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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Comments (24)

  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 :)

  2. molly @thevegandorm

    yum! this is seriously genius! can’t wait to try it!

  3. Kate

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

  4. BroccoliHut

    I’ve actually never had a parsnip, mostly because I didn’t know what to do with it. Thanks for the recipe!

  5. kbwood

    those look fantastic girlfrand!

  6. Jenna

    Mmmm!

  7. 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!

  8. Katie

    MMMMM.

  9. Shelley (findinghappinessandhealth)

    these look sooo delicious!! anythign with squash is a winner in my book :)

    xoxo
    shelley
    http://findinghappinessandhealth.wordpress.com

  10. Gena

    Great minds truly do think alike. I just posted a “mashed potatoes” recipe too!

  11. Abby

    Awesome Awesome Awesome.. I LOVE parsnips (ya.. not heard too often) lol.

    Thanks for sharing :)

  12. Jenny

    dooooooood.. I bet these would make a mean shepard’s pie. Do itzzzz.

  13. Michal

    Nom nom nom! These look delish and sooo healthy dang girl!

  14. cmb0096

    Yay for recipes–thank you!! And yes, that is a HUGE parsnip..wow!

    Courtney

  15. 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

  16. Beth

    Yummo! Another reason to use my Magic Bullett!! :)

  17. julie

    easy breezy beautiful cover girl. or butternut mashed unpotato type thiiiing

    looks gawjuss girl.

  18. Run Sarah

    That looks SO good, I love plain caulfilower mashed ‘potatoes’ already, I’m sure the bnut would extra flava!

  19. 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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