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Homemade Velveeta Cheese


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Homemade Velveeta Cheese
Homemade Velveeta Cheese
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Why buy expensive Velveeta cheese when you can make your own? Here is a simple, homemade cheese recipe that tastes better than the real deal. This Homemade Velveeta Cheese recipe is only four simple ingredients and it is easy to make. You no longer have to buy expensive cheese to get a great taste. This freshly made, cheese recipe is as good as it gets. Save some money and try making a simple cheese recipe like this one here.

Preparation Time: 30 min

Chilling Time: 1 hr

  • 1/4 ounce packet unflavored gelatin
  • 6 tablespoons of dry milk powder
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • 16 ounces mild cheddar cheese, shredded

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  1. Line a mini loaf pan with plastic wrap.
  2. Place the gelatin and dry milk powder into a blender.
  3. Pour the boiling water over the top and pulse to combine.
  4. Add the cheddar cheese and puree the mixture until smooth.
  5. Working quickly, pour the cheese mixture into the prepared loaf pan.
  6. Smooth the top with a spatula.
  7. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
  • Before whipping cream, put mixing bowl and beaters into the freezer for 30 minutes . This will help the cream whip faster.
  • This recipe was adapted from Spend with Pennies's Copycat Velveeta Cheese

For another copycat grocery store recipe, try our version of Homemade Whipped Cream.


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I'm glad to know the process and recipe that said, practically speaking I buy a two pound loaf of Velveeta at my local warehouse employee owned super market for $4.88. A pound of cheddar is around $3.70. I buy both often. The Velveeta is for 'melting' recipes. Throw in the cost of gelatin ..etc, what have i saved? Whats the point?

I would definitely rather use this than the processed stuff at the store, and I like that it's made with only 4 ingredients. However, it's probably easier to just use real cheese! Velveeta is good for melted sauces, but you can make an easy and delicious sauce with shredded cheese, corn starch, and milk.

This recipe was great! I liked it even more than actual Velveeta because the consistency was more similar to real cheese, not like Velveeta's rubbery texture.

If you're looking for a Velveeta substitute this is worth a try. But I'm skeptical of using real cheese to make something that's supposed to taste like processed cheese...

Didn't taste like cheese, nor did it taste like Velveeta. Wouldn't bother making.


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