Cheese balls for everyone edition!
Thank you you amazing bloggers and recipe developers for creating so many amazeballs vegan cheese balls! Vegan Cheese Ball Recipes for the Holidays, for Gameday, parties and everything. To make a super easy vegan cheese ball, pulse vegan cream cheese and daiya cheese blocks like havarti in a processor. Add in herbs, chopped chile, spices or nuts etc. Shape into ball, coat in herbs or toasted nuts/seeds, chill and serve.
One of the first few cheese balls that changed the landscape of cheese balls.
Kick Ace Extra Sharp Cheddar holiday Cheese Ball by VedgedOut. contains Cashews. Pictured below.
Buffalo Cheddar Cheese Ball with Smoked Coconut, (uses cashews) – My Darling Vegan
Nut-free Cheddar Cheese Ball crusted with nooch, paprika and breadcrumbs/ tortilla chips. – Vegan Richa. No Nuts! Pictured below
Everything Bagel Vegan Cheese Ball, just 10 mins, no soaking, blending and straining needed. Uses almond flour.
Jalapeno Havarti Cheese Ball (Uses daiya and tofutti, can be nut-free) – Namely Marly
Sriracha Lime Cheese Ball, (uses cashews) – The Frosted Vegan , Pictured below
Port Wine Cheese Ball – Olives for Dinner.
Smoked Paprika Cheddar Pepper Pecan Cheese ball – The Frosted Vegan
Pistachio Crusted Cashew Cheese Ball by Hot for Food blog, Pictured below
Maple Dijon Cashew Cheese Ball – Connoisseur Veg.
Sage and Gouda Vegan Cheese Ball – Namely Marly, Pictured below
A Simple Almond Cashew cheese ball – Blendtec
Party Cheese Ball – Epicurean Vegan
Cranberry Walnut Cheese Ball – Fork and Beans, Pictured below
What are your favorite vegan cheese balls? Let me know in the comments if I missed any!
Thank you soooo much for this fantastic list of Cheese Balls. They are so quick and easy to do! And because of that I have featured this recipe (link) to my group “Super Quick Plant-Based Recipes” https://www.facebook.com/SuperQuickPBRecipes/ I think my group will love them AND your site!
The white wine & pecan “cream” cheese ball by The Urban Poser is one you missed that is amazing!
Well, this is all well and good…but does nothing for us cheese-aholics in east podunk where vegan cheese (if such a thing can ever be remotely edible) is just not available. That is my one obstacle to veganism…cheese. I’ve learned to do without everything else. But my personal tag line is “life without cheese isn’t worth the effort”.
These are all recipes that you can try. Hopefully one of them will work for you! Also you can order many of the vegan cheeses online like miyoko’s. It is fabulous and worth the shipping cost.
You may want to read the book “The Cheese Trap: How breaking a surprising addiction will help you lose weight, gain energy, and get healthy” by Dr. Neal Barnard.
absolutely amazing!! i love it!
Hi Richa, thanks for your great vegan recipes. it;s good to get a little more variety!
Thanks so much for sharing our cheeseball recipe on your blog 🙂 Happy Eating!
Can’t wait to try some of these! Thank you for including nut free options – my boyfriend is allergic to nuts and it’s hard to find vegan recipes without nuts sometimes!
all of them are Looking amazing! Couldn’t choose one … 🙂
Couldn’t agree with you more Bogusia. Truly spoilt for choice. Ah well, just ‘have’ to try them all. ????