Everyday meal series – Broccoli Puree

This is a favorite of my non-keto son. He just loved the taste of it, and even prefers it to a traditional potato puree. I used to like potato puree a lot but I promise you that now I would not change this one for the beloved potato puree. It is lighter, creamier and the taste is awesome.

Usually I pair it with pan seared fish, steak or duck breast, but it can be paired with anything you feel like. That is the beauty of food, there is freedom to adapt it to our needs, tastes and likes. In the picture it looks coarse, but that is because I added chopped parsley at the end, which is not needed.

Let me know if you like it by leaving a comment or a like, engagement is important, and rewarding


Everyday Meals – Broccoli Puree


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  • V
  • GF
It's creamy, it's silky and it's delicious. An it is keto. A great side dish for a roast, a steak, salmon, or whatever you feel like pairing it with
  • Difficulty:Easy
  • Prep Time:5 mins
  • Cook Time:10 mins
  • Serves:4
  • Freezable:Yes

Nutrition per portion

  • 200g broccol florets
  • 50g butter
  • 100ml heavy cream
  • salt, black pepper and nutmeg to taste
  • Cook the broccoli in salted water until soft
  • Drain it for 10 minutes
  • Blend the broccoli in a food processor or stick blender
  • Return in to the pan, season with salt, black pepper and a pinch of nutmeg
  • Add the butter and cook on low heat until liquid evaporates and it has the desired consistency
  • Add the cream and mix well
  • Adjust seasoning if needed



  1. Motoguzzimomma - Christine

    This vibrant green purée is packed with healthy nutrients and taste. It would pair so well with any protein, especially fish. With salmon, it is a match made in heaven. Thank you once more 🥰


    1. heelsandspices

      Thank you Christine


  2. ywarnick

    Can’t wait to try this.. thank you x


  3. kathleen paul

    So I made this and I love it. the thing is mine was a lot drier that what you have pictured here wondering why?


    1. heelsandspices

      Maybe the blending? Or the ingredients themselves. Try to add more cream


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