Share in the comments below. This post contains affiliate links, which means we receive a percentage of the sale if you use the link to make your purchase. This does not change the price of the product. This income directly offsets the cost of web hosting and maintenance so we greatly appreciate your support. She's been described as a 'real food evangelist' and loves sharing her knowledge with others to help them break free of the diet mentality and find their own food freedom.
In her spare time she enjoys CrossFit, telemark skiing, mountain biking, teaching herself how to play the banjo and camping out under the stars. If you can tolerate cheese, you could add cheese or dairy-free cheese and if not, you could increase the dijon mustard and lemon juice to taste. However, very high quality ghee is often If you have never challenged your son with ANY dairy then I could recommend replacing the ghee with coconut or avocado oil instead.
We also like the gluten-free pastas from Jovial for manicotti and lasagna. My husband is not very adventurous with food, especially when it includes vegetables or anything deemed healthier. Followed the recipe exactly. Turned out amazing.
This is amazing! So great to hear you enjoyed this recipe and I love the bit about your husband not even realizing it was dairy free. I do that with my husband quite often.
Just like a previous commenter, I recently had to go dairy-free for my nursing baby. This is so great! I froze half of this recipe, and it defrosts perfectly! I just added it to the cooked, hot pasta and warmed it up in the pan for a few minutes before eating. Made it really had to correct the seasoning and add other spices and seasonings to it as the recipe is very bland. The yeast is not necessary as far as texture, etc.
Also DF man cheese lack flavor. Is Dijon mustard gluten free? I made this and it was delicious! I had quite a bit of extra sauce and wonder if you know if it freezes well?
Great to hear that you enjoyed this recipe! Yes, you should be able to freeze the extra sauce. Thank you so much for this delicious and simple recipe! My little boy cannot have dairy or soya. He normally hates all sauces. He wolfed this all down without a word as did my husband. I topped it with toasted gluten free breadcrumbs. My toddler loved this! Can I use acorn squash or just leave out the squash all together?
I grabbed the wrong squash and no time to go back to the store! My daughter 21 months has just been diagnosed with dairy intolerance and she is not a veggie fan either. She ate two bowls and then picked of our plates as well! Will most definitely be cooking again! Just wondering ifnit will reheat well once frozen?? So great to hear!
And yes, you could freeze this recipe. To re-heat — remove a single serving from the freezer the night before, let it thaw out in the fridge, and reheat however you please oven, stove top or microwave. Our family has a dairy allergy so hoping this is a good replacement for my 7 year old. This is so awesome! Truth be told I also added some avocado oil and arrowroot starch to the original batch, just to give it some of the stretchiness and plastic sheen LOL of the box stuff, and, of course, to get some good fats in.
And thanks for sharing your feedback and suggestions about freezing and reheating. Appreciate it! You may need to add a bit more liquid to get the consistency but it should be an easy swap.
We love this recipe! Does this recipe taste like cheese or just mimic the consistency? I would love to have this recipe doe next holiday with traditional macaroni and cheese, I wonder if my fs family will be able to tell the difference. Keep in mind, you may need to tweak the amount of salt, yeast, and mustard to suit your palate as we all experience flavors slightly different.
Just made this for Christmas!
I will definitely be making this again! Thanxs for this yummy recipe. I followed the direction exactly. Absolutley delicious!! Thank you for bring comfort food back into my restrictive diet life!!
Just wondering what thoughts are on making the sauce ahead and freezing? Do you think it would still be as creamy after thawing? I made this last night. Go figure LOL. Thanks for the recipe. I will definitely try it again with butternut. This is a blessing of a recipe. I cannot thank you enough!! This makes my heart so full! Thank you Jessica so much for this recipe! The BEST Broccoli Cheese Soup I just stocked up on more cheddar, because this easy broccoli cheese soup is a regular at my house when it starts to get cold.
I mean, who could resist? Whisk in milk and broth. Can You Freeze This Soup?
Baked macaroni and cheese is a classic comfort food. The rich, cheesy goodness is a favorite side dish at holiday and special occasion dinners. A large pan of. Can you use water instead of milk for macaroni and cheese? . soy milk) or even a bit of chicken broth or water to make the cheese mix work.
Tips for the Best Broccoli Cheese Soup Cut broccoli into tiny pieces, that way they cook faster and the texture is just better overall. No one wants crunchy onions in this soup. Start with a block and grate if fresh. Did you make this recipe? Leave a review. Servings: 5. Prep Time 10 minutes. Cook Time 15 minutes. Total Time 25 minutes. Instructions Melt butter in medium saucepan over medium high heat. Add in onions and cook, stirring frequently until soft, about 3 minutes. Add in garlic and flour, and cook for about 1 minute, stirring constantly. While whisking, slowly pour in milk, chicken broth and broccoli.
Cook, stirring constantly until mixture begins to gently boil and thicken, then reduce heat to a simmer and allow to cook, stirring very frequently, until broccoli is tender, about 5 - 7 minutes. Stir in cream.
Remove from heat, stir in cheddar and parmesan cheese, mixing until melted. Season with salt and pepper to taste.