Vanilla noodle kugel with Tofutti

Vanilla noodle kugel with Tofutti Just The Food puts a new spin on a traditional favorite, making a Sweet Noodle Kugel. Kugel is a baked pudding with Jewish roots. It’s like a pie or maybe a casserole. Anyway, this vegan kugel is made with Tofutti! It’s quite the mix of ingredients…

You take one pound of linguini and mix it with non-dairy margarine, non-dairy yogurt, evaporated cane juice, cinnamon, vanilla extract, dried fruit (like raisins or pineapple), and Tofutti Better Than Cream Cheese and Tofutti Better Than Sour Cream. Wow, a twofer!

You might not be able to go for a jog after eating a big hearty slice of this thing, but it sure does look good. Nice job, Joni!

Keep checking Tofutti Foodie for more recipes.

Via Just The Food.

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Turn that banana cake upside down!

Turn that banana cake upside down!This recipe from Kosher Nexus is a banana lover’s dream! They’ve whipped up an Upside Down Hazelnut Banana Cake that is chock full of bananas! And its kosher too…pretty cool.

The cake is made with both bananas and whole bananas, plus other good stuff like hazelnuts, vanilla, brown sugar, and – here’s the best part – Tofutti Better Than Cream Cheese!

So no matter how you slice it – upside down or right side up – its a great looking recipe! Nice job, guys.

Here are a couple more recipes you might like: a chocolate shake with blended bananas and vanilla Tofutti Cuties and Cindy Rader’s Mexican Chocolate Loaf with Better Than Cream Cheese. Yum!

Via Kosher Nexus.

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What makes Tofutti …Tofutti!

Lots of things goes into making Tofutti, literally. It takes ingredients like soy, tofu, special flavorings and other good stuff. But Tofutti’s founder and CEO, David Mintz, tells Can I Eat This its what’s not in Tofutti that makes the difference.

Here’s a bit:

What makes Tofutti…Tofutti! Mintz proudly describes his products as, “Better Than Cream Cheese, Better than Mozzarella, Better Than Sour Cream and Better Than Ricotta Cheese.” Boasting, that it isn’t what they put in their products, but what they don’t put in them that makes them “Better Than” dairy. Regular dairy products can be laden with antibiotics and steroids, Tofutti brand, non-dairy products are all natural and leave out unhealthy additives…

…Tofutti products provide a service for individuals who are unable to consume dairy by choice or necessity. Their dairy free items meet the needs of 98 million customers; 69 million lactose sensitive Americans, 7.5 million vegans, and 22 million health aware individuals seeking dairy alternatives.

How’s that for keeping up with the times!

Now, if like pizza, check out David talking to PMQ Pizza Magazine about Tofutti’s dairy free mozzarella; which is used to make Tofutti’s Pizza Pizzaz.

Via Can I Eat Here.

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Quick low-carb lettuce wraps

Quick low-carb lettuce wraps Don’t like carbs? Tortillas not your thing? Then give this recipe by Lizzie Fit a try. Lizzie makes her Mexican Lettuce Wraps with Romaine lettuce instead of tortillas. Now that is a great idea!

Lizzie stuffs her wraps…err, lettuce leaves with black beans, onion, cherry tomatoes, garlic, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, and other zesty ingredients. But to top it all off, Lizzie suggests a dollop of Tofutti Better Than Sour Cream.

Thanks, Lizzie!

Now if you like tortillas, try this. Cindy Rader, Tofutti Foodie’s official blogger, whipped up these Creamy Burritos with Tofutti Better Than Sour Cream. Mucho bueno!

Via Lizzie Fit.

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