You must be wondering! How can I cook with nutritional yeast?
You've also read that nutritional yeast is healthy and protein-packed which is good for the body. This makes you want to cook with it right?
According to Draxe.com "Nutritional yeast, also known as savory yeast or nooch, is an inactive yeast made from sugarcane and beet molasses. ... Yellow in color, nutritional yeast comes in flakes, granules or a powder-like form and is often found as a condiment due to its savory taste and health benefits."
The last time we updated a list of post workout meal ideas for vegans, This time it's how to cook a healthy meal with nutritional yeast and as usual this post does contain the respective sources of the recipes.
We can only hope that you like them.
1. Simply Cheezy Asian Soup
The Simply Cheezy Asian Soup uses nutritional yeast and vegan cream cheese to make sure this bowl doesn't disappoint.
2. Vegan Caesar Salad Dressing
The presence of Nutritional yeast and lemon make this faux Caesar a low-cal, lighter choice and even the best for vegans.
3. Vegan Basil Walnut Pesto
A cheese-free sauce is almost everything. This pesto swaps out Parm for nutritional yeast to give you the same creamy taste and consistency as non-vegan versions.
4. Mac and "Cheese" with Creminis, Peppers, and Spinach
This "cheese" sauce is perfect for mac and cheese when a comfort foot craving strikes, but that's not all you can use it for.
5. Grain-Free Rosemary Crackers
Make these crackers with nutritional yeast, almond flour, and tapioca flour for a cheesy, crunchy snack you can actually feel good about.
6. Beet Walnut Pesto
Make a switch to nutritional yeast for cheese in this veggie-based pesto recipe. It's Gluten-free.
7. Paleo Baked Eggs with Nutritional Yeast
This one makes a yummy breakfast!