Country Crock Holiday Veggie Kit #HolidayVeggieDish

If you hang out with me on OurKidsMom’s Facebook page, I recently shared what my fridge looks like after a bi-weekly shopping trip.


As you can see, vegetables play a large part of our daily diet. I have found that having a nice variety of ways to prepare them helps keep the family coming back for more… eating & enjoying them.

I wanted to share one of my quick & easy dishes that we prepare quite often. I am a huge mushroom fanatic. On the occasion I make eggs for breakfast I like to make this as a side dish or if I’m feeling a bit lazy I will make it and pour my eggs into the pan so they meld.


It’s really incredibly easy but oh so tasty. Start with a little bit of margarine (Country Crock)/butter/olive oil (whichever you prefer), add in onions (we love red onions because they are a tad bit sweet) and stir until soft, add in green peppers stirring for a few minutes, add in mushrooms, sprinkle with garlic salt and stir until cooked through. Voila! Three of my favorite vegetables mixed together with a tiny bit of garlic salt…mmmmmm.

Garlic-mashed-potatoes-_-cauliflower-297482-264196.cardCountry Crock wants to add a little spice to our vegetable prep. They sent me a few veggie recipes that I am eager to try out. One in particular is for Garlic Mashed Potatoes & Cauliflower. I’ve heard of “faux” mashed potatoes using just cauliflower, but this is the first time I’ve seen a dish with both potatoes and cauliflower. Doesn’t it look yummy?

Country Crock wants to make sure our kitchens are fully equipped for all the delicious veggie dishes we will be preparing this holiday season. That’s why they are offering this fun prize pack including a new Calphalon pan, a veggie slicer and more! I used the veggie slicer last night and it’s the first time in forever that I’ve chopped an onion without crying!

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  1. Claire says

    I learned that they have a pinterest!

  2. Debra F says

    I learned that you can download a cookbook called A Very Veggie World from their website.

  3. sheila musselman askins says

    like the Liven Up Those Leftovers good tips..always looking for ways to use up leftovers!

  4. Natalie says

    That spinach was the winner:)

  5. hey di how, and cool beans they have a recipe for cyote squash, I always wondered what to do with them, they look so cute in the produce section

  6. Lisa Brown says

    I like the article: Liven Up Those Leftovers

  7. Lisa Brown says

    Left comment on Thanksgiving Sides That Steal the Show

  8. Rochelle says

    I like the recipe Easy Mashed Gingered-Carrots. Thanks!

  9. Judith B. says

    Spinich won out over Kale in their people’s choic awards by 4 to 1. Although Kale has all the nutritional benefits of spinich, I don’t think it is as popular because it seems to be a new choice for many.

  10. Paula Lee says

    I love that you can get Country Crock with added Calcium.

  11. barbara n says

    I love the Good Habits section of their website

  12. Kathy S says

    Country Crock spread has 70% less saturated fat than butter and 30% fewer calories

  13. Sarah says

    I learned they have many recipes and meal ideas on their site!

  14. i love the recipe section and the veggie cookbook download!

  15. Megan Parsons says

    I liked their In the Kitchen Page!

  16. Maralea says

    Love the recipe section!

  17. Jillian DeMarco says

    I learned they do meatless mondays 🙂

  18. D Schmidt says

    Visited and I found the article on how to liven up leftovers very useful

  19. mell says

    I like the Liven Up Those Leftovers article.

  20. Kimberly Schotz says

    I liked the suggestions to liven up our leftovers

  21. Thomas Murphy says

    I like the free cookbook

  22. The free cook book is great

  23. Ann Fantom says

    I would like to try Country Crock’s Aztec Veggies & Rice recipe.

  24. Robyn says

    I like the Baked Chicken Fingers recipe.

  25. Andrea D. says

    I like how they have a free recipe guide you can get.

  26. debbie jackson says

    liven up those leftovers and grilled turkey sandwich are great ideas

  27. Eileen says

    I found this great recipe for apples! We have a variety now and just picked up pecans can make this tomorrow…a dreary weekend will perk up with some warm from the oven comfort food!

  28. Tanya Phillips says

    I learned that Recipe Exchange Parties are a growing trend. I’ve never heard of it, sounds fun!

  29. carol roberts says

    I love the Good Habits section

  30. mary fanara coleman says

    I read about the cool crock country county fair. And that they have food I’ve never heard of like onion blossoms and carrot kabobs to zucchini fries and corn dogs

  31. mary fanara coleman says

    I left a comment on It’s Fair time…

  32. Priscilla says

    I learned how to make a easy veggie soup from wilted vegetable by reading the Liven Up Those Leftovers article.

  33. rachelle jones says

    I love the “good habits” page!!

  34. Rust says

    I learned the spinach won in their Peoples Choice Veggie competition! It’s one of my favorites.

  35. Colleen Maurina says

    I learned that they have some great recipes to try on their website.

  36. daisy says

    Country Crock spread has 70% less saturated fat than butter and 30% fewer calories

  37. Colleen Maurina says

    I use my leftover gravy mixed with leftover turkey, chicken broth and pasta to make a yummy soup.

  38. Sonya says

    I like the recipe for Easiest Ever Spoonable Corn Bread

  39. Debbie Welchert says

    I love their In The Kitchen Section. They have some great recipes I want to try.

