Liquid Mozzarella

As the number of vegan foods is on the rise, there has also grown a need to revolutionize the pizza cheese industry. That’s why Miyoko’s Creamery has made an ingenious move and crafted liquid mozzarella.

Miyoko’s Creamery liquid mozzarella is the finest and most delicious melty vegan pizza cheese on the market. By removing all the ingredients that made a solid block for shredding, they have cut straight to the meltiness required for perfect pizzas. It comes in a pourable package, and it’s a thick product that transforms into a gooey ingredient once heated.

A man holding a slice of pizza

A gooey melty cheese out of a bottle may sound like something out of a laboratory. But in fact, this product consists of eight simple basic ingredients.

Liquid Mozzarella Cheese for a Dairy-Free Pizza

Vegan foods and ingredients have come a long way, and stores and food companies offer a wide variety of substitute products. The pizza scene has also been leveled up by many healthy solutions for vegans, but there’s always room for improvement. That’s where Miyoko has stepped in and crafted a perfectly melty and gooey delicious liquid mozzarella cheese for all the lovers of pizzas (or creamy casserole).

Miyoko’s Creamery liquid mozzarella is a pourable cheese that comes packed in a white plastic jug-looking bottle. It’s easy to add it as a topping – you simply pour it over your dish and let it heat until it’s set and gains a light brown color on top.

The Vegan Answer to the Creamy Meltiness in Toppings

Approximately, around 3 billion pizzas are sold to Americans annually. So, to say that US residents love pizzas is a slight understatement. With that fact in mind, it’s only natural that they expect their favorite cheesy slices to be perfect or as near to perfect as possible. So Miyoko’s Creamery paid enough attention to the needs of the vegan market and delivered a delicious and extraordinary melty vegan pizza cheese.

What Does Miyoko’s Creamery Use to Make Their Liquid Mozzarella Pizza Cheese?

Although topping cheese straight out of a bottle sounds a bit unhealthy and as something completely science-based, Miyoko’s has made it so delicious because they only use eight ingredients. These are the basics that go into making it:

  • Plant milk (made out of filtered water and organic cashews),
  • Organic sunflower oil,
  • Organic tapioca starch,
  • Sea salt,
  • Mushroom extract,
  • Organic sunflower lecithin,
  • Organic konjac,
  • Cultures.

Let’s See the Nutrition Facts

The table below shows the nutrition facts for a typical serving size of this liquid vegan mozzarella. The serving size is ¼ of a cup or 0.15 lbs, and the container itself consists of about six servings.

Amount per servingMade up ofPercentage
Calories170 kcal
Total fat0.03 lbsTrans fat 0.004 lbs
Saturated fat 0 lbs
Sodium0.001 lbs23%
Total carbohydrate0.02 lbs Dietary fiber 0.002 lbs
Sugars 0.002 lbs
Protein0.004 lbs4%

Want to Make Your Vegan Creamy Cheese at Home? Here’s a Perfect Recipe for You

If you can’t get your hands on this liquid mozzarella in a bottle, you can make something similar at home. You will need:

  • 1 tbsp olive oil,
  • ½ tsp sea salt,
  • 1 shallot (chopped),
  • ½ medium yellow potato (it should be peeled and diced),
  • 1 garlic clove (it should be minced),
  • 1 tsp of vegetable bouillon powder or cubes,
  • 1¼ cup of water,
  • ½ cup of soy milk,
  • ⅓ cup of short-grain rice,
  • ¼ cup of raw cashews,
  • 2 tbsp of white sauerkraut water,
  • 1½ tbsp of nutritional yeast flakes,
  • 1½ tsp of apple cider vinegar,
  • 2 tbsp of tapioca starch or glutinous rice flour,
  • 1 tbsp of agar powder,
  • 1 tsp of mushroom powder or 2 tsp white miso,
  • ¼ tsp of mustard powder.

Garlic and onion should be added to medium heated olive oil for around three minutes. The next step is to add water, potato, bouillon, rice, and cashew, and after it boils, leave it to simmer with a lid on. After it’s soft, transfer everything into the blender until it’s smooth, and then add sauerkraut water, soy milk, yeast, tapioca starch, vinegar, miso, salt, agar, and mustard powder. Now it’s ready to be a topping!

Can I Keep It Frozen?

If you want to make this topping ingredient ahead of time and pull it out of the freezer on occasion, you can freely do so. Use air-tight containers and make sure they are the appropriate size for a single-use. So, anytime the craving for a pizza hits you, unfreeze the mozzarella and use it.

If you want to store it in the refrigerator instead because you might be short on time when it’s time to make a pizza, make it up to 2 days ahead. You will also be delighted to know that this recipe is gluten-free, so when you combine it with the best gluten-free pizza dough, it will be a delight even if you are intolerant to gluten.

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Yes, This Liquid Bottled Cheese Is a Delight

It’s possible to have a dairy-free product that blends perfectly into your pizza toppings, whether you buy it in a store or make it at home. If you are a vegetarian or vegan, with this delightful product, you can make your cheese pizza vegan in an instant and enjoy each bite and its creaminess. You can also make your pizza kosher using this ingredient and make the best gluten-free pizza even better with the mozzarella cheese from a bottle on top.