So creamy, so lush, you will hardly believe it can stand up. This recipe has all the pumpkiny flavors of fall crammed into one rich and dreamy cheesecake—which just happens to be vegan.
This recipe by Anjali Lyons takes The Creamiest Vegan Cheesecake to a whole new level! It's still super creamy of course, but this version is made rich and luscious with a double chocolate filling, Oreo cookie base, and an espresso buttercream topping... 🤤🤤🤤
This vegan cheesecake is the super-creamy type. In fact, it's so creamy you may be amazed it can stand up at all. Thanks to the leftover wheat starch from washing seitan, it does!
This vegan paneer is the creamiest version you will ever try! It's made from the leftover wheat starch water from washing flour, blended with tofu and coconut oil, and steamed to develop an amazingly cheesy texture. You can pan-fry it and add it to any of your favorite dishes, but of course I recommend this incredible Palak Paneer!
Seasoned with a crisp, lightly floral vegan wine (try a Sauvignon Blanc!), this Swiss cheese made with leftover wheat starch water from washing flour to make seitan is nutty and robust, slices perfectly for sandwiches, and should complement just about anything on your next charcuterie board.
This vegan provolone cheese is buttery, tangy, and a little bit smoky. It's made with the leftover wheat starch water from washing flour to make seitan. Perfect for your next charcuterie board or sliced thin for sandwiches, the texture will impress even the hardcore cheeseaholics!
This vegan pepper jack cheese made with leftover wheat starch water from washing flour to make seitan gets its creaminess from cashews and packs plenty of heat. It's a hard cheese perfect for your next charcuterie board, sliced thin for sandwiches, or grated onto just about anything when you're looking to add a little kick.
This vegan white cheddar cheese made with leftover wheat starch water from washing flour to make seitan gets its creaminess from cashews and cheddar flavor from a combination of nutritional yeast and the brine from a jar of olives. It's a hard cheese perfect for your next charcuterie board, but can also be sliced thin for sandwiches or grated onto just about anything for flavor.
Turn your leftover wheat starch from flour-washing into delicious vegan crepes! With the additions of JUST Egg (or your favorite egg replacer), plant milk and butter, plus a little extra flour, these skinny pancakes make a great breakfast. Omit the sugar and stuff with your favorite savory fillings for a tasty meal anytime. Yields about 8 crepes.
This vegan mild cheddar made with leftover wheat starch water gets some umami from mushroom powder and Worcestershire. It's a hard cheese perfect for your next charcuterie board, but can also be sliced thin for sandwiches or grated onto just about anything for flavor. The wheat starch does not get as stretchy as tapioca or potato starch, so while this will soften it won't exactly "melt."
Another amazing recipe from Sauce Stache, this vegan pork belly is an awesome and easy way to use up that starch water. And if you haven't heard of Sauce Stache yet, head directly over to his YouTube channel and hit the subscribe button. You won't be disappointed!
Taco Tuesdays just got better! This simple tortilla recipe helps use up some of that starch water you might have hanging around from making seitan, and it's perfect for when you're already making shreds.
This vegan bacon is made from the starch water that remains from washing flour to make seitan. It's super simple to make, and despite my love for bacon made from vital wheat gluten, this the closest to the real thing as I've ever come.