This easy comforting Vegan Grilled Cheese is great for when you don’t feel like cooking! It is perfect for a weeknight meal.
When I am craving something comforting and don’t want to make a big production of things in the kitchen, this Vegan Grilled Cheese is often what I make. Sometimes I eat it with sriracha, as pictured here.
Other times I like to dip it in raspberry chipotle marinade. Normally my appetite doesn’t permit it, but to add more comforty goodness, you could eat this with Creamy Tomato Basil Soup.
My go-to vegan cheese is Follow Your Heart vegan cheddar, but sometimes I’ll use their Monterey Jack or mozzarella, and add some jalapeños.
If you want a meltier vegan cheese, then I would use Daiya. It melts wonderfully, I just prefer the taste of Follow Your Heart.
My favorite vegan cream cheese is Tofutti – and I have tried many brands of vegan cream cheese. When I am at a store that doesn’t sell Tofutti, I will buy other brands, always to find myself wondering why I didn’t go out of my way to get the good stuff.
Live and learn.
Vegan Grilled Cheese
This Vegan Grilled Cheese is the ultimate comfort food!
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*Update since writing this: Thanks to a reader, the bread below is my new favorite bread. It is soft and fluffy like white bread.
It is Northern Bakehouse millet chia bread. I highly recommend it.
Vegan Grilled Cheese
- Spread vegan mayo and Earth Balance on both pieces of bread.
- On the inside of each piece of bread spread vegan cream cheese. Top with grated vegan cheddar and press into vegan cream cheese.
- Heat a skillet on medium-low heat. Place sandwich with vegan mayo and vegan spread side down. Press down on sandwich. After it turns golden brown, flip and cook the other side until golden brown.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.