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    Default Cauliflower Potatoes

    This is the best recipe EVER!! This tastes just like a loaded baked potato!

    Cook 2 1/2 cups cauliflower until tender but firm. Chop into pieces
    about the size of hash browns. Mix 1 cup sour cream, 1/2 cup grated
    cheddar(medium is good), the chopped white parts of 3 green onions,
    3/4 tsp salt and 1/4 tsp pepper. Stir in cauliflower. Place in greased
    baking dish and sprinkle 1/4 cup grated cheddar on top. Bake @ 350 for 20
    minutes or until heated through. Crumble 3 slices cooked bacon on top
    and sprinkle on the chopped tops of the green onions. Serves 5 at 4.4
    carbs each. Reheats well in the micro but freezes really badly.

    The green onions & bacon *really* make this dish special!

    There were NO leftovers, as my family scarfed this right up! ENJOY!!

    Melody

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    These are FANTASTIC!! unfortunately, did not get my full serving as the family went ga-ga over them!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!
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    Ooo yum, had this for our anniversary dinner and it was "to die for". If you have anymore of these excellent recipes, raisin2girls, please post them. Yummy.



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    This is a wonderful recipe........for just the hubby and me, it easily made two meals and was just as good reheated in the microwave.
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    Thank you for posting this recipe. I loved it! It was great!

    Thanks again,
    Tami

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    Thank you sooooooo much rainin2girls, this is definately a keeper, can't wait to try them myself! Misty

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    OH YUM!

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    I'm going to try making these in a crock pot for a party we are going to tonight, I'll let you know how they turned out. I've made them the regular way and LOVE them!
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    I just made this and wow. I usually taste everything before baking. And I tasted this for spices and decided not even to bake it. I was alone for dinner so, wasnt worried about pleasing others.

    Unbaked this is like a wonderful sour cream potatoe salad. I did add a bit more bacon, and used yellow onion instead of the green onions but it is delicious.
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    I added a can of chopped green chiles for a change of pace. It was great!!
    Tex---changed my life 8/29/03
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