Vegan “buttery” mashed UNpotatoes

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Ingredients

  • 1 big ‘ol parsnip (check out the fatty below)
  • 1/2 cup cauliflower florets (approx 1 medium sized head)
  • 1/4 cup butternut squash (approx 4 large chunks)
  • 1 tsp miso paste (optional)
  • 1 tbsp nutritional yeast
  • 1/3 cup nondairy milk (I’m a fan of rice milk or coconut milk)
  • salt & pepper to taste

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Instructions

First peel the parsnip (I don’t go out of my way to get all the exterior off, just a loose skinning to get off the major ickies). 

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Then, chop and steam the crap out of the veggies (the mushier they are, the easier the blend). 

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Then add to blender (I use my magic bullet) along with the nondairy milk of choice (I use plain coconut milk), miso paste, nutritional yeast, salt & pepper

Blend blend blend and voila!

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Easy peasy creamy, buttery mashed potatoes (but without cream, butter, or potatoes – duh).

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24 thoughts on “Vegan “buttery” mashed UNpotatoes

  1. uneviesaine

    This looks great! I’ve loved mashers since I was a kid but rarely eat them because of how unhealthy they can be, but this sounds like an awesome substitute! Thanks for the recipe :)

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  2. Kate

    Gah, that looks amazing! Seriously, that mash looks phenom…pretty sure I have to try this asap! Thanks for such a great idea!

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  3. Alice

    OK, this is quite possibly the most amazing recipe I’ve come across in a long time. I love parsnips, butternut squash, miso, and So Delicious coconut milk beverages! And all in one dish? That sounds and looks crazy delicious! No added fat, either? I am so making this tonight!

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  4. ethel

    This totally looks fingerlicking good…mmmm…A mi me gusta!

    Confession, I don’t think I’ve even had parsnips. It looks familiar, but since I don’t know how some veggies are translated in English from Kapampangan or Tagalog, I think it’s still safe to say, I’ve never tried it. Maybe I’ll be adventurous…haha

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  5. welshsarah

    I LOVE root vegetable mash! Good job. Hadn’t thought of adding the nutritional yeast though. I know what I’m having with one of my dinners this week…

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