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Vegan Mac&Cheese

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Vegan Mac&Cheese

16 minutes total

Mac and cheese is a classic comfort food that is loved by people of all ages. But what if you're following a plant based diet? Don't worry, this vegan mac and cheese recipe is here to save the day! Made with simple and healthy ingredients, this dish is a delicious and guilt-free way to enjoy your favorite comfort food.



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Serves 4

320 g (11,28oz) Barilla® elbow macaroni or other short pasta
5 g Vegetal butter (or margarine)
20 g Panko
10 g Gomasio powder
to taste Salt
30 g Vegetal butter (or margarine)
20 g Flour 00 (all purpose)
500 ml Vegetal milk (unsweet)
3 g Mild paprika
2 g Garlic powder
20 g Yeast flakes
40 g Carrots purée
to taste Pepper


Individuals with allergies or specific dietary concerns should verify that the ingredients they utilize for the recipes comply with their restrictions.


Step 1

Here are 6 easy steps to cook the perfect vegan Mac&Cheese

Step 2

In a large skillet over medium heat, add vegetal butter and breadcrumbs and stir until they turn golden brown, 1-2 minutes. Put aside and add gomasio powder and salt once cooled.

  • Vegetable butter
  • breadcrumbs
  • gomasio
  • salt

Step 3

Boil a pot of water, add salt, and cook the Macaroni according to package directions until al dente.

Step 4

In a separate pot on low heat, melt the vegetal butter, add the flour, and yeast flakes, and mix well to avoid clumps. Cook for 2 minutes to obtain a ""Roux"" sauce. Gradually add the vegetal milk until a creamy and consistent sauce is formed, 3-5 minutes.

  • flour
  • yeast flakes
  • vegetal milk

Step 5

Add pepper, paprika, and garlic powder and stir well. Adjust with salt to taste.

  • pepper
  • paprika
  • garlic powder

Step 6

Prepare the carrots purée by cooking carrots in salted water, drain, and blend until creamy. Mix with the vegan cheese béchamel. Pour pasta into the carrots sauce and mix well on low heat for one minute

  • carrots

Step 7

Serve with breadcrumbs on top.

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This vegan mac and cheese recipe is the perfect way to enjoy your favorite comfort food while still following a vegan diet. Made with simple and healthy ingredients, this dish is sure to become a family favorite. So, give it a try and enjoy a delicious and guilt-free meal!