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Old 03-27-2013, 14:11   #1
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Does anyone know how to make cheese sauce to put over vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower or other vegetables without using regular wheat flour? Have looked here on forum without success.

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Cream cheese + shredded cheddar + a dab of mustard, to taste -- may need to thin with cream or almond milk or whatever ...

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CHEDDAR CHEESE SAUCE - Linda's Low Carb Menus & Recipes


even tho I don't bother making a 'sauce'. I put grated cheese on top of whatever & either bake till it has melted. Or put a lid over it till it melts.

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Thanks so much. Would that be equal amounts of cream cheese and shredded cheese? I'm excited to try this. Grandson is coming for a visit tomorrow and he loves cheese and broccoli, so putting the two together might encourage him to eat more "veggies"?

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CHEDDAR CHEESE SAUCE - Linda's Low Carb Menus & Recipes


even tho I don't bother making a 'sauce'. I put grated cheese on top of whatever & either bake till it has melted. Or put a lid over it till it melts.
Both of your ideas look yummy.

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YEAH /\/\/\ There you go.

I make it b'guess and b'golly -- start out with 4 oz cr chs and add cream, almond milk or water, and mustard (sorry, I did say the grated cheese first but no), melt the cr chs into the liquid, then stir till fairly homogenous, then add grated cheese.

Or you could heat in the microwave and then blend in blender.

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Go find a cheese called Boursin. It's a soft cheese with herbs and garlic in it. Cook veggies and mix it in, it will melt and OMG good. Also great mixed with scrambled eggs.

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Gotta try that! I have a recipe for it in recipes. Barefoot Boursin....I love the stuff on Optimist's Crackers which I have a new box of...




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Now you got me thinking. I used to make a blue cheese cream sauce for my Gorgonzola stuffed chicken. Never thought about making a LC version. Thanks for the idea!

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And if it works, you will add to our recipe section?




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