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Keto Mashed Potatoes

These fluffy, creamy keto mashed potatoes recipe are created without potatoes but still turn out great! No need for cauliflower; a hidden component imitates potatoes without carbohydrates.

The majority of recipes for keto mashed potatoes replace cauliflower, but I've never found that to be the best option. It never becomes as creamy or thick as a proper potato mash ought to be. It also clearly has a very light cauliflower flavor. I substitute rutabaga, another low-carb veggie.

Truly changing the game is substituting rutabaga for potatoes. This potato-free mashed recipe is airy and delightfully smooth. It tastes like real potatoes and has a delicious buttery flavor.

The Components

  • Rutabaga– also known as swedes, when mashed, this vegetable replicates potatoes.

  • Butter– either salted or unsalted butter works.

  • Heavy cream– adds extra creaminess and works much better than milk or half and half. The heavy cream will need to be warmed before adding it to the mash.

  • Salt and pepper– to taste.


The rutabaga should first be placed in a saucepan of salted water.

They should cook until soft after bringing it to a boil.

The rutabaga should then be drained and smoothed out using a hand mixer.

Now, gradually incorporate the warmed heavy cream and the melted butter until smooth.

Put it into a serving bowl and start eating right away.

Serve and Enjoy.

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