Celery Root Mashed Potatoes

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Celery Root Mashed Potatoes


Celery root (celeriac or knob celery) gets no respect. Sure it’s somewhat ugly, but so are other tubers that grow underground. This mild vegetable is low in carbohydrates, full of fiber, and can pair well with higher-carb vegetables like potatoes. In fact, your guests might not even notice that these mashed potatoes taste any different. Celery root is rich in vitamin K, which helps your blood clot normally (good for your heart, circulation system, and brain). It also has phosphorous, which helps nerves and muscles function properly and strengthens teeth. Potatoes are a surprisingly good source of the skin-protective antioxidant vitamin C.


2 cups cubed celery root, peeled
2 cups cubed Yukon Gold potatoes
½–1 cup buttermilk (depending on desired consistency)
1 Tbs. fresh chives
1 Tbs. fresh chopped parsley
½ sp. salt or salt substitute
½ tsp. crushed garlic

1. Boil the celery root in a large pot of water for 20–30 minutes or until soft.
2. Boil the potatoes in another large pot of water for 15–20 minutes or until soft.
3. Drain and mash the celery root.
4. Drain the potatoes and mash them into the celery root.
5. Fold in the buttermilk, spices, and herbs.

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GRACE O is the creator of FoodTrients®, a unique program for optimizing wellness and longevity. She is the author of two award-winning cookbooks – The Age Gracefully Cookbook and The Age Beautifully Cookbook, which recently won the National award for Innovation from the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. She is a fusion chef with a mission to deliver delicious recipes built on a foundation of anti-aging science and her 20 years in the healthcare industry. Visit FoodTrients.com to learn more. Email us at info@foodtrients.com
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