Dairy Free Alfredo - No Nuts or Cauliflower




I'm a firm believer in "dairy in moderation". Granted this is not applicable if you have an tolerance or allergy to dairy.
But for those like myself that can have dairy, I'm a firm believer that dairy is great, in moderation.

This recipe is one of those moderation recipes. The ravioli, from La Pasta, is gluten free but not dairy free. I didn't want to overdue the dairy since I planned on eating the entire package during my Nashville binge session (my heart is still recovering from the finale).
So, I decided to use the package of Daiya cheese I had leftover from pizza the night before to make a new alfredo sauce. Many of you know I've made an alfredo sauce in the past with Cauliflower, which is still good, but I almost think this one is better!

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Dairy Free Alfredo - No Nuts or Cauliflower
An easy and simple recipe made with Daiya cheese
Ingredients
  • 2 Tablespoons Earth Balance Spred
  • 1 clove, minced Garlic
  • to taste pepper
  • 1/2 a package Daiya Mozzarella Shreds
  • 3/4 cup   Silk Almond Milk
Instructions
Melt the butter with minced garlic and a some pepper (to your taste)
Add your almond milk and let it heat up for a couple minutes. Then add your Daiya cheese shreds and whisk. It will be watery but it will thicken, just keep stirring.  Once thickened turn the heat down just so sauce bubbles for a few minutes. Take it off the stove and serve!
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 1ish cup

Look at me moving up in the world and getting a recipe plugin so you can print the recipe!
 I finally found one that works for blogger. Praise Him!
Also I never really measured the sauce. I assume it makes about 1ish cups. It may make more. It was enough to cover my ravioli though!

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