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Herbed Cauliflower Gratin
Wellness
Published Tuesday Oct 29, 2019 by Celeste Thomas

Herbed Cauliflower Gratin

Food
Recipes
Time
45 min
Servings
8
Nutrition
175 Calories
Ingredients
  • ½ white onion
  • two medium heads of cauliflower
  • six cloves of garlic
  • One bundle of Broccolini
  • One bundle flat-leaf Italian parsley
  • One bundle of thyme
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon truffle salt
  • 2 cups almond milk
  • 1/2 cup white wine
  • 2tablespoons olive oil
  • 1/4 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin
Directions
  • Heat oven to 375.
  • Roughly chop cauliflower.
  • Place cauliflower onto a lined baking sheet drizzle with 2 tablespoons olive oil, one teaspoon salt, and one teaspoon pepper.
  • Put cauliflower in heated oven and cook for 15 minutes.
  • Heat a skillet to medium and coat the bottom of the pan with olive oil.
  • Finely top onions and garlic, add to oiled skillet.
  • Add wine to the skillet.
  • Cook for three minutes on medium.
  • Chop broccolini (including stems) and add to skillet, cook for five minutes on medium.
  • Remove cauliflower from oven and add half of it to a medium-sized bowl.
  • Add contents of the skillet to the bowl and combine all ingredients.
  • Add a pinch of salt and a pinch of pepper to the bowl.
  • Chop five sprigs of flat-leaf parsley and add to bowl.
  • Remove the leaves from 5-7 sprigs of thyme and add to the bowl.
  • Add contents of the bowl to a rectangle baking dish and set aside.
  • Put the remainder of the cauliflower from the baking pan into a food processor.
  • Add the almond milk, turmeric, cumin, a heavy pinch of salt, and a pinch of pepper to the food processor.
  • Blend for two minutes or until smooth.
  • Pour contents of the food processor over the veggies in the baking pan.
  • Turn oven to broil and bake cauliflower gratin for 20 minutes or until the top begins to brown.
  • Add two sprigs of chopped parsley to the top of the gratin.
  • Add the leaves of two thyme sprigs to the top of the gratin. Enjoy!
Celeste Thomas
Written by
Celeste Thomas
Holistic Skincare Expert
About the author
Celeste Thomas is a registered nurse and holistic skincare expert. Her genetically acne-prone skin is the vehicle for her devout exploration into the ever-evolving skincare industry. Celeste utilizes her medical expertise, passion for holistic wellness, and her constant quest for knowledge to meticulously comb through the noise to find what truly works. Celeste aims to inspire unconditional skin confidence on her instagram @thetruespoon and blog The True Spoon through skin education, #eattoglow recipes, and more.
dairy-free cheese healthy recipes
Wellness
Published Wednesday Jan 22, 2020 by Mckenzie Hathaway

Not Too Cheesy: Vegan "Cheese" Recipes That Taste Like The Real Thing

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Food
Nutrition

We all love cheese. And if you don’t love cheese, well, you just haven’t found the right kind for you. If you’re unlucky like me, however, cheese does not like you. Thankfully, we live in 2020, where plant-based cheese recipes are alive and well.

I have been dairy-free for a few years, and cheese is truly the food group I miss the most. As much as we try, we sometimes just can’t get vegan cheese to taste like the real thing. So, I recruited my dairy-loving, cow-consuming friends to be my taste-testers. Their brutal honesty helped me create some “fake” cheese that can actually compete with the real stuff.

Goat "Cheese" Ball

Did you know you can make mouth-watering “fake” cheese with macadamia nuts? Yes, macadamia nuts. If you’re craving that creamy consistency but your stomach isn’t down for dairy, try out this recipe inspired by Simple Vegan Blog

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Goat "Cheese" Ball

Did you know you can make mouth-watering “fake” cheese with macadamia nuts? Yes, macadamia nuts. If you’re craving that creamy consistency but your stomach isn’t down for dairy, try out this recipe inspired by Simple Vegan Blog

Nacho "Cheese" Sauce

I know what you’re thinking: is this real? Is it too good to be true? No nuts, no fat, and it tastes good? You’re in for a treat. No one can tell the difference between this recipe and their favorite gooey cheese sauce. This recipe makes a lot of sauce, so be ready to share and shock your dairy-loving friends.

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Nacho "Cheese" Sauce

I know what you’re thinking: is this real? Is it too good to be true? No nuts, no fat, and it tastes good? You’re in for a treat. No one can tell the difference between this recipe and their favorite gooey cheese sauce. This recipe makes a lot of sauce, so be ready to share and shock your dairy-loving friends.

Sweet Potato Mac N' "Cheese"

Feeling some cheesy FOMO? Get your macaroni and cheese fix with this deliciously dairy-free recipe inspired by Forks Over Knives. Enjoy all the creamy goodness with ingredients like cashews, turmeric, sweet potatoes, and gluten-free pasta. Yum! 

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Sweet Potato Mac N' "Cheese"

Feeling some cheesy FOMO? Get your macaroni and cheese fix with this deliciously dairy-free recipe inspired by Forks Over Knives. Enjoy all the creamy goodness with ingredients like cashews, turmeric, sweet potatoes, and gluten-free pasta. Yum! 

"Cheese" Potato Fries 

The perfect side dish to go with your Impossible burger, these “cheese” potato fries will definitely take you to flavor-town. Whip up the sauce with cannellini beans, yeast, apple cider vinegar, and just add some seasonings to the potatoes for a healthy alternative to a classic meal. 

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"Cheese" Potato Fries 

The perfect side dish to go with your Impossible burger, these “cheese” potato fries will definitely take you to flavor-town. Whip up the sauce with cannellini beans, yeast, apple cider vinegar, and just add some seasonings to the potatoes for a healthy alternative to a classic meal. 

Mckenzie Hathaway MINDBODY
Written by
Mckenzie Hathaway
Media & PR Specialist
About the author
From working at a fashion magazine to taking on the tech industry, Mckenzie is passionate about all things Public Relations. Outside of the office, you will find her trail running, swimming in the ocean, or creating plant-based recipes as she heals her body from autoimmune diseases.