Creamy Cauliflower Pasta

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Creamy Cauliflower Pasta is just what the recipe title says, creamy and pasta and cauliflower. If you have not tried cauliflower in pasta in the past, try it today. And try it, especially if you have fussy eaters who might not like it, because this can be a great way to hide this tremendously good food in to your family diet. This recipe does lots of nutritious tricks to bolster the quality of this dish. For example, it suggests that you stir in lettuce, a great choice of green, in to the dish before serving it. It also recommends dried parsley, but consider choosing fresh and chopping it fine. As well, almost any green would work. So if your family prefers spinach, kale, Swiss chard or any other green, stir that in. Swiss chard and kale take a bit longer to cook and you might even want to pre-cook them before stirring them in to the dish, but spinach and lettuce can just be added just before serving and heated through.

If you want to get finicky eaters to eat the cauliflower, chop it up quite fine. They will never even notice that it is in this recipe. The rotini adds plenty of texture that works well with the cauliflower, and the other veggies you add will also play on the flavor. Cruciferous vegetables, such as cauliflower, are great food choices and full of good nutrition for your family. The more you can get them in the habit of eating this terrific food, the better you can feel about giving them great good meals.

This is an easy and quick dish where you can add in lots of good food for you family without them even being aware of how much you have bumped up the nutrition. This dish is great served warm, or even cold. Try it soon and see what dinner ideas you bring to this dish.

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