredients and comprehensive instructions, please see the recipe card at the end of this post. Before you scroll, there’s important stuff in the blurb 👍
If you use the 40g of Low Fat Cheddar as your Healthy Extra A choice, it’s completely syn free on Slimming World.
Even if you’re not usually a fan of traditional cauliflower cheese (I’m certainly not) it’s worth giving it a go. Great as the main dish, or on the side of something entirely different.
One way of putting our Syn Free Cauliflower Cheese to great use is coupling it with our Syn Free Roast Beef and Gravy!
It’s a lovely, cheesy addition to the traditional Sunday roast, not forgetting that it’s Syn Free when you’re using your Healthy Extras.
If you’re a big fan of cauliflower, then look no further than our Syn Free Cauliflower and Broccoli Soup!
Such a tasty lunchtime option, filling and full of speedy vegetables.
How to make our Syn Free Cauliflower Cheese
Start by chopping the cauliflower into florets, and the leeks and onions into slices. Put the cauliflower into a pan of boiling water and cook until tender.
Meanwhile, fry the leeks and onions in Frylight until they’re nice, soft and golden. Once the cauliflower is cooked, combine the two in a pot and mix, along with the vegetable stock pot.
If you overcook the cauliflower, you’ll find that it might go a little mushy. Don’t worry, it’ll still taste good!
(I sometimes find that mixing the vegetable stock pot in a little bit of boiling water in a mug until it’s a thickish paste is better)
Once all that is combined, add the cottage cheese and mix until it’s… mixed in! Add to a dish and sprinkle over the cheese.
Put under the grill until the cheese is golden brown. Eat and enjoy!
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