Mash Potato Snowman in a Creamy Winter Wonderland!

24 December 2013




What you will need:

6 florets of Broccoli

6 Florets of Cauliflower,

One large boiling potato (such as Maris Piper)

30g free from margarine (such as Pure/Vitalite)

One green bean/shaved carrot section

One carrot tip

2 peppercorns

3 peas

2 sprigs of parsley

150ml rice milk (or other suitable free from milk)

30g free from cheese (such as Cheezly)

15g cornflour

5g nutritional yeast

Add seasoning to taste (try and avoid salt)


For the Grass

Steam approximately 6 florets of broccoli.

Finely chop Broccoli

(this will be the grass so cover the plate in this first layer)


Mash Potato Snowmen

(We add approximately 30g of margarine to our mash potato)

Scoop mashed potato onto place

Make another slightly smaller scoop and place on top of other scoop

Add one steamed green bean/ shaved carrot section as a scarf

Add two sprigs of parsley for arms

Add three peppercorns or peas for buttons, and add two peppercorns for eyes

Add a carrot tip for the nose.

(Keep aside some mash to make ‘snowballs’ to decorate around the plate later)



Steam 6 florets of cauliflower and place upright along rim of the plate (trees).


Snow (Creamy Sauce)

Heat 150ml rice milk (or other suitable free from milk) in a saucepan,

Add 30g free from cheese to saucepan,

Add 15g cornflour to slightly thicken mixture

Add 5g nutritional yeast.

Add seasoning to taste.


What is so good about this recipe?

Cauliflower, Potato and Nutritional Yeast are great sources of B vitamins!

Peas, Green, Beans, Broccoli and Parsley are rich in Vitamin C, K, Calcium and Iron to name a few.

Many free from margarines and milks contain added nutrients such as vitamin D, vitamin B12 and Calcium.