Dairy alternative products by Miyoko’s have been a huge hit. They’ve released vegan cream cheese, pub cheese, and cheese wheels that can be delivered with vegan wine. These products have been so successful that Miyoko’s even received a $6 million investment to expand. Now Miyoko’s Kitchen will be releasing a line of nut-free vegan cheese!

Miyoko's Kitchen vegan cheese wheels

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Miyoko’s products, such as their cheese wheels, roadhouse cheeses, cream cheeses, and more are made with a cashew nut and coconut oil base, but the new products will be more allergy-friendly and affordable. Miyoko Schinner says they’re using a variety of beans such as garbanzo and butter beans, as well as seeds for protein. The new cheeses will have protein, fiber, and be organic, and will have half the calories that traditional dairy has.

Although the exact flavors of the new cheeses haven’t been announced, Schinner did say that so far there will be three new flavors of very traditional styles of cheese that will melt perfectly for grilled cheeses and pizzas, as well as a snackable cheddar for moms to put in their kids’ lunch boxes.

Make Your Own Dairy-Free, Nut-Free Cheese

Are you now craving vegan cheese, but don’t have Miyoko’s products available to you? Or maybe you’d just rather eat a homemade version of cheese? Try these recipes from our Food Monster App:

1. Paprika Cheese

Vegan Paprika Cheese

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Nut-free, soy-free, and dairy-free cheese that slices and grates — amazing! This Paprika Cheese recipe by Anja Cass is so easy to make and is great for a cheese platter, on crackers in a toasted sandwich or anywhere where you would normally use sliced or grated cheese. Best of all, it has no nuts or soy-based ingredients so it is a great option for anybody with food allergies ingredients commonly found in dairy-free cheese.

2. Raw Nut-Free Sesame Cheese

Vegan sesame cheese

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This simple, raw, and nut-free Sesame Cheese by Amanda Nicole Smith makes the impossible possible with a blend sesame seeds, nutritional yeast, apple cider vinegar, and agar agar. Un-hulled sesame seeds have a very nutty, almost smoky flavor that makes this cheese unique. If you like sesame seeds then you’ll really like this cheese, and if you can’t eat nuts you’ll like it even more! This is an absolute must-try on crackers.

3. Sunny Hemp Cheeze

Sunny Hemp Cheeze

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Natasha Condie‘s Sunny Hemp Cheeze spread is delicious and great for those times where you crave something rich and creamy. Just be sure to omit the optional cashews if you’re nut-free! It’s relatively easy to make because it doesn’t require any fermenting, draining, or any special equipment at all other than a good blender or food processor.

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