Follow Your Heart Giveaway!

Congratulations to Andrew Magee and Nick Michelle Hathorus!  Both of you will be getting an email soon.  Thanks for participating everybody!

My first introduction to the Follow Your Heart brand happened a few months after I became vegan.  I have very fond memories of searching the deepest corners of the internet, looking for vegan cheese recipes.  When I happened upon Vegan Gourmet, the first meltable vegan cheese I had ever seen, I was beyond stoked.  Back then, I could only get it through online order…which I did often.

Now the vegan market is flooded with cheese.  This is all good and well, but I still say Follow Your Heart has the best flavor.  Nobody is touching my loverly monterey jack, yo!

Besides vegan cheese, Follow Your Heart is also behind the magic that is Vegenaise (pronounced any way you’d like).  They’re also making dressings, sauces, marinades, and veggie meats!  Oh yeah!

Today, the wonderful people at Follow Your Heart are offering up the “Vegan Made Easy” kit to TWO lucky winners!  This kit includes: Soy-Free Vegenaise, Vegan Gourmet Mozzarella, Vegan Gourmet Cream Cheese, High Omega Vegan Ranch, and a Follow Your Heart Spatula!

To enter this contest please tell us what you’d do with all these awesome products!  Contest ends tonight at 10PM Pacific time.  Open to US only.

 

Good luck!!!

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166 Responses to Follow Your Heart Giveaway!

  1. Trista says:

    OMG…bagels and cream cheez, pizza, pizza, pizza, and eggless tofu salad, oh, and pizza.

  2. Sara Smith says:

    I would serve them to my family and try to make that leap from lacto ovo vegetarian to vegan.

  3. Sophie says:

    Oh man, these are vegan must haves! I would make tasty things for my non vegan husband…because I know these sorts of ingredients don’t “taste vegan”. Trickery!

  4. erin cullen says:

    I would make my son vegan pizza.
    Use the cream cheese to make some frosting for my daughter’s upcoming bday cake.

  5. Starla Robinson says:

    Oooh! I think I would use them to make appetizer foods! Vegan Cream cheese stuffed jalepenos, vegan mozzarella sticks, Some kind of “buffalo wings” to dip in ranch, and black bean sliders to slather vegenaise on! *drool*

  6. Cara Tillie Messer says:

    Mostly sammiches. I miss ranch especially! Ranch on my club sammich, cream cheese rolled up with some Tofurky in a tortilla, Sliced mozzarella on… well, actually that one might turn into a grilled “cheese”. annnnd Veganaise on EVERYTHING FOREVER

  7. Mary says:

    I’ve been transitioning to vegan for a little while now, trying to get my partner to do the same. With these goodies, I’d make some of his favorite recipes to show him that you can enjoy them without animal products!

  8. Joy says:

    Yes! Definitely some more homemade pizza – I want to take a crack at a nice deep dish (my fave). All the vegan pizza around here, both fresh and frozen, is thin crust. It’s fine in a pinch, but what’s the point of pizza if not for the bread and (vegan) cheese?!
    Cream cheese – goes on bagels, of course! I’m going to be doing some serious carbo-loading for an upcoming marathon. What better way than bagels with a dab of cream cheese? ;) And my hubby loves ranch dressing, so a vegan version of that would be way cool! And Vegenaise is just one of those staples, for last minute sandwiches and who knows what else.
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  9. thom h. says:

    I would consume them.

  10. Chuck says:

    The Veganaisse goes sandwiches, of course including “egg” salad sandwiches. Cream cheese into sandwiches and bagels. Vegan Mozz on pizza!!! I haven’t had ranch on salads since before going vegan…

  11. Leslie F says:

    Red velvet cupcakes!

  12. Denise says:

    I love these products! I use the mayo in chickpea salad and my hot spinach and artichoke dip along with the sour cream and the cheese! My fiance loves the cream cheese. We dont have a big selection around here so have not tried the vegan ranch but would love to! I def. follow my heart and stick with these products in all of my cooking!

