The Best Vegan Gluten-Free Mac 'n' Cheese
My gluten free and vegan mac and cheese recipe is super-easy to make with a lovely crispy breadcrumb top. Cook your macaroni in salted boiling water until almost cooked I leave it a little undercooked as gluten free pasta has a tendency to break up more — it will finish cooking in the oven. Drain the pasta and put to one side whilst you make your sauce.
Add your non-dairy spread, gluten free plain flour and non-dairy milk to a saucepan together. Stir in your mustard powder, smoked paprika as well as some salt and pepper to taste. Once combined, remove your sauce from the heat. For reference, I keep the sauce on the heat for about 12 minutes in total. Stir it in so it melts and briefly put to one side. Melt 30g of non-dairy spread in a small frying pan and then add your breadcrumbs and paprika.
Ian is now looking at your site and making recommendations. Thanks Jessica. This looks amazing! Thank for sharing this i haven't found a vegan mac and cheese that's also soy free. It's soy free, yay!! THIS is special. YOU are special. Cannot believe this gluten free vegan. I have yet to see one this creamy. I found your recipe on Facebook and finally made it tonight.
It was easy, quick and forget about how it tastes?
I'm speechless. How you came up with such a recipe wow I'm impressed. Now I have to make your onion quiche next!!
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I just made this and have to comment here on how incredible this tastes. I am so happy right now! OMG a gluten free dairy free mac and cheese that actually tastes amazing!!!
Thanks Jessica!! Thank you Olivia for the kind words and for sharing your comment :D. A soy free vegan mac and cheese without gluten! OMG I'm in heaven right now. I cannot wait to make this!!! This looks delicious! Where have you been all my life?
The ULTIMATE Gluten Free and Vegan Mac and Cheese Recipe (dairy free + nut free)
I come hungry in need of a HUGE plate of this!! Found your recipe on Pinterest and it looks like what I can't eat anymore. Seriously tempting me to make this. When I make gf pasta some get mushy, if I cannot find these brands, just in case is there another brand you suggest or one I should avoid? I want to bring this to my boyfriends house for Thanksgiving. The best brand in my own opinion not a plug or endorsement just one that I love is any of the pasta by Andean Dream, it's a bit pricier than others, but truly is a mush free pasta.
Trader Joe's brand is the most mushy of all brands I used. Hope that helps. I haven't had decent mac and cheese since I was diagnosed with celiac. The picture looks amazing and I've read that your recipe has been tested by the pros at some of the gluten free magazines and they raved about it.
Mac and Cheese (gluten free, dairy free, soy free, vegan optional) | From Jessica's Kitchen
That's all I needed to hear. I'm picking up the ingredients today and having this treat. Thanks Jessica for sharing your talents. Can I adjust anything to use another pasta? Thinking brown rice elbow pasta Tinkyada.. Emily-Rose, any pasta shape would work fine. I think this is amazing made twice so far. Just wanted to comment lol. I loved how cheesy this came out. It was a big hit, thanks for the recipe! Here it is! Congrats on the feature and happy to be a new subscriber and follower! Great, right?! And, of course, this recipe is great for kids with allergies and even those without any.
This recipe is also really easy to dress up, so feel free to add fresh herbs and veggies you have on hand to make this recipe extra nutritious and special. Favorite additions of mine include broccoli, spinach, onions, and cherry tomatoes, all of which can be blanched or steamed ahead of time or just tossed in with the sauce. Or, swap out the canola or olive oil for coconut oil for a slightly richer tasting dish. Bring a pot of salted water to a rolling boil and cook the gluten-free pasta according to the manufacturer's instructions until al dente.
Drain and set aside. Prepare the sauce. In a small bowl or cup, combine the nutritional yeast, sea salt, onion powder, and garlic powder. Set aside. In a medium-sized saucepan, heat the olive oil or canola oil over medium-low heat.