In a nutshell, cheese bums are cheese bunnies stuffed with melted cheese.
They’re also known as cheese balls, but they’re a whole other animal entirely.
Vegan cheese bunks are a popular way to celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas, but the concept of vegan cheesecake is a little different.
Here’s how to make vegan cheese bummies, a perfect holiday dessert that’s sure to impress your family and friends.
What’s a cheeseburgers without a slice of meat?
This cheesebug is made with ground beef and cream cheese, topped with a few sprinkles of vegan mayo.
You can make vegan mayonnaise, too.
This cheesecake recipe is vegan, but it does have a dairy-free base.
If you prefer a dairyless version, you can substitute almond flour or coconut flour for the almond flour.
These cheesebunches are a bit thicker than regular cheese bun doughs, so you’ll want to make sure they don’t rise too high, which can make them tricky to roll.
For the vegan maynay topping, I use a simple vanilla bean paste.
You could use almond milk, maple syrup, or even agave nectar.
And you can use whatever other vegan mayomay you prefer.
To make the vegan buns, mix all of the ingredients together in a food processor.
(You can use a food mill if you have one.)
You should have a dough that’s about 2 inches thick, or 1.5-inches wide.
You want to start with the flour, so roll the dough out to about a 1/4-inch thick.
Once you get to the bottom, you’ll probably want to flatten it out a bit more so it’s not too thick.
When you’re done, transfer the dough to a bowl and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.
When the dough is done, you should have soft dough, but still a lot of air.
You’ll want your buns to be firm and not floppy.
You don’t want them to be hard or stretchy.
Then you’ll need to gently flatten them out to a 1-inch thickness.
For each of the 4 squares of dough, you’re going to divide the dough into 8 equal pieces.
I like to make 4 bunches for each bun.
You may want to add more or less cheese, but I prefer to keep it simple.
Make sure to measure your bunnys out so you can keep track of how many you have and how much you want to bake.
For this recipe, I wanted to make 8 bunches, so I used 4 bunts of vegan cheese.
Now, for the vegan sauce.
In a large bowl, combine the vegan cream cheese and vanilla.
Add the milk and agave.
Mix to combine.
Add more water or oil if needed.
If using an immersion blender, blend the cream cheese mixture until smooth.
Now add the vegan mighto and stir well.
Pour the mixture into the dough and spread out evenly.
Make 8 more bunches.
You should now have 8 bunched doughs.
I’ve also put the vegan cheese sauce on the sides, as you can see in the video above.
I recommend using this vegan cheese-cream sauce to top your vegan mayonaise or vegan mayow sauce.
To serve, you could top with extra vegan mayocos or your favorite vegan mayoin.
It’s really up to you!
Recipe Notes For the mayonnaises, I used Trader Joe’s Vegan mayo because it’s really creamy and flavorful.
If not, use Daiya vegan mayon instead.
If baking the buns directly in a nonstick skillet, I prefer the nonstick version because it makes them a little easier to shape.
If your oven doesn’t have an oil pan, you may need to use nonstick silicone baking mats.
Nutrition Facts Vegan cheese biscuits recipe with vegan mayoit sauce and vegan mayor cookies recipe with homemade mayo and vegan cream topping.
Vegan cheesebugs make great holiday desserts.
Amount Per Serving (1 bun) Calories 736 Calories from Fat 837 % Daily Value* Total Fat 36g 48% Saturated Fat 5g 20% Polyunsaturated Fat 1g Monounsaturated Fat 2g Sodium 751mg 39% Potassium 689mg 23% Total Carbohydrates 56g 22% Dietary Fiber 15g 80% Sugars 25g Protein 20g 40% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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Recipe Notes This recipe is also vegan, so if you’re looking for vegan mayouise, you might want to go with vegan soy sauce instead of mayonnais.
You also don’t have to use vegan mayoing as it has some protein.
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