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    Pair the gnocchi with your favorite sauce; we sauteed it in butter and sage.

    However, the taste and texture might not be for everyone. My son said, "Ew." And when I disclosed they were made from cauliflower, he gave a more resounding, "EWW!"

    Personally, I have to say they are not nearly as addicting as Trader Joe's frozen Gnocchi al Gorgonzola. But if you're watching your carbs, or just fully onboard the trendy cauliflower train, then this new frozen food is definitely worth a try.

    Plus, you get a little bit of fiber (6 grams per serving) and more veggie vitamins and minerals from the cauliflower.

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