  13. Stephanie says:

    when I lived in California I used to go to the Follow Your Heart restaurant every other week. So amazing. Veganaise is actually my favorite thing to dip my fries in! OMG so delicious!! I haven’t ever tried their ranch dressing surprisingly enough, but a big green salad with lots of cucumber and tomato topped with that deliciousness sounds awesome to me. And Cheese? Who doesn’t love cheese. Cheese makes everything better. EVERYTHING!! Cheese on my salad, cheese in a sandwich, cheese on my head, I don’t care just put some cheese on it. Yum, yum, yum!

  14. Megan Hall says:

    I would definately try Veganaise for the first time! And can you believe, vegan or not, I’ve never had ranch?!

  15. veganlinda says:

    I’ve been wanting to try the soy-free Vegenaise. I recently tried Mindful Mayo and would love to see the difference since Vegenaise has been staple in our lives for years. The cheeze will become baked ziti, the cream cheese would be used in a dessert, and the ranch would probably be eaten with a spoon it sounds so good.

  16. Angela Cobb says:

    I would make our favorite vegan dish, Eggplant Pomodoro with a yummy side salad. I would use the veganise mixed with a little mustard to brush onto eggplant rounds, then dip in panko crumbs and bake. WIth about ten minutes left, I would shred the cheese and add on top of the eggplants so it get nice and melty. Serve it over couscous that has been cooked with fresh tomatoes and basil. Mixed with a little of the cream cheese to make it nice and creamy. Served next to a rocking’ side salad topped with the vegan ranch! SO glad it is lunch time, cause now I am hungry!!

  17. Monica says:

    Vegan spinach artichoke dip and bleu cheez dressing to dip beer battered tofu sticks in. Applebees night! LOL

  18. Shannon M. says:

    Pizza is a definite must do with the follow your heart cheese. I like to make potato salad, chickpea faux tuna salad, and faux tofu chicken salad with the vegenaise. :D I also love putting it on tempeh, mushroom, and onion sandwhiches I like to make. So delicious. I would use the cream cheese on my Everything bagels I eat for breakfast every morning and the ranch on a awesome salad full of all my favorite veggies! The spatula would become my best friend for mixing and cooking.

  19. Seriously, Veganaise makes life better. What can’t you do with Veganaise? I could probably drink a whole jar of it! And vegan ranch? My daughter’s school uses real ranch dressing for carrots at snack time, would be so nice to show them that there is a better option available! That is the only non-vegan thing they serve at snack time.

  20. Michelle Davis says:

    Cream cheese: Make a cheescake.
    Veganaisse: Make potato salad
    Ranch Dressing: Serve with crudite
    Mozzarella: Vegan lasagna, baby!!!

  21. Katy says:

    I would make the most amazing junk food ever! Pizza, vegan buffalo wings with vegan ranch, and a cheesecake are all on my to-do list.

  22. maddie says:

    I would definitely make pizza for all my non-vegan friends, have salads with ranch or veggies and ranch for a long time. and i’ve been dying to buy vegenaise because i love sandwiches (but who doesn’t) and cream cheese because bagels are one of my favorite breakfast foods. my whole foods doesn’t carry many vegan options so my mouth is watering just thinking about them now!

  23. Mandi says:

    I’m picturing BBQ pizza with ranch for the sauce and a cheesecake for dessert! yum!

  24. Jeremy says:

    I love FYH products. If I won this, I’d give the products to family members and coworkers who can’t understand how delicious and easy being vegan really is.

  25. daryl morazzini says:

    I would have a Vegan-Non-Dairy extrazaganza!

    I would make TLT (Tempeh, lettuce, and tomato) sandwiches and also a classic macaroni salad with the Veganaise.
    I would make Tempeh Wings and use the Ranch as a dip for the wings and carrot+celery sticks.
    I would make Pizza bagels with the Mozzarella.
    I would make coconut pinapple Cheese Cake with the cream cheese.
    I would be using the spatuala to flip/serve all those foods while I made them.

