>Vegan MoFo Day Eighteen: Heavenly Potatoes and a product review – We Can’t Say Its Cheese!

>I got a coupon for a free tub of We Can’t Say It’s Cheese. So, I drove all the way to Whole Foods today to pick one up. I got the Cheddar Spread. Totally worth the trip.

For dinner, I was just going to eat soba noodles again, but, with this tub of not-cheese sitting in my fridge, waiting to be consumed, I had to make grilled cheese and tomato soup. It was awesome. The spread was a little nutty, it got really melty, and went perfectly with my soup.

Follow WayFare Foods  on Facebook and/or Twitter, for your chance to get coupons for We Can’t Say It’s Cheese. Every day, they pick a new state to send coupons to.

Tomorrow, breakfast, cheesy tofu scramble. Nom!

This recipe is my favourite holiday side dish, and, it might be the dish I miss most from my omni days. This is the first year I’ll be making a vegan version.

Aunt Nicci’s Heavenly Potatoes:
6 medium potatoes, boiled whole until almost cooked
1 recipe Condensed Cream Soup Substitute (Original recipe calls for 1can cream of mushroom soup, undiluted, so I may add mushrooms to the cream soup recipe)
1/2C Earth Balance
1C Tofutti Better Than Sour Cream
1/3C chopped green onion
1 1/2C Cheddar Daiya

Grate potatoes and add remaining ingredients; mix well. Bake at 350* for 45 minutes.


About Kelly

Vegan blogger, foodie, yarn junkie, novice gardener, shoe hater.

Posted on November 19, 2010, in new food, Potatoes, Product Review, Thanksgiving, Vegan Mofo 2010, We Can't Say Its Cheese. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. >I read about someone else making a grilled cheese with that spread this week, too! Sounds good!


  2. >Totally agree about We Can't Say It's Cheese. Their hickory-flavored is my favorite. It's amazing that it's made from oatmeal!


  3. >I'm a little nervous about the hickory flavour, I'm not sure I'll like it.I picked up the Mexi Cheddar the other day, it was awesome.


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