Light. Flakey. Fluffy. Cheddar cheese-y. And entirely vegan. The Las Vegas-based Vegan Boil Shack is now making their own version of the famous Red Lobster Cheddar Bay biscuits … vegan. Even better, starting now you can get them nationwide.
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When Vegan Boil Shack launched, people in Las Vegas were ordering a few dozen at once to accompany the boil bags. Now, the couple behind Vegan Boil Shack and Vintage Vegan Diner, Tay and Tumn, have created a way for more people to try their popular biscuits. They’re shipping across the country.
“Many customers have said they dipped the biscuits straight into the sauce, and even that one took us by surprise,” says Tumn. “People who know Vintage Vegan Diner know that it’s a staple for us to bake our own bread, and the biscuits are no different.”
The recipe, inspired by Red Lobster’s biscuits, took months to hone but once they did, they became an immediate best-seller.
Making vegan food more accessible
According to Tumn, they wanted a way for more people to try the cheddar biscuits so they created a dry mix in a resealable/reusable bag for purchase on their website. The dry mix even comes with dehydrated vegan cheddar cheese. All that’s needed is non-dairy milk, vegan butter and apple cider vinegar.
“We’re no strangers to shipping food and making our eats accessible,” says Tumn. “We know better than anyone the cost of vegan alternatives can be out of reach for most.”
To order, head to Vegan Boil Shack’s website. It’s $6 per order and it serves 12 people.
In Las Vegas, you can order Vegan Boil Shack’s boil. It comes loaded with veggies and housemade vegan sausage, and cooked in their signature boil sauce. Other items offered are the cheddar biscuits, creamy Alfredo penne, steamed rice and fresh lemonade.