The Cheesecake Factory may have a massive menu, but when it comes to vegan options the menu is a lot smaller. That being said, there are vegan options at The Cheesecake Factory.
To make sure the information provided is 100-percent accurate, we reached out directly to The Cheesecake Factory to create this list of vegan dishes at the restaurant.
What’s vegan at The Cheesecake Factory
Let’s start with the salads. First, there’s the vegan cobb salad.
One of the most well-known vegan dishes on the menu, the vegan cobb features lettuce and tons of veggies. It includes avocado, grilled asparagus, roasted beets, green beans, tomato, cucumber, carrots, quinoa and farro. The salad comes topped with almonds and toasted pepitas and tossed in the house vinaigrette.
Next are the other vegan salads — the Little House and Tossed Green. Mixed greens, veggies and tomatoes and a choice of dressings make up both salads.
Vegan dressing options are balsamic, shallot, SkinnyLicious mustard and the French mustard vinaigrettes.
For an appetizer, the edamame is vegan.
As for the main course, the Impossible Burger is vegan at The Cheesecake Factory. The newest addition to the vegan options, the burger comes with lettuce, tomato, pickles, onion and vegan mayo on a toasted bun. It’s a part of the restaurant’s SkinnyLicious® menu. If you’re not familiar with that, it’s a collection of options that are 590 calories or less.
Sadly, there are no vegan cheesecakes or any vegan dessert on the menu.
Dishes you can veganize at The Cheesecake Factory
There are a couple of dishes you can make vegan at The Cheesecake Factory. First is the the chips and guac (hold the sour cream).
Second is the veggie burger. In order to veganize the veggie burger, hold the garlic dip, substitute the mayo, bun and cheese for the vegan versions.
Finally, we’ve learned that the sugar used in the Korean cauliflower sauce is not vegan sugar … so whomp whomp.