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Prep 0 mins
Cook 20 mins
A delicious alternative to regular mac 'n cheese! This recipe can be dairy-free if you use soy margarine, and it tastes just as good as the original!
- Cook macaroni in boiling water, according to package directions.
- While the pasta is boiling, melt margarine in a medium saucepan over medium heat.
- Add flour until bubbly.
- Slowly add 1 cup soy milk.
- Bring to a boil, stirring constantly (a whisk works well).
- If the sauce does not thicken, add another Tbsp of flour.
- If using cheese that is not already shredded, grate cheese.
- Add slowly, stirring until the sauce thickens and you get the consistency you desire.
- I recommend using the full 8 oz of cheese!
- Add more soy milk if mixture gets too thick while stirring in the cheese.
- Add salt, if desired.
- Drain cooked pasta and mix in cheese sauce.
- Note: Many types of soy cheese, including Veggie Shreds, contain casein, a milk protein; if you want this to be completely dairy-free you'll need to use a vegan brand.
I really enjoyed this, and was really happy to find it as I wasnt sure how to go about making mac cheese with soy cheese. I definitely needed the salt and black pepper, but it was very good overall. I had to add a bit of milk because it did get a bit too thick, but other than that all worked out well :-) Very yummy... might add broccoli or some veggie next time for spunk! :-) Thanks Kree!!! my dairy-free buddy!!!
I loved this recipe! My daughter is milk protein intolerant. So I used soy mozzarella, vegan butter and soy milk, I added a half packed of powdered ranch dip mix for flavor. Yum!!
I made something similar recently adapting a cheese sauce recipe to be dairy-free, but had made the sauce in the microwave and poured over hot, drained noodles. The conistency reminded me of Velveeta Shells and Cheese, which I used to eat all the time, before IBS struck me. So even though I didn't make this exact recipe, the ingredients are all the same that I have used, and I thought the results were tasty. Thanks a bunch, Kree! :)