This Fry Sauce comes together in 1 minute, is creamy, satisfying, and seriously the best for French fries, vegetables and so much more. You can be sure you will l never want to eat anything without this sauce. A keeper that even pickiest kids will love and no one could ever tell it is vegan.
This Burger Sauce is easy to make with simple ingredients, versatile and puts any store-bought version to shame in no time. It is homemade, ready in under 5 minutes, creamy, and you can't even tell it is vegan. You can be sure everyone will eat it, it is a keeper and so satisfying.
Stop spending crazy amounts of money on overly expensive store-bought Vegan Mayonnaise; make your own at home in mere seconds with only 4 simple ingredients; This technique is so quick and easy and produces such a rich, thick and creamy mayonnaise, you'll adopt it as soon as you try it!
This Bang Bang Sauce is easy to make at home with simple ingredients, is budget friendly and tastes simply amazing. It is ready in one minute, and you will be wondering how could it be even vegan. This is even a great option for you if you're eating seafood and meat, but don't do dairy.
This Vegan Italian Dressing is rich and creamy, yet oil-free! With cashews and just a handful of pantry ingredients, you can whip up this versatile plant-based dressing in minutes. Perfect for topping salads or roasted potatoes, or thicken it up for a decadent veggie dip.
Looking for the a list of the best vegan conidments to keep on hand? This guide can help. We've rounded up over 25 vegan-friendly fixins with helpful tips.
This Awesome Sauce is a great all in all condiment that surely makes any dish better. It is a 5 minute recipe which is so easy to make with simple ingredients but yet so impressive in taste. Even the pickiest eaters will eat this family favorite. No one would ever tell it is naturally vegan and can be prepared so effortlessly.
I’m so enthusiastic about this Vegan blue cheese recipe Ι’m about to share with you. Firstly, I have been experimenting with this recipe for quite a while and secondly, it tastes just like the real thing. The consistency is just right and it’s so creamy and smooth that you can spread it on a hot slice of bread easily with a knife but firm enough to slice up as well. It has a robust and very distinct scent. It was a totally entertaining experience for me, but if you have been checking my blog posts out, you already realize that making vegan dishes like that fast and easy is my forte. Thus, I jumped into the opportunity to create an easy vegan blue cheese recipe so you can enjoy this vegan alternative without needing weeks in advance. Vegan Blue Cheese After many experiments later, I came up with the perfect alternative to the regular blue and cheese, but my own variation is silky smooth, sour and has a twist to it--and it even has these characteristic green-bluish lines through it. With just 8 ingredients and 20 minutes to prepare, you can make your own DIY dairy-free blue cheese. Serve it with a toast of bread, crackers, on a sandwich, as a salad topping and anywhere else you may think of! Pin the image below if you like this Vegan Blue Cheese! Pin Ingredients: 2 cups raw cashews ¼ cup pure coconut oil, melted 3 tbsp ACV vinegar 3 tbsp white miso paste 1 tsp onion powder ½ tsp garlic powder ¼ tsp spirulina (for the bluish-green lines) 1 ½ tsp salt Directions: Pre-boil the cashews to soften. Add them to a medium pot filled with water and place over high heat. Once you reach a boil, boil the cashews for around 10 minutes until softened. Drain and wash with cool water. Another way to soften the cashews is to place them in a bowl, cover with water, and let them soak for at least 6 hours. Again drain and rinse before you need them. Both of these ways work to tenderize them so they blend easily into a creamy smooth paste. Make the cheese foundation: add the tenderized cashews with the coconut oil, ACV vinegar, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and miso paste in a blender or food processor. Pulse, scape off the sides with a spatula until the combo is as creamy and smooth as possible (it will also be a tad sticky and warm to the touch). Take your molds and line them with parchment paper or plastic wrap. You may also use a silicone mold. You may also take any dish or mold you fancy to host the cheese--I personally used two mini springform pans to yield two cheese wheels. Shape the cheese: Spread about half of the cream cheese mixture into the mold and even out.