How to Make Vegan Nacho Cheese Doritos!

Missing that nacho cheese flavor? Not anymore! You only need two ingredients and a few minutes to make these really yummy chips!

Use the low-sodium version of my Magickal Cheezy Seasoning with regular chips, or the original version of the seasoning with unsalted chips. (Using the original seasoning with regular chips will make them too salty.) You can use the low-sodium seasoning with unsalted chips if you are on a low sodium diet.

Add a dash of cayenne pepper to the Magickal Cheezy Seasoning if you want your chips to be a bit spicy, then add the mixture to a gallon-size ziplock bag. The amount of seasoning given is for an average amount of cheesiness. If you like very strongly flavored chips, you can add extra seasoning (for reference, double the amount is really strong!)

Add the chips and seal the bag, leaving a pocket of air in the bag:

Shake to coat the chips. Open the bag and place in the microwave for about 25 seconds. Close the bag and shake again:

Let the chips cool for a minute, then serve and enjoy!

They are so good!

 

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Vegan Nacho Cheese Doritos

These vegan copycat nacho cheese Doritos taste just just like the original and are ready in minutes!

Course Snack
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 3 minutes
Servings 2 Servings
Calories 165 kcal
Author Deborah Mesdag

Ingredients

  • 2 oz Corn Chips
  • 7.0 g (2 1/4 tsp) Low-Sodium Magickal Cheezy Seasoning (see notes)
  • Dash Cayenne Pepper (optional)

Instructions

  1. Add the Magickal Cheezy Seasoning and cayenne (if using) to a gallon-size ziplock bag.

  2. Add the chips and seal the bag, leaving a pocket of air in the bag.

  3. Shake to coat the chips. Open the bag and place in the microwave for about 25 seconds. Close the bag and shake again.

  4. Let the chips cool for a minute, then serve and enjoy!

Recipe Notes

  • Use the low-sodium version of my Magickal Cheezy Seasoning with regular chips, or the original version of the seasoning with unsalted chips. (Using regular chips with my original seasoning will make the chips too salty.) You can use the low-sodium seasoning with unsalted chips if you are on a low sodium diet.
  • If you do not have a scale, look on your chip package to see how many chips are in a one ounce serving. Double that number to know how many chips you need for the two ounces in this recipe.

 

 

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