Cheese has always been an integral part of all baking and cooking recipes. Instead of going for the high calorie conventional cheese, you could make use of non-dairy cheese since it is low in fat, thus making it a healthy choice. Some of the best non-dairy cheese brands are Sheese, Daiya, TofuRella cheddar cheese, Low Fat Jalapeno Jack Rice cheese, and Good Slice cheddar style cheese. You may find it a little difficult getting this cheese, so , given below is the list of shops which might help you buy good quality substitutes.
- Wild Oats
- Mrs. Green's
- Whole Foods Market
- Nutritional yeast, 1 cup
- Flour, 3 tbsp.
- Vegetable broth powder, 1 cup
- Dairy-free soy milk, 1 cup
- Sesame paste, 3 tbsp.
Mix yeast, flour, and vegetable broth. Add soy milk, water, and sesame paste to this mixture, and in saucepan cook on a medium-low flame until the mixture is even and smooth. Continue this for 5-10 minutes so that a thick consistency sauce is obtained. Remove from flame and add salt for taste. Your non-dairy healthy cheese sauce is ready. It has been popularly used for pasta, pizza, and salad toppings.
- Tofu, 1 block
- Honey, ⅓ cup
- Pineapple juice, ¼ cup
- Vanilla extract, 1 tbsp.
- Dash of sea salt
- Frozen apple juice concentrate
- Frozen blueberries or strawberries
What you need to do initially is break the tofu into pieces by extracting the extra water from it. Later add honey, pineapple juice, vanilla extract, and sea salt in it and blend the mixture until a smooth batter is formed. Take a baking dish and spread cracker crust onto the base. Pour the blended mixture on top of it and spread evenly. Bake at 350ºF for 20 minutes until the cake turns golden brown. Now for the berry topping, mix cornstarch and apple concentrate in a bowl. Meanwhile, heat berries in a pan on a low flame until they warm and add the mixture from the bowl onto it. Stir and cook for sometime after which keep it in refrigerator for chilling.