Of all of the recipes on Cadry’s Kitchen, the most popular is my Creamy Cauliflower Queso. I’ve been making this queso for years. Unlike some heavy, weigh-you-down quesos, this one gets its creamy, velvety texture from cauliflower and Great Northern beans. (Cannellini beans will also work!) Nutritional yeast flakes and miso paste give it cheesiness and a rich depth of flavor. Ladled over baked fries or used as a dip, guests would never know that there’s cauliflower hidden inside of it!
It comes together in just about 20 minutes and is so easy to make! (FYI: It also freezes and thaws well if you want to make some now and save the rest for future gatherings like the Super Bowl!)
So that’s why I am so excited to have a new video to share with you of how to make this Creamy Cauliflower Queso! You can see for yourself how simple it is to make, and I hope you’ll be inspired to get in the kitchen and try it for yourself. David and I had such a great time filming this demonstration, and I really hope that you’ll enjoy it. (If you do, consider subscribing to my YouTube channel to keep up with all of my new videos!)
This kid-friendly queso is wonderful on tortilla chips or spread inside quesadillas. Kristy from Keepin’ It Kind used it for nacho potatoes and River from Wing-It Vegan made a mouthwatering Chili Con Queso.
And if you’re looking for more ideas of where to use the Cauliflower Queso, look no further than Vegan Yack Attack!
When I was in Los Angeles recently, I was able to meet up with Jackie from Vegan Yack Attack, along with Chris and Kristy from Keepin’ It Kind. We discussed the LA vegan food scene, reminisced about Vida Vegan Con, and bonded over blog-talk. It was so awesome to catch up with these wonderful people. And today I’m guest posting on Vegan Yack Attack with a recipe for Southwestern Chili Cheese Burritos. The filling burritos are made with Spicy Southwestern Chili, a layer of quinoa, and a generous helping of Cauliflower Queso. While you’re there, you’ll want to check out all of Jackie’s enticing recipes! And if you like the video, it would make me so happy if you’d share it with friends and spread the queso love!