It was made with nutritional yeast, cashews, almond milk (this time unflavored and not the same as this morning), potato <— the secret ingredient, diced tomato, green chilies and lime juice. So good, like…SO GOOD.
I blend up a lot of seeds and nuts to make dairy free alternatives. And although I soaked the cashews for all of 30 minutes, I knew I needed a powerful blender to create the consistency I wanted for this nacho cheese. It turned out perfect! Not clumpy at all- the Juiceman Express Whole Juicer powered through the cashews and other ingredients and created the most rich and creamy nacho dip.
I warmed it all up on the stove, added a few finishing touches like the tomatoes and chilies, and served over the nachos. I reluctantly shared with my bf and the nachos were a hit!
As you can see I have a wide variety in my diet. I listen to my body, my hunger cues, etc. I don’t like to eat the same thing everyday because I can’t stand how boring that gets. Same reason why I don’t meal plan or batch cook much.
But the common theme for my daily meals is to include the plant based proteins (sunflower seeds, almond butter, whole grains, black beans – and that was just for today!), healthy fats, and a hearty dose of veggies and fruits to keep the energy and nourishment up.
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** These products were gifted to me, and sponsored by Juiceman, however all opinions are my own.