Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Dairy Free Alfredo Sauce

Let me just put this lightly...I LOVE anything cheesy. I mean who doesn't right?! 

But it probably has been at least 5 years since I've had anything really cheesy, especially Alfredo sauce. I used to love that stuff that came in a jar. It was pretty good. 

Since obviously I can't eat that anymore, I needed to figure out how to make Alfredo so I can enjoy it again. Trust me when I say this is the easiest and most cheesiest thing you'll eat...because it is! You only need THREE ingredients. Yes, only three. 

Daiya shredded mozzarella cheese, unsweetened almond milk, and earth balance buttery spread. 

I'll admit, I really didn't know how this would turn out. I haven't been sold on Daiya cheese yet because I'm so picky. So I was iffy on using it but the recipe I stumbled across used it and I didn't want the sauce to turn out so I followed the recipe exactly. Which is something I don't really do often. But I'm glad I followed it this time. (there are a few ingredients I didn't add because of personal preference) There's literally just a few steps to this process:

When I first added in the cheese I was really nervous because it was so clumpy, but the recipe I followed said to give it time and just keep stirring...

 And stirring..

Until finally it becomes smooth and creamy!! 

If you've been missing out on Alfredo Sauce, this is the recipe for you! 

Dairy Free Alfredo Sauce

1/4 Cup Earth Balance Buttery Spread
1 1/2 Cups Almond Milk-Unsweetened
1 Package Daiya Mozzarella Shreads
Pepper to taste


1. Melt buttery spread in skillet over medium-high heat.
2. Add almond milk to butter and stir for a few minutes.
3. Add entire package of cheese. And stir
4. Keep stirring over medium heat until you get a thick, creamy cheese sauce. 
5. Serve warm. 
6. Keep in an air tight container in the fridge. Will heat up nicely in the microwave and become a gooey cheese once warm.