  40. Debra F says
  41. carly dunavant says

    i learned that Spinach won their Peoples Choice awards: Veggie edition

  42. I learned that I should Pack Lunch at Dinner. “Make lunch for the next day immediately after dinner so you only have to clean up once,” says Ward.

  43. lina says

    I like their Good Habits page!

  44. Christine says

    I would like the Roasted Cauliflower.
    Thanks for the chance!

  45. Nicole B says

    I learned that there is a free holiday recipe book you can download from their homepage.

  46. They offer a very cute CookBook from the their website. It’s free and called A Very Veggie World.

  47. Mer says

    Yum! There are some very good ideas there! I really want to try the spoonable cornbread recipe.

  48. I want to try Cinnamon Apples With Pecan Crumble

  49. debbie says

    I liked the lunchtime layered salads

  50. Wanda McHenry says

    I like the recipe for Baked Spiced Squash

  51. Jennifer says

    the “liven up those leftovers” article is great!

  52. Fawn H says

    I like the Re-think your Leftover Tubs article

  53. Jen S says

    They have lots of recipes to choose from.

  54. Ruby Yoshi says

    I like the Veggie-licious Snacks article

  55. Priscilla Benavides says

    I like their Entertainment section, I printed out the Turkey Day Placemat for next year’s Thanksgiving!

  56. shannon oelrich says

    grill pineapple for a yummy low calorie dessert

  57. Tara Liebing says

    I learned they have alot of great ideas for leftovers. I also want to make the Sping Green Beans recipe they have posted.

  58. Heather! says

    I learned that Country Crock has some great tips for parents who find themselves in the middle of the ‘The Great Veggie Showdown’!
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  59. Heather! says

    I left a comment on “Liven Up Those Leftovers”.
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  60. heather eg kaufman says

    I like the recipes

  61. Ashley Hatten says

    Cinnamon Roasted Sweet Potatoes.look good!

  62. Ani says

    I like the recipe for Easiest Ever Spoonable Cornbread.

  63. Stephanie Hirsch says

    I like that they have a good habits suggestion area. The smart snacks for road trips is an awesome article, I will definitely utilize some of those suggestions in the future.

  64. Angela Cash says

    I learned that the website offers spring gardening tips straight from the Crock Country gardening experts.

  65. cynthia says

    Liven Up Those Leftovers

  66. Amanda Alvarado says

    I love all the great recipes and tips! The Smart Snacks for Holiday Road Trips will come in handy next week when we will be taking a small road trip!

  67. nicole lewis says i love this recipe i am going to try it this weekend

  68. Mary Cloud says

    I like the quick and easy veggie saute
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  69. Seyma Shabbir says

    Love the country crock butter!

  70. Julie says

    my post did not go through so I am doing it again sorry I learned that they have a cookbook you can download:)

  71. Jennifer Hedden says

    I liked the free recipe book. It had lot of neat and creative ideas for making eating veges fun! I like the Mt. Veggie Volcanoes.

  72. Jennifer Hedden says

    I left a comment on Country Crock Festive Desserts: Saving the Best for Last as Jennifer Hedden.

  73. Rita M says

    I learned that their “Good Habits” section has everything from healthy recipes to good advice.

  74. latanya says

    I learned you should cook the harder vegetables first when sauteeing

  75. Lisa F. says

    I found the recipe for Chocolate Pecan Pie. Yumy!

  76. I like the recipe for Chocolate Pecan Pie.

  77. nannypanpan says

    i like the sweet potato mash recipe

  78. Ronalee Duncan says

    i liked the article Smart Snacks for Holiday Road Trips
    lots of good information


  79. D Schmidt says

    I left a comment on Live Up Those Leftovers

  80. Dina says

    I found a free recipe book for download at their website!

  81. mar g says

    for left over vegatables—- Puree and fold them into your mashed potatoes—for a creamy veggie mash-up.

  82. polly says

    mmm the chocolate pecan pie recipie

  83. Elena says

    I like the Baked Spiced Squash recipe

  84. I found and downloaded the A very veggie world cookbook from the website. I always try to give my family their fruits and veggies

  85. Rachel Miller says

    I didn’t realize they had so many recipes on their site!

  86. Kristen says

    I want to try the Spoonable Cornbread recipe.

  87. Allison Downes says

    I like the Festive Desserts: Saving the Best for Last post in their In the Kitchen Section

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  88. carol lewis says

    They say that CC has has 70% less saturated fat than butter.
    Also many recipes you can try. Some look very good!

  89. carol lewis says

    commented on Spring Beans!

  90. Joana A says

    i like the lunhbox remix

  91. Sherrie C. says

    I like the recipes, especially the Chocolate Pecan Pie recipe. I’m thinking of making this pie for Christmas dessert. Thanks 🙂


  92. Sherrie C. says

    Visited Country Crock Chronicle and left a comment on this post as Sherrie C.


  93. Leann Lindeman says

    I like the crafty things they did with the lids.

  94. Gianna says

    I like their layered salad ideas.

  95. Kelly D says

    I learned they have great veggie recipes on their site.

  96. Rich Hicks says

    they have some nice recipes like this green bean recipe

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  97. Rich Hicks says

    left comment on chroncle

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  98. Sandy V. says

    Their website has a lot of Smart Snacks ideas.

  99. Andrea M says

    I like that they have some ‘eat healthy’ tips!

  100. Penny B W says

    I got some great ideas from the Smart Snacks for Holiday Road Trips article!

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