  26. Megan says:

    I would eat the vegan ranch WITH A SPOON! A LARGE SPOON! NO, A LADLE!

  27. Rachel says:

    I would make a few amazing vegan dishes and basically stun my meat eating friends into oblivion, ha. :P I have actually only tried the Vegenaise so far, my area doesn’t carry many vegan friendly products and it would be great to try some more of the products that are out there, and as I said expose my friends and family to more vegan options, so they can get on the road to good health and kind eating.

  28. Meaghan says:

    I would totally make a million pizzas and calzones. I love Follow Your Heart cheese! As for the vegenaise, I’d make a big batch of creamy caesar dressing :)

  29. Jennifer Licata says:

    I would be excited to try the vegan cream cheese (on BAGELS!), which I’m sorry to say I’ve never had. I’d make some veggie cream cheese and slather that on a sesame or multigrain bagel. Yummmm. I *might* have some leftover to make strawberry cream cheese for my daughter, too. :-D

  30. Charlene Williams says:

    Wow! I’d love to try a bunch of recipes that require cheese-like products that I’ve never tried! Maybe serve some to non-vegan friends to show them just how yummy eating vegan can be:)

  31. Rhea says:

    I would cook my vegan heart out: jalapeno poppers, grilled cheese, TLT’s, salads, dips, etc..

  32. Kim Yager says:

    YUMMMMMMMMMMMMM what would I do with these products? Where do I start? Grilled “cheese” Dips, spreads, anything just hand ‘em over! :)

  33. Billy says:

    I wanna make some Eggless Egg Salad, Eggplant Parma Calzones, and maybe some pizza pie. Mama Mia!

  34. Charlene Williams says:

    Wow! I would love to try some recipes that call for cheese-like products that I’ve never made. I’d probably also serve some to non-vegan friends to show them just how yummy eating vegan can be:)

  35. Esther says:

    Oh my gosh. Pizza and potato salad and regular salad and too many things I’d want to do!!

  36. Angie says:

    Newly vegan and ready to fall in love. I’ve yet to try the vegan cheeses. Any of them. With a mix of curiosity and fear, I’ve avoided them. I would love to make nachos and dips and still feel light and lovely. I would love to have “cream cheese” that didn’t taste like cardboard flavored with sunflower oil. I’m ready and willing to be won over.

  37. Danni says:

    I’m thinking…
    salads.
    sammiches.
    pizza.
    …and I would carry around the spatula, claiming it to be my magic vegan scepter by which I transform plain, boring ingredients into tasty meals and snacks. Because that’s what vegans do. We’re magical. Like unicorns <3

  38. maria says:

    vegenaise in potato salad, a barbeque tempeh pizza with mozzarella cheese and carmelized onions, a pumpkin roll with cream cheese filling (or carrot cake with cream cheese frosting!), and you can’t go wrong simply dipping veggerables (or pizza crust) into ranch dressing. and i don’t have a silicone spatula, which is ridiculous.

  39. Susie says:

    I would use that rad spatula to scrape out the areas of my food processor where my tongue/finger won’t fit.

  40. daniel t says:

    I put reduced fat vegenaise on my sandwich just about every day. My girlfriend and I have used it to make coleslaw several times too. When it’s on sale at Whole Foods we buy multiple jars of it haha. I can’t imagine not having it in my refrigerator at all times. Seriously. I’ve put it on just about everything at least once. I mix it with a vegan sriracha sauce to make a killer condiment cocktail sauce.

  41. I think I’d be making a MAJOR tempeh bacon grilled cheese sandwich!

  42. Susan Taylor says:

    I would freak out if I won this. I LOVE Vegenaise products, and some of the stuff here I haven’t tried yet! :D

  43. Michelle Hathorus says:

    I’d serve them on Game night and show my omni friends that Vegan can still taste great!

