VeganMoFo Day 3 – Crock Pot Mac and Cheese Soup and Crock Pot Crisp

Crock Pot Mac and Cheese Soup

Warning, this feeds a LOT of people. I had a big serving and have enough for probably 6 more servings.


Broccoli – about 3 Cups

4C Nutritional Yeast

about 2tsp salt

1 1/2 C flour

1/2 tsp garlic powder

1/4 tsp mustard powder

6C water (you may need to add more, depending on how much your soup cooks down. Just add it in a bit before you serve it – I added two more cups)

4T margarine (I used Earth Balance)

a splash of lemon juice

4tsp prepared yellow mustard

a few shakes of cumin (I didn’t measure this one)

about a half bag of Daiya Mozzerella shreds

2C macaroni

Throw your broccoli in the slow cooker on high for 20-30 minutes to cook a bit. Add everything but the macaroni to the slow cooker and mix well. Cook on low for 2 hours. Add the macaroni, cook on high for another hour. Add extra water if necessary.


Crock Pot Berry Crisp

Okay, maybe this is more like a cobbler, or a pie. The top wasn’t as crispy as I had hoped. No big deal – it was delicious.

Berry ingredients:

1lb strawberries, greens removed, roughly chopped

3C boysenberries (or use whatever you have locally available)

1/3C sugar

1T Sugar

1 1/2T cornstarch

Mix ingredients in crock pot


Topping Ingredients;

1/2C Flour

3/4C Oats

1/2C Brown Sugar

a few tablespoons Earth Balance (mix it up and use their new coconut spread!)

mix everything but the margarine in a separate bowl, spread evenly over berries. place bits of margarine over topping. Cook on high two and a half hours. Uncover and let sit with heat off for about a half hour before serving.

Eat with vegan ice cream.

Next time I make this, I think I’m going to throw about a half cup of chopped pecans into the topping.


About Kelly

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

Posted on October 4, 2011, in crock pot, daiya, dessert, easy, fruit, meatless monday, Slow Cooker, soup, VeganMoFo 2011 and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Vanessa Wilcox

    this looks so good too!!


  2. Does the cobbler go in a regular size crock, or a little one? Looks good!


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