Our poor baby has not been doing well. At all. We found she has a milk sensitivity and are now going through the horrible process of trying to find the RIGHT formula for her. Soy? Lactose Free? Or the $30 a can Nutramigen or Alimentum? Unfortunately, I’ve tried to breastfeed exclusively. I would LOVE to breastfeed exclusively. But I’m only able to partially. For whatever reason, each of my babies has come 5 weeks or earlier, and the milk just doesn’t come in like it’s supposed to when they are in the newborn ICU.
I’ve (almost) given up chocolate, but now it’s been recommended that I exclude dairy too. My husband told me yesterday, “why not just formula feed exclusively? You’re giving up your two favorite things!”
Yes, chocolate has been MURDER to give up. But dairy? My dad had a dairy allergy growing up and I rarely remember eating anything with cheese on it. I grew up on soymilk and asking the pizza guy to leave the cheese off the pizza. Dairy for me won’t be hard to give up at all.
One of the bloggers I continuosly send recipes to my vegan parents is Chloe Coscarelli. of Chef Chloe. She does an incredible job of trying to recreate childhood favorites into vegan form. When I saw her recent post for goldfish crackers, I had to try it. These Vegan Cheese Crackers were perfect.
Just one problem. I didn’t have any goldfish cracker molds. (But you can find one here). So I improvised and cut the dough into circles using a medicine cup then drew a happy face on them using a candle for eyes and a toothpick for the mouth.
These Vegan Cheese Crackers taste just like regular cheese cracker recipes and are the perfect vegan snack!
Answering Your Questions:
1. What is Nutritional Yeast? 2. What is tumeric? 3. What does nutritional yeast taste like? Nutritional yeast has a cheddar like flavor 4. Can I substitute another type of yeast? No. 5. Can i substitute another type of flour? Absolutely. Let us know in the comments how it turned out.