love Leahey’s Macaroni and Cheese, but want their cheese sauce for
your own dishes, then you’re in luck! Leahey Gardens now makes
their delicious vegan cheese sauce in a large 8 oz. package so that
you can make a batch as you need it for your own recipes. By far
the creamiest, most flavorful vegan cheese sauce we’ve ever tried,
once you sample this amazing sauce you’ll be hooked! Available in
Original or Gluten-Free. 8 oz. (227g) package is
Ingredients: Yeast extract, unbleached flour (wheat
flour, malted barley flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate,
riboflavin, folic acid), sunflower oil, (Gluten free uses rice
flour instead of unbleached flour) unmodified corn starch,
nutritional yeast, natural vegan flavors (contains canola oil),
tomato powder, sugar (non-bone char), salt. Gluten free
less than 1% maltodextrin, citric acid, cellulose gum, tocopherols,
From Cassandra of Madbury, New Hampshire on 10/7/2013.
One of my old comfort foods was Velveeta and macaroni, so I'm pleased to find a quick and easy substitute that tastes pretty good. It tastes more like cashew sauce than Velveeta, but the texture was nice and creamy. Plus, there are quite a few servings in the package!If you're trying to decide between this and Teese, definitely go with this.
From Kristin of New Berlin, Wisconsin on 12/12/2012.
I've had plenty of boxed versions of vegan mac n cheese -- save your money for this, and simply add some macaroni or penne noodles. Not only will you save a couple bucks, but - more importantly - it's the closest thing to the real thing I've tasted. Also, a small personal quirk: I love that it's white, not orange, and am convinced that the flavor is more sharp white cheddar (which I prefer over the flavor of straight cheddar).
Changed my life
From Alysa of Seattle, Washington on 11/23/2012.
I loved the Leahey Gardens mac and cheese mix, but it was a little too expensive to buy regularly. The powder by itself is an amazing deal, and as a college student with little time to cook, I'm able to make a super-quick meal that isn't expensive. When I'm making mac and cheese, I melt some margarine in the pot, and use a mixture of 1/2 c water, 1/2 c almond milk. Sprinkling Daiya in makes it amazing, and I also enjoy using paprika and a little cayenne for a different flavor. Only 1/3 cup of the powder is needed to make a huge batch of macaroni--it definitely goes a long way.
Awesome! I love this stuff!
From tjveggie of Fairfax, Virginia on 6/29/2012.
Love this stuff. Couldn't live without it. I use for Mac and Cheez - great on its own or with a little Daiya for added richness. I also sprinkle the powder straight onto veggies. I steam some broccoli and sprinkle on the powder - my kids wolf down their veggies that way. Also good sprinkled on potatoes and popcorn. Just makes everything taste better.
Only way I eat veggie hot dogs now
From Brenda Marie of New York City, New York on 1/26/2012.
This stuff seriously rocks. A little can go a long way too - and you can really make it with water.My favorite way to eat it lately is on a veggie hot dog. AMAZING! So much so - that is the only way I can eat veggie dogs on buns anymore - they have to be smotehred in this.I even got my mom hooked. Last time she had her veggie BBQ - she made this on her stove top and brought it to the yard for people to have with their hotdogs.Makes great mac and cheese too - like real mac and cheese. Also GREAT on fries! Only con is that it firms up kind of quick - you have to use it right away - fresh and hot - especially for the gooeyness with the fries. Can't really pack it to go. : - (
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