Who doesn’t wanna dive in, head first into a big ‘ol casserole dish of Mac n’ cheese?! ??♀️ being vegan doesn’t mean your taste changes, and that you don’t seek out comforting and hearty childhood classics. But I’m here to tell you that you can still enjoy your childhood nostalgic favs, while playing a major role in lessening animal cruelty and environmental impact by making slightly different choices. You don’t have to choose. You can eat responsibly ??♀️without missing out on the dishes you love ? let me show you how!!! I have tested many vegan Mac recipes, and this takes the ?. I follow @nikkivegan recipe for Mac and cheese, with just a few modifications. Big thanks to @nikkivegan for doing all the legwork to come up with this amazing recipe. Modifications are just based on my preferences. Be sure to give this one a whirl!!!
– Use soy milk instead of almond milk (texture is more creamy in my opinion)
-For cheese, I use the same measuring of a total of 2.75 cups, these are the cheeses I prefer; @violife_foods cheddar shreds + mozzarella shreds, @wholefoods 365 brand plant based Gouda slices (I shred or chop into small pieces). For me, the smoked “Gouda” makes it. I love the smokey taste it gives which differentiates from your standard Mac flavors.
– I top with panko bread crumbs and spray with olive oil to give it a bit of crunch, then sprinkle some chopped parsley for presentation.
– I like using @eatbanza rotini pasta for a little added protein, but any pasta will do and most are vegan (always check the ingredients to make sure there isn’t any egg or dairy). Nikki’s recipe link is in my bio now, or google Nikki Vegan Mac n cheese to find!
We’re heading into holiday season, so I’m sure there are many more casseroles and childhood classics in our future. Hope you follow along ? xo #merrilyvegan #vegan #vegandinner #vegansofig #veganaf #veganfortheanimals #veganfoodshare #veganforlife