  44. Rose Tahash says:

    I would be really excited to try all of these products as a new vegan. I like Daiya cheese but would like to branch out and have been searching (and temporarily making my own) for a delicious ranch dressing substitute.I would use the cream cheese to make the frosting for vegan whoopie pies!

  45. Shannon says:

    It can be a struggle fitting veganism into a not so vegan friendly budget. I’m happy to eat nice fresh fruits and vegetables and make everything from scratch but sometimes you just want a luxury item like a nice brick of vegan cheese. I’m certain that products like this are what’ll help me persuade my stubborn but newly health conscious mother out of dairy!

  46. Lori says:

    Cole slaw and pizza!

  47. ginger says:

    Let’s see…I would make lots of sandwiches and veggie burgers with the vegenaise and vegan ranch (love that stuff!), grilled cheese sandwiches with the vegan mozzarella, and probably a carrot cake using the vegan cream cheese for frosting.

  48. cindy l says:

    Soy-Free Vegenaise – “untuna”chickpea sandwiches and coleslaw!
    Vegan Gourmet Mozzarella – mizza mizza mizza
    Vegan Gourmet Cream Cheese – bagel cream cheese tomato sandwiches!
    High Omega Vegan Ranch – tempeh hot sauce dip in ranch!
    Follow Your Heart Spatula – will be used on baking something with chocolate, lots of chocolate.

  49. Jessie says:

    I would most certainly slather the veganaise on some TLT sandwiches, make a ridiculously tasty mozzarella/spinach/tomato/pesto pizza, and whip up a tasty vegan chocolate-cheesecake for dessert. Mmmm.

  50. Beth Mickens says:

    Mmm….Let’s make a three course meal! Start off with a simple salad made with lettuce, carrots, chickpeas, tomatoes and vegan croutons topped with vegan ranch dressing. For the main course, a ratatouille stew made with roasted eggplants, summer squash, bell peppers, onions and herbs smothered in a garlicky herbed tomato sauce and topped with a slice of melted vegan mozzarella. To go with the stew, an italian inspired potato salad made with potatoes, capers, olives, herbs and a sweet garlic mayo dressing using mayo, whole grain mustard, sugar/agave, and pinch of garlic paste, salt and pepper (and maybe some paprika). And for dessert, fresh fruit with a cream cheese dip or cupcakes with a cheesecake frosting!!

  51. Erica says:

    I’d put the cream cheese in homemad crepes with a dilly green bean and roll them up tight and use the ranch on everything!

  52. Lizzie says:

    Oh, hell yes. I’ve wanted to try their cream cheese for a long time.
    Definitely would rock some potato salad, pizza, and cream cheese bagels (with my homemade plum jam).

  53. missmuffcake says:

    make sandwiches! i use FYH products on lunch daily!

  54. Becca says:

    Sandwiches! Pizza! Cheesecake! Tempeh or tofu buffalo wings with ranch!

  55. damomma says:

    I would love to introduce my 16 year old to the vegan ranch. It would be a HUGE improvement over the standard ranch dressings.

  56. Stephanie says:

    I’d make pizza and sandwiches and put the vegenaise in cake (moist and delicious) and use the cream cheese for frosting! I’ve never had vegan ranch before- so that would have to be eaten with carrots and other veggies as ordained by the gods of salad. Also, I’m in need of a new spatula – would love to represent FYH in my kitchen!

  57. Katie says:

    Oh man, I am ALL OVER that ranch. I’m thinking seitan Louisiana hot wings and pizza… something I can never recreate properly is hot wings dipped in ranch dressing! Not to mention all the sammiches and coleslaw for the Vegenaise! OH OH and cream cheez frosting for cinnamon roles! And pumpkin bread! And cheezcake!

