Recipe Difficulty: Easy
Recipe Keywords: Peanut Butter, Nut Butter
Peanut Butter Recipe Notes
I'm definitely a peanut butter addict. I'm really grateful to have no food allergies to date. If you can't have peanut butter you can substitute your favourite nuts and seeds! The process is ridiculously simple and it feels almost silly to call it a recipe. In 10 minutes you can make your own. It's delicious and often a more affordable option than buying stuff in the package. (Which I totally do buy sometimes, but love the habit of making it at home!)
Delicious Nut Butter Tips
After the first time I tried Parmela Creamy vegan cheese, it quickly became one of my favourite go to brands. I have tried a handful of their products, and find the taste and quality to be superior to many options out there. You can find locations for purchase on their website, in Prince Edward Island where I am currently living, you can find it at some Sobeys locations. I hope to try their full range and to update this post when I do. For now, you can see what I have tried and how I have used Parmela Creamy products below. Delish!
Parmela Creamery Mozzarella Style Shreds
Their mozzarella is my go to when I want to make vegan pizza. It is softer than a lot of different shredded vegan cheese products I have tried, which makes it a lot easier to get melty. It also makes it seem more like a fresh cheese product. I don't find it to be plasticky like so many others. What sets it apart from so many brands is how it is made. Cashews are blended into milk, and then it undergoes a culture & aging process. Needless to say this means better flavour. I used it on my spelt crust pizza below. Delicious.
Parmela Creamery Smokey Gouda Slices
I think it is safe to say this is my favourite sliced vegan cheese I have tried. I love the smoky flavour. I love making hummus toasts with tomato and sliced vegan cheese, using them on a breakfast sandwich, or of course straight up grilled cheese sandwiches. You can see the awesome melt factor in the photo of my breakfast sandwich below. I used a JUST EGG folded patty, yves veggie bacon, and a slice of parmela creamery smokey gouda. I definitely would love to make a fancier breakfast sandwich, but there's nothing wrong with a classic cheesy, eggy, bacon sandwich, either. (you'd never know my sandwich was vegan!)
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