Mac and Cheeze

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Mac and Cheeze
Who loved Mac n’ Cheese as a kid? I know I did! The little round noodles with the creamy cheesy sauce. I haven’t eaten it in years due to the gluten, dairy, and over processed nature of the dish. But now I can indulge again, and you can too with this low fat, raw vegan Mac n' Cheeze recipe! Yay!Be sure to make the cheese sauce right before you want to eat. You can prep all the ingredients and have them ready to blend if you have a Vitamix and blend until it’s hot!
Mac and Cheeze
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Who loved Mac n’ Cheese as a kid? I know I did! The little round noodles with the creamy cheesy sauce. I haven’t eaten it in years due to the gluten, dairy, and over processed nature of the dish. But now I can indulge again, and you can too with this low fat, raw vegan Mac n' Cheeze recipe! Yay!Be sure to make the cheese sauce right before you want to eat. You can prep all the ingredients and have them ready to blend if you have a Vitamix and blend until it’s hot!
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Instructions
    Mac
    1. Peel the green skin off the zucchini noodles and cut them in half.
    2. Use a spiralizer to make the large noodles (or a julienne peeler)
    3. Cut them into smaller pieces so they look like macaroni noodles. (You can also score the edges lengthwise before running it through the spiralizer to make your noodles, but be careful not to cut too far into the centre.)
    4. Set noodles aside while you make your sauce.
    5. Save the ends and center zucchini bits and throw them in the blender with the sauce!
    Cheeze
    1. Blend all ingredients until smooth and creamy, and HOT!
    2. Pour generously over your noodles and stir in.
    3. Experiment with adding broccoli florets too! Mmmm Broccoli and Chedda' with KETCHUP! (You can soak your broccoli in hot water for an hour beforehand to soften it up a bit)
    4. Sprinkle with fresh cracked black pepper if you dare. ;)
    5. ENJOY!!
    Recipe Notes

    • While it is much easier and more fun to make zoodles with a spiralizer, you can also use a julienne peeler.

    • When fresh organic corn is not available I use frozen organic corn. But remember, organic frozen corn is blanched before freezing.

    Chef Notes

    Naturally Ashley

    Holistic Health Coach at Naturally Ashley Nutrition
    Ashley Clark is a Health Coach, Artist, Photographer and the owner/operator of Naturally Ashley Nutrition. “I am bananas about holistic health and nutrition!" I want to help you create a happy, healthy lifestyle in way that is flexible, fun and lasting. It's not about cutting out the ‘bad’ foods; it's about adding in the good – more FRUITS and VEGETABLES! Healthy living isn’t just about the food you eat– Primary ‘Food’ is important too, like finding a career you love, relationships, and connecting to your spirituality. Love your Life, Love your Food, Love YOU!

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