Celebrate the holidays right with this delicious Vegan Green Bean Casserole. Made in partnership with Daiya Foods.
Green Bean Casserole is such a classic and traditional Thanksgiving/holiday meal. It is something that I quite enjoy and I am so glad that I was able to Veganize this famous holiday dish.
Normally Green Bean Casserole has cream of mushroom soup in it, which obviously isn’t Vegan. I decided to put my own spin on the recipe and make it cheezy and delicious using the Daiya Cheddar Cutting Board Collection Shreds. These shredsare my absolute favorite and I use them in SO many recipes and dishes I create. They’re available in Mozzarella, Pepperjack& Cheddar. They melt and stretch so much like real cheese, and work in so many different recipes requiring vegan cheese.
Another great thing about Daiya is their commitment to allergies. As someone with an allergy, It means a lot to me to find brands that I can connect with in that way. I appreciate and respect the fact that as an industry leader they are one of the founding members of The Plant Based Food Association. Not only are their products delicious, but they also are conscious about the Plant Based movement and it’s importance.
This recipe has the components of a traditional green bean casserole (green beans, mushrooms, crispy onions, etc.) but without the dairy! I made the creamiest and most delicious cheezy sauce that you will most certainly not miss the original recipe! That was all thanks to Daiya’s delicious cheddar style shreds.
Daiya promises to improve your day and make your taste buds do a happy dance with its delicious feel-good foods.Their selection of amazing vegan products can be found in more than 25,000 grocery stores in the US like Sprouts, Kroger, Safeway, Publix and many other natural food retailers.
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Thank you so much to Daiya Foods for sponsoring this post. It means a lot to me to work with brands I love and support my blog.