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10 Delicious Things To Make With Cashews

Whether you’re lactose intolerant, vegan, a raw foodie, or a total nut job, you’ll love what you can do with the cashew.

First Thing’s First

A lot of these recipes are requiring the cashews to have been “soaked”. Well what in the gosh darn heck? Don’t freak out. It’s easy! You just have to plan ahead a little. No big deal. Here’s how.

1. Cashew Milk

You’re gonna need to make like 4 batches just to get through the day. Here’s the recipe.

2. Cashew Cheese

This is the SNACKS. Get the recipe.

3. Vanilla Cashew Cream

Put it in your cereal, mix with berries in place of yogurt, or just eat it straight from the bowl because you have no impulse control. Like me! . Get the recipe.

4. Raw Cashew Cheesecake

Fuggedabout that NY Cheesecake. This is what’s up. Get the recipe.

5.

Oh I’ll just have 1 or 2 or NOMNOMNOMNOMNOM GONE. Here’s the recipe.

6. Cauliflower-Cashew Ricotta

So many ways to enjoy. This recipe for spaghetti squash is a great place to start! Pass the red wine, please. Get the recipe.

7. Cashew Alfredo Sauce

Using this sauce, you’ll finally be able to relate with Sophia Loren’s claim: “Everything you see I owe to spaghetti”. Here’s the recipe.

8. Cashew Poblano Crema

Ay Dios mio! Get the recipe.

9. Cashew Creamy Tomato Soup

Just like your vegan mother used to make. Here’s the recipe.

10. Raw Cashew Hummus Style Dip

Now you can enjoy hummus without all the farts. Get the recipe.

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