  58. Eve says:

    I love to make piping hot nachos with FYH cheese and a huge pile of salad on top of them–the mozzarella works great, even if it’s not the traditional nacho flavor. I would most certainly chop up extra firm tofu with pickles and celery, and mix with the Vegenaise and dijon mustard, served on toast. Clearly, the cream cheese must be made into a pumpkin cheesecake. The Ranch dressing will be perfect for Ranch mashed potatoes, and also on spinach salad with artichoke hearts and tomatoes. The spatula is obviously for flipping the fried tofu I put on English muffins (with more FYH cheese). OK, now I’m hungry…is it time for lunch yet?

  59. rachel says:

    i love follow your heart! i would be making pumpkin rolls with that cream cheese. and i love their vegenaise on sammiches. pure awesomeness.

  60. Melissa says:

    I would eat the food, and I would share it with my friends. And my mother.

  61. I really want to try that ranch!!!!!

    Okay, trying to use all the items for one dish here: I REALLY want to try to make Jalapeno Poppers. Cream cheese/mozz mixture for stuffing jalapenos, using the spatula to mix it all together. I would use the ranch as a dip for dipping, and vegenaise to make another dipping sauce — maybe a creamy chipotle dipping sauce?

    Or make some sort of crazy artichoke dip.

  62. Jess says:

    I would take all of these products, pour them into a bathtub, and relax by soaking in their deliciousness through my pores. Full body orgasm.

  63. gretchen says:

    Tofu “egg” salad, calzones, black bottom cupcakes, salad, and pancakes!

  64. Kristy says:

    I’m salivating, just thinking of how this cheese would put the “fun” back in Queso Fundido. Ranch dip for veggie tempura! And cream cheese frosting would be great on some vegan carrot cake muffins or even just on some toasted bagels. Mmm.

  65. Haley says:

    I would dance around the house eating cream cheese with my new spatula…..

  66. Lacey says:

    I’d prolly eat the Veganaise straight out of the jar. So good.

  67. Amy says:

    Sweet! Follow Your Heart is the only vegan cheese my little heart desires. Love it. I would absolutely make something magical like pizza rolls or a fun sandwich spread!

  68. christina carlisle says:

    Ooh, I really want to try the soy free vegenaise cause my daughter has a soy intolerance. I would use the cheese on pizza, the vegenaise on sandwiches, and the ranch on everything!

  69. That’s so funny, I just announced a FYH giveaway on my blog today, too :) I would love this kit and I would make caprese salads, use the Ranch as a dip for veggies, slather the cream cheese on bagels and make lots of tempeh BLTs and potato (or pasta) salad with the Vegenaise. Thanks!

  70. Abby says:

    What wouldn’t I do with these products? I don’t often splurge on vegan cheese, so it would be a great chance to indulge a bit without breaking the bank!

  71. Amy Nilsen says:

    Aw! I’d do a happy dance…then make a tasty samich of course!!

  72. Farrah P says:

    Oh anytime I hear cream cheese I think cream cheese frosting on a carrot cake!
    Maybe a little Veganaise and dill relish for a little tarter sauce to go with some creamy, “crab” cakes?
    Ranch dressing mixed with some pureed chickpeas, carrots, and cucumbers for a killer sandwich spread!

  73. johnp says:

    I could make a lot of southern food! I’ve gone through 2 big jars of Vegenaise this month due to my MoFo projects!

  74. Jeri says:

    PIZZA!!!!

  75. Elizabeth says:

    pizza, pastas, my alfredo sauce that owes so much to follow your heart cream cheese, seitan hot wings and ranch dipping sauce, delicious dressings and sauces for all sorts of stuff mhmmmm getting hungry now!

  76. Ann says:

    I recently had a friend tell me about making vegan mozzarella sticks, Id love to give that a try

  77. Alexandra S says:

    I would make me a tomato sandwich. I’m a southern gurl so we love our tomato sandwiches with “cheese” and “mayo” here; but where I live in a very very very rural community, it’s hard to find anything Vegan.

  78. tanis says:

    First I would make a giant buffalo-tofu pizza. Then I would make a bunch of sandwiches. Then I would end up eating whatever was left over straight out of the jar. I love FYH!

