Better Forking vegan Mac and cheese review

I found better forking Vegan Mac and cheese at Home Sense. It was $4.99 The ingredients are simple slightly different than other Mac and Cheese as it has potato and coconut flour in it. The instructions say to cook the pasta for 7-8 minutes but I found mine took 10 to cook.  I don’t always follow instructions when I cook but I am trying to have the same comparisons for all my mac and cheese reviews. Usually the instructions will say to make the sauce by adding vegan butter, plant milk, and cheese packet then add the pasta. The steps were slightly different on the box drain the pasta and quickly put it back in the pan. Add the butter stir. Add the powder stir. Add the plant milk stir. Then let sit for a couple minutes. I tried the pasta with seasoning before I added the milk and I really liked it. It tasted like nacho cheese powder. When I added the milk the taste changed it may be because I only had almond milk it’s not bad though. I added some parmela creamy vegan cheese and really li

Boxed Vegan Mac and Cheese Review


Annie’s vegan Mac and cheese was $3 at Giant Tiger. It’s the first one I tried. The macaroni is the same as the texture I remember from Kraft. The cheese pack had a distinct vegan cheese smell. The taste of this Mac and cheese is good but it is definitely vegan cheese powder. My apartment has a lingering vegan cheese powder smell. If you really like Kraft Mac and Cheese this is a good vegan substitute. 

I have had the Farm Boy vegan and gluten free cheesy Mac for awhile. I think it cost around $3. Farm boy has a lot of great vegan products so I am excited to try this. I also just got back from a vacation with a lot of flight delays so I am very hungry. 

The cheeze sauce is very creamy and tasty. It tastes like a homemade vegan cheese sauce. 

This is a very good vegan mac. It tastes homemade I wish I had some extra vegan cheese to add to it and bake it. This is something you could serve to guests. It is very good I would buy this again. 

I found Vegan goodles at target in Vegas. I don’t think they are in stores in Canada but I believe we can order online. They were $3.99 US so a little more expensive also only for a limited time. I heard about regular goodles a long time ago from the creator of 2B mindset she mentioned these were a favourite of her kids and if a nutritionist is promoting them they are probably good. These are high in fiber , protein, and contain probiotics so a healthier noodle. 

I had to add about a cup more milk to the cheese mixture to get it into a sauce form. I did use creamier plant milk but I also feel like the measurement in the directions was too little. Other than that I really like the noodles. I found them a bit salty at first but once I added pepper and a little hot sauce they were really good. They don’t taste healthy at all so if you have access and want something a little more nutritious than what normally comes in a box they are worth trying. The instructions said to eat out of the pan so I did. 

I still have more Vegan Mac and cheese to try. Do you want me to do a part 2? Let me know in the comments or on Instagram @livingottawalocal. 


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