Vegan Buffalo Chicken Ranch Mac and Cheese Burrito is a very long name for a very delicious meal. Crispy Chick’n patty slathered in buffalo sauce, mixed with ranch mac n cheeze, then all rolled up in a tortilla and topped with more ranch and buffalo sauce. This is vegan comfort food gone wild.
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Oh Vegan junk food how we love you!!! Yes, plant eaters eat food that has fat and ingredients that are not that good for you, but at least it’s made of plants and somewhat more healthy than carnivore junk food! And we know it’s cruelty free, which is always a win-win.
This Vegan Buffalo Chicken Ranch Mac and Cheese Burrito is rocking the fast food! A fried “chicken” patty, mac and “cheese” mixed with ranch, hot buffalo sauce, a big ol flour tortilla, kale mix so we can think it’s healthier than it is, and more “cheese” shreds. It’s OH MY GOSH good!
So after you’ve had a bad day, or worked out extra hard on that treadmill, or just because you want to, make one of these. I don’t know how you wouldn’t fall in love with it. It’s that awesome!
Vegan Buffalo Chicken Ranch Mac and Cheese Burrito
- Cook Vegan Mac according to directions. Once done, stir in 1/3 cup ranch, and extra NOOCH, cracked black pepper, and garlic powder. Set aside.
- Cook Spicy Chick'n Patty in a skillet, seasoned, when cooked through dip whole patty in a small plate lined with Franks Hot Sauce. Patty should be covered.
- Warm large tortilla on skillet and then set on a flat surface.
- Spread Vegan Ranch Mac on 1/2 of tortilla, top with extra shredded cheeze and a sprinkle of hot sauce
- Later shredded kale mix, and then top with chicken patty.
- Roll burrito, grill on a skillet on low until sealed and all ingredients are warm inside
- Slice, drizzle extra hot sauce from left to right on top of burrito, and then ranch sauce from right to left forming a zebra stripe of flavor.
- Go to Burrito Town!
- There is no way to calculate nutritional value because there is no specified amounts or products for this recipe. The 300 calories is a placeholder.
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