Updated February 2023! Now you can create your own brew pub experience with Miyoko’s Roadhouse Cheddar Spread. Just grab your favorite local beers and some big soft pretzels for the perfect evening snack. This vegan cheese has that classic sharp flavor, but with a spreadable, cream cheese-like consistency.
Miyoko’s Roadhouse Cheddar Spread is Still Classically Sharp
Cheddar is probably the easiest cheese to mimic dairy-free, so I wasn’t surprised to read many rave reviews about these Roadhouse Spreads. Nevertheless, their initial line up of three flavors has dwindled down over the years. Now they offer just one tangy cheddar variety.
This baseline variety is great on sandwiches, with cut vegetables or crackers, or melted into a sauce. We think it could even make a good dairy-free “mac and cheese.”
Ingredients: organic cashew milk (organic cashews, filtered water), organic coconut oil, organic rice miso (organic rice, water, salt, alcohol, koji culture), contains less than 2% of nutritional yeast, sea salt, organic yeast extract, organic annatto for color, cultures, natural flavors. Contains: cashews and coconut.*
Nutrition (per 1-ounce serving): 90 calories, 8g fat, 140mg sodium, 4g carbs, 0g fiber, 1g sugars (includes 0g added sugar), 2g protein.*
Discontinued Miyoko’s Vegan Roadhouse Cheese Spreads
The Biergarten Garlic Chive and Spicy Revolution flavors retired before they relabeled this product to Miyoko’s Roadhouse Cheddar Spreads.
More Facts on Miyoko’s Vegan Roadhouse Cheddar Cheese Spreads
- Price: $6.99 per 8-ounce tub
- Availability: Miyoko’s Vegan Roadhouse Cheddar Cheese Spreads are available in the refrigerated section of grocers throughout the U.S. They are most readily available in natural food markets, but you might spot them in some mainstream stores, too.
- Certifications: Miyoko’s Vegan Roadhouse Cheddar Cheese Spreads are Certified Organic.
- Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Miyoko’s Vegan Roadhouse Cheddar Cheese Spreads are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, plant-based, and vegetarian.*
- For More Product Information: Visit the Miyoko’s website at miyokos.com.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
miyokos is consistently a hard pass. everything from the brand is gross but these are definitely inedible. i cannot conjure up the english words to full express how gross it is.
I’m not vegan or dairy free. I’m just a vegetarian who occasionally tries new things. I don’t know how Miyoko did it but this tastes exactly like non-vegan cheddar beer dip. Exactly. 100%. You have the sharpness and the creaminess of the cheddar and the yeasty tang of beer while somehow containing neither. It’s witchcraft.How does this not have cheddar in it? It blows my mind. If you like regular cheddar beer dip, you will like this. If you want a more mild taste, this probably not for you. Maybe try non-dairy cream cheese?
Nope. I can make it better yourself
Whoever approved this product does not have refined taste buds.
For the price I can make I own, make it taste better and enjoy it so much more.
Can't live without!
Roadhouse Cheddar plus a few vegan cheese shreds makes THEE BEST grilled cheese you’ve ever had. And that’s saying something as I was used to some good aged cheeses before going vegan, so I am beyond surprised to be thoroughly enjoying this faux cheese. The tang some reviewers complain about is exactly what’s need when cooking with vegan cheese. We all know good vegan cheeses aren’t easy on the wallet, so with this ultra cultured spread you can add less and still deliver that punch of cheese flavor to pastas, grilled cheese, etc.
I love the Roadhouse Cheddar and the Spicey Roadhouse. I’ve missed cheese spreads since going vegan.
Cheers to cheddah
Absolutely delicious. Spreads easily. Has the definite tats of cheddar. Very smooth and creamy. Makes going dairy free a joy. Thank you miyoko’s?❤️
I decided to go plant-based 5 months ago and Miyoko’s “cheeses” have made it sooo easy and tasty! LOVE LOVE LOVE the cheddah! It tastes exactly like a sharp cheddar. Great as a grilled cheese, spread or mac n’ cheese. I don’t know how she does it. My tastebuds are in heaven! This “cheese” is only surpassed by Miyoko’s mozzarella. Oh my! Eggplant has never paired so well with a veggie!
As for the “acidic” and “sour” reviews, that’s what sharp cheddar tastes like. It’s definitely not overwhelming and is true to the classic cheddar flavor. If you want mild cheddar, try some American Cheese 🙁
Finally an actual cheddar taste!
I always recommend the Cheers to Cheddah flavor to vegan-curious individuals. Finally a product that has a sharp taste to it; so many cheddar products taste more like American cheese to me or are just too mild to be interesting. My suggestion is combine this cheese with a meltable one like Daiya or Follow your heart cheddar on a grilled cheese sandwich and it’ll make your taste buds sing!
I am returning the “Miyoko’s Vegan Roadhouse Cheese Spread (Cheers to Cheddah which should be called TEARS to Cheddah!). It tastes like apple cider vinegar and is overpoweringly SOUR. I am sooooo dissapointed. Buyer Beware!!!! Kiss your palate good bye on this one.
This tastes great and also feels great to eat. It has a lot of wonderful probiotics from miso and koji but it doesn’t taste, “heathy” per se, rather it is something a bit decadent that I really look forward to eating. I love it on a great sourdough bread – in stead of a dairy cheese sandwich for lunch. This variety is like a hybrid between two of my favorites: the roadhouse and the chive. I’m very thankful to Miyoko and her team. I don’t like most vegan cheeses but I love theirs!