  79. Nobody says:

    Pizza, Pizza, and PIZZA. oh, and i’d put some on a hot sandwich and pasta. NOM.

  80. Angela says:

    I would slather the vegenaise on these sandwiches: http://veganyumyum.com/2008/07/smokey-miso-tofu/ and dip some raw veg into the ranch dressing!!

  81. Lauren says:

    I would put them on salads, bagels, homemade pizzas, the options are endless!!

  82. Katie of Vegan Noms says:

    I would love to try the ranch! I might even make a veggie pizza w/ it instead of marinara…

  83. Rachael says:

    I would get baking right away! Maybe make some decadent vegan mac and cheese… yummy!

  84. April says:

    Soy-Free Vegenaise & Vegan Gourmet Mozzarella: Use in a cold pasta salad with raw broccoli and cherry tomatoes
    Vegan Gourmet Cream Cheese: make cream cheese frosting to dress up Carrot Cupcakes
    High Omega Vegan Ranch: serve with my kids lunch for dipping Morningstar Chick’n nuggets

  85. I LOVE this brand – it’s a little more expensive than others in my area, but worth the price. I coudl whip up another batch of my buffalo chikn dip with the all these ingredients – just need to grab a pack of vegan chickn! And I could always use another spatula. :)

  86. Stephanie says:

    I’d use the cream cheese to make a pumpkin cheesecake, the Veganaise for BLTs, the dressing as a dip for lots of raw veggies, and the mozzarella on a pizza!

  87. Kelly says:

    I’ve made eggless salad using chickpeas and Vegenaise. I LOVE the vegan cheeses on enchiladas. I am nuts about these products!!!

  88. joanna says:

    i feel as if this giveaway were specifically created for me. follow your heart, i love you. i will make some lasagna out of your cheese, and then, because that will take so long to cook, i will make a seitan sandwich with vegenaise to share with my family. then maybe some of that ranch needs to be a dip for veggies. then fast forward to me, dancing around my kitchen, singing “say a little prayer for you” about FYH.

  89. Nanette says:

    I think I’d have a festival of sandwiches to use these products! Panini and calzone and hoagies oh my!

  90. Mandy says:

    I would eat the heck out of them!

  91. jun says:

    I’ll finally be able to make cheese cake, and to show my sofy-free MIL how awesome vegenaise is!

  92. Melanie Yo says:

    Oh boy let’s see vegan cheesecake five tiered delicious goodness, vegan pizza with caramelized onions, because I am addicted. Vegan chick pea salad with the mayo nom nom.. and ranch pasta salad with peas, onions, and coconut bacon. XD

  93. mariser says:

    cake with cream cheez frosting!
    spinach dip!
    eaten with a spoon!

  94. Tori says:

    I’d season them with tears of joy and eat them straight from the container on the floor of my kitchen while my cat judges me silently.

  95. Tiffany says:

    I would use all of it for some epic baking.

  96. Katherine says:

    World’s most awesome vegan artichoke dip! And I will use my new kitchen torch to melt the fake cheese on top of it! Eeee!

  97. Tyler says:

    I would make a vegan sub sandwich with some sprouts and avocado and cucumbers and share it with all my friends!

  98. laura says:

    so sad that most of these contests have only been available to americans :(

    • Mo says:

      Do you have suggestions for companies who ship internationally? That would be super helpful. We can only ship things to where the company is capable of shipping them.

      It takes a lot of work to get as many donations as we did, so it’s frustrating when people complain without offering a suggestion of who we could contact in the future.

      Next year, we are asking for MoFos to ask for donations from companies that ship internationally or suggest them.

    • isachandra says:

      Yeah, what Mo said. Before complaining, see how you can help. A lot of work was put into these giveaways, if it was up to us they would be international. You have no idea how crappy it feels to get complaints like this while getting very few offers to help with things like giveaways.

  99. Christina M. says:

    I’m brand new to vegan eating, so I’ve never heard of this brand, so would just love to try each item!

