Make Vegan Parmesan Cheese With Only 4 Ingredients

If you love cheese flavor, parmesan cheese in particular, then you will love this easy vegan cheese recipe. It only takes four ingredients and a little time to have some delicious grated vegan parmesan cheese to use in all your vegan recipes.

The question I get asked most by vegetarians, meat eaters and people interesting in going vegan is about cheese. It’s amazing how much easier it is for most people to give up meat than it is to finally let go of cheese. I’ll admit that I want that cheesy taste on food quite often myself. There are some commercially available cheeses out there that can help get your through a craving. Let’s be honest though, they are highly processed and not really healthy food options.

Vegan Parmesan Cheese

This recipe for Vegan Parmesan Cheese is amazing! You can use it to sprinkle over things like Italian dishes, bread sticks and soups. It’s really delicious and easy to make. That may be my favorite thing about this recipe. Only 4 simple ingredients and a couple of minutes to prepare! Check out this vegan cheese recipe on the next page.

I have seen several recipes like this on various vegan food blogs. The recipe below is my adaptation of them.

Vegan Parmesan Cheese

You will need:

3/4 cup raw cashews
3 Tbsp nutritional yeast
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp garlic powder

All you have to do to prepare your vegan parmesan cheese is pulse all of the ingredients in a food processor until it is a powder consistency like parmesan cheese.

35 thoughts on “Make Vegan Parmesan Cheese With Only 4 Ingredients”

    1. Audra, you just make it with sunflower seeds. It tastes great that way too. Almonds, of course are great a well–I sometimes use a combination of Almonds and sunflower seeds. Or just almonds or walnuts are great.

  1. Stephanie Dansin Reams via Facebook

    I’m required to make this for my kids to keep them happy. Excellent on cauliflower too!

  2. I’ve been making this for a long time. It’s delicious! I sprinkle it on green salads, hot food, whatever would benefit from a bit of savory yumminess:P Side note: Why are they showing grated cheddar cheese? :/

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