Over the last few months vegan mac & cheeze has taken over the selves. In the last few weeks Matt and I have dabbled in the boxes we picked up at Whole Foods.
So Delicious: Most like the blue box I remember from childhood. Kinda cheesey, kinda chemically, a bit dry. You add your own spread and non-dairy milk with this one.
Daiya: Winner! This is super creamy, everything comes in the box and has a great taste. It had the creaminess of the shells I remember as a kid.I believe this one was the most pricey on the shelf but it is the one I would buy again!
This is how I used the Daiya mac & cheeze: pan fried bbq Soy Curls, jalapenos and the mac & cheeze between a whole wheat bun. Fries and tots on the side because I only had a handful of each in the freezer. This was super yummy and something I will be making again for sure!
It is not hard to make your own stove top mac & cheeze now that vegan melting cheeze is on the market. Buying it in box form is fun and serves for nostalgic purposes but at the end of the day I like the stove top kind. I like mine topped with hot sauce and Tajin.
A side of tots next to a mac and cheese sandwich sounds so good! Also, great minds think alike - I'm currently putting together a giveaway for 4 different types of vegan mac and cheese :)ReplyDelete
We didn't eat mac&cheese at home but it was the go to at friends houses for sure. M&C on it's own seems a little boring to me but your addition of soycurls has me digging the idea.ReplyDelete
I would love to be able to get boxed M&C over here, mainly for lazy days when I don't wanna make my own.ReplyDelete