  100. Jen says:

    A few things a pumpkin cheezecake, and a veggie wrap with ranch and cheeze.

  101. Megan Pickett says:

    I would make some vegan goodies for the other kids in my dorm who don’t think that vegan food is “real food”. But mainly, I’d keep it to myself ;)

  102. Melissa says:

    Smother everything that goes into my gullet with these delicious spreads!!

  103. Liz Manning says:

    My family loves Follow Your Heart products. Here’s how we’d used the goodies:
    The mozzarella: pizza or “cheese on bread” (that’s our family’s name for grilled cheese
    The vegenaise: red potato salad
    The cream cheese: shmeared on a bagel
    The ranch: duh, on a salad
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  104. Nick says:

    They offer a vegan ranch now? Well then tempeh wingz of course! Can’t have football season without wingz, can’t have wingz without ranch!

  105. Kelly says:

    Follow Your Heart has saved me in this vegan wasteland of a town. I don’t know what we’d do without veganaise for eggless salads or on sandwiches! And mozzarella on pizza and lasagna! I haven’t found the Ranch Dressing yet, but I know I’d love to have that on the ready for salads and dipping!

  106. bre says:

    Currently switching from vegetarian to vegan, so this lil giftpack give-a-way would be such a superb jumpstart to that! i recently just bought the Follow Your Heart Ranch, and my family loves it! Haven’t had the chance to try any of the others, but would love to! And I never win anything, haha!

  107. Soy-Free Vegenaise- That’s easy. I’d walk around with an IV drip of it.
    Vegan Gourmet Mozzarella- Now that it is fall, I have to make my butternut squash lasagna.
    Vegan Gourmet Cream Cheese-I’m gonna make a vegan blintz for Channukah this year.
    High Omega Vegan Ranch= That will be my palate cleanser
    Follow Your Heart Spatula= Kitchen utensils make awesome air microphones.

    Seriously, the food would go to feed me and my family.

  108. Annie says:

    I would spank my husband with the spatula, then wash it and make macaroni salad with vegenaise, “meat”ball sandwiches with the mozzarella, raspberry chipotle cream cheese dip, buffalo tofu salad with the ranch. And I’d blog about it, too. Except maybe the spanking part, that’s a whole other blog.

  109. Brenda says:

    To start, the Vegenaise goes right into a killer batch of macaroni/potato salad with peas. Our favorite vegan bacon/lettuce and tomato salad is begging for that Ranch dressing. I need the Cream Cheese for our Thanksgiving vegan pumpkin roll (yum, with that delicious cream cheesy filling). And the Mozzarella will be melted on crustiny or polenta covered in scrumptious tomato/basil/white bean/garlic topping! Apparently I haven’t eaten lunch yet!

  110. Abby Bean says:

    For starters, the spatula is the bomb; I can use it to scrape out every last drop of vegenaise to make avocado/tomato/sprout sammies and tempeh/potato/macaroni salad! Mozzarella on anything Italian, cream cheese on bagels only, and ranch on cruelty-free wings!!

  111. mary says:

    Sandwiches!!! I love the follow my heart products. I can’t get enough of veganaise, it makes the perfect tempeh salad dressing.

  112. Kristin says:

    Sammiches! Obviously!

  113. MizzB says:

    Follow your heart spatula – for everything needing spreading.
    Vegenaise – for new potato salad.
    Mozzarella – for topping homemade quesadillas
    Gourmet cream cheese – for spreading in the center when making my holiday sweet potato (or pumpkin) roll
    They make a ranch – WOW. Great excuse for whipping up a batch of Vegan Dads boneless chickenless hot wings to dip in the ranch.
    Thanks for the giveaway

  114. Julie Truong says:

    sf vegenaise – deviled tofu salad sandwich. delicious!
    vg moz- margherita pizza. yummy!
    vg cream cheese- pumpkin cheesecake! i miss it so much.
    hov ranch- veggie burger and salads. so much variety.
    follow your heart spatula- spread that veggie goodness!

  115. Aimee says:

    I think I’d have to go with vegan eggplant Parmesan with the mozzarella (I make my own Parm. subsitute). Either that or Chicago style stuffed pizza–for the bottom layer.
    I’d probably make all kinds of sauces with the Vegenaise. Like habanero mayo and some 1000 Island dressing for Reubens.
    Cream Cheese would definitely go into some sort of frosting. Cinnamon rolls, perhaps.
    Vegan ranch sounds like it might go alright with some sauerkraut balls I’ve been thinking about making.

  116. kate says:

    the possibilities are endless! i would totally have to make a pizza with the cheese, and what cheese wasn’t used up would be made into a grilled cheese, tomato & mayo sandwich. as for the cream cheese, i would get some pumpkin and make a pumpkin cheese cake!

  117. Lindsey says:

    I would make pizza and ranch dressing on the side!

  118. I would make salad with the ranch, sandwiches with the veganaise and eat the cheese with a spoon because I’m looking for a decent vegan cheese. Cheese is the main reason I haven’t made to move to vegan. This could do the trick! Thanks!

  119. * Soy-Free Vegenaise – Potato Salad!
    * Vegan Gourmet Mozzarella – Pizza!
    * Vegan Gourmet Cream Cheese – A pumpkin pie!
    * High Omega Vegan Ranch – An amazing dip for wings!
    * Follow Your Heart Spatula – This will prevent me from “accidentally” leaving too much filling/batter/whatever in the bowl. Especially for that pumpkin pie up there.

  120. Annie says:

    I would finally, FINALLY make a brain-blasting vegan pizza!!! I’m always on too tight of a budget for vegan cheese and can never justify buying it when it comes down to it. Buuuuuut…… being awarded with some incredible Follow Your Heart would make my little vegan heart sing!! Finally a pizza night!!! :)

  121. Keesha says:

    Veganaise Curry Garlic Aioli!!!!! This would be awesome to have!!!

  122. Lauren B. says:

    I would dump that ranch dressing on EVERYTHING followed up with some chickpea-salad sandwiches.

  123. Andrew Magee says:

    I would share them with my vegan zombie f(r)iends.

  124. Paige Blume says:

    First off, I would make a salad pizza with the ranch instead of marinara and pile a huge chef-salad-type-salad on top. I would sprinkle some mozzarella on top of course! Then, I would make a vegan lasagna using the mozz because I have yet to attempt making it and this would give me the perfect excuse to go for the gold. I’d use the veganaise to mimmick a sandwich my old roommate’s mom used to make us because I miss her. The cream cheese? Use some in frosting for a cake and save some for bagels, sandwiches, crackers, etc. Last, I’d use the heck out of that spatula in my daily cooking needs! Everybody needs a good Follow Your Heart spatula! Am I right or am I right?

  125. Marriah says:

    I would make lots of vegan pizzas, vegan potato salad, LOTS OF BAGELS AND BAKED THINGS, salads with ranch dressing, and use the spatula for all my flipping needs! Then I would share it all with my nonvegan friends so they can see how delicious being a vegan really is. :)

  126. Annie says:

    These are the reasons why I wasn’t vegan for so long: Cheese and Mayo. Foolish, ain’t I? The Follow Your Heart Cheddar Cheese was the first cheese I tried and I fell in love. Even the cream cheese and sour cream items I thought tasted BETTER than the “real” thing. Pizza, yes, I make it quite often, but I use my cheese more for lasagnas, especially this time of year. I also make a kick ass potato salad, modified by putting some seitan in it last summer, Yummmmm, and bagels-ooo, I just had one yesterday. But that cream cheese is going into either a vegan brownie or pumpkin pie torte. The mayo I love love love with ketchup and dip my homemade french fries into. Ranch will go on some salads but also as a marinate for roasted veggies, i.e. carrots, brussel sprouts and what not. