This is a recipe I adapted from veganyumminess. We use it often for not only mac-n-cheese, but also in nacho cheese dip, as a topping for baked potatoes, and over steamed broccoli. I highly recommend it! https://www.pinterest.com/pin/310889180503338874/
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Looks delicious, I might try. I've been making vegan mac and cheese a lot but with the powdered vegan cheese that you dissolve in water to make the sauce, so I guess not as healthy...
Will have a look at your new look blog
MozIsMyShepherd, I'm betting you'll really like this. I think it's so much better than powdered cheese. And the cheese sauce is so versatile, it can be used not only for mac-n-cheese, but also nacho cheese dip, a topping for steamed broccoli and potatoes, and more. As a matter of fact, when I make the sauce, I always make a double or triple batch to use for all the above. I put it in mason jars and store in the refrigerator to liven-up some of my other dishes throughout the week. Just this weekend, I used it for nacho cheese dip. Love it and no guilt since it's made from potatoes, carrots, onions, and cashews! YUM!
I just bought my very first container of nutritional yeast- I am excited and a little nervous about trying it for the first time! http://bragg.com/products/bragg-prem...salt-free.html
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Yay purplefox! That's the same brand I buy, and I really like it. It also has B12, which is a plus! I use nutritional yeast in a lot of recipes, and I sprinkle it and sea salt on my popcorn too. It's not something I'd eat by itself, but it gives a slight cheesy flavor to many recipes and dips. Love to hear how you like it when you try it.