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 Nutritious Vegan Cashew Recipes for you

Today some Nutritious Vegan Cashew Recipes to try and get nourished. The C-shaped cashew nut a fantastic peanut butter alternative and you can use it to make non-dairy cheese. And not only this it also makes creamy Ice cream smooth and creamy.

The cashew nut has many benefits, which we can use to boost our health and vitality. The diversity of Nutritious Vegan Cashew Recipe is amazing.

From sweet to spicy a whole range of use for  Nutritious  Cashews in these vegan recipes. The Herbed Cashew Cheese looks delicious.

There a video for you and you can see how easy it is to make the cashew cheese.

Tempting looks at the Turkish Coffee Ice Cream on page 2, especially for coffee lovers.

If you want to know more about the benefits of Cashews have a look at this article, it describes  all  the benefits for you > 16 Amazing Health Benefits Of Cashew Nuts

Try these Nutritious Vegan Cashew Recipes and have fun creating healthy food varieties for friends and family.


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Vegan Cream Cheese With Herb and Garlic:

Enjoy this cheesy-tasting-yet-somehow-cheeseless cream spread atop a bagel or as a game-day dip with chips.


Cashew Cream Caramels:

Let’s just say that one more time, real slow: Cashew. Cream. Caramels. With just as lush a texture as their heavy cream-laden counterparts, it’s hard to believe that these caramels are vegan (just be sure to use a vegan buttery stick, like Earth Balance).


Vegan Cashew Sun-Dried Tomato Dip:

The possibilities are endless when it comes to making this creamy dip your own. Whether you scoop it up as-is with crackers or thin it with pasta water to create a sauce for al dente noodles, you can’t go wrong.


Chocolate Cashew Butter:

Switch up your Nutella game with this DIY chocolate-hazelnut butter. Don’t mind if we do!


Vegan Mozzarella Sticks:

Transform homemade, vegan mozzarella into these ever-popular melty-middled sticks that are the perfect snack for Super Bowl Sunday and beyond. (via Vegan Richa)


Turkish Coffee Ice Cream:

Never ones to pass up coffee, we’d love to get a couple of scoops of this cashew and almond milk ice cream freckled with an added caffeine boost in the form of finely ground coffee. (via My Darling Vegan)


Strawberry-Vanilla Bean Raw Vegan Cheesecake (Gluten-free):

No worries about this cheesecake developing a crack in the oven, because, well, there’s no baking required!


Vegan White Pizza:

No need to stick with regular ol’ red sauce pizzas when following a dairy-free diet. Topped with a garlicky cashew cream, caramelized onions and an assortment of herbs, it’s hard to stop at just one slice of this white pie. (via Delish Knowledge)


Herbed Cashew Cheese With Spicy Tomato Jam:

Creamy and flavorful, this round of cashew cheese isn’t the least bit fussy. And when accompanied by cumin- and ginger-spiced tomato jam and a crusty loaf of bread, it’s sure to disappear in a flash. (via Blissful Basil)


Balsamic Roasted Beet + Rosemary Cashew Cheese Phyllo Tart:

Tucked underneath rings of gem-tone beets, you’ll find a decadent layer of rosemary-enhanced cashew cheese. Coupled with flaky puff pastry (be sure to select one made without butter or another dairy to keep it vegan), this is one showstopper of a fall or winter tart. (via Keepin’ It Kind)


Creamy Vegan Corn Chowder:

Put the those ears of fresh sweet corn to use in this creamy soup. Topped with crisp cornbread croutons, it’s an ideal way to celebrate the transition from summer to fall. (via Vegetarian Ventures)

Find even more recipes her>23 Dreamy Vegan Recipes Made With Cashews

Basic Cultured Cashew Cheese [ vegan + gf ]

Easy Cultured Cashew Cream Cheese

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