Anyone have a good vegan mac n cheese recipe?
My nutrition doctor suggested it and I found a chickpea pasta that works pretty well for the nongrain diet I'm on.
He suggested nutritional yeast, so I made a version with sweet potatoes blended with nutritional yeast, some almond milk, part of an onion, and some spices. It was not like, wow, that's going to give Kraft a run for the money, but it was promising.
I've been google-fuing up some stuff; the ones that sound the best, of course, have a lot of fat in them. Also verbotem. The one that seemed most promising was made with cashews and some truffle oil. I feel like maybe in moderation these could work.
I'm also open to the idea of a "sauce" that is not really cheesy per se.
I can always do a veggie + pasta thing but I think the sauce satisfies the urge for something remotely resembling comfort food, which is one of the main downfalls I have on this diet with low salt, no grains, no dairy - pretty much every single comfort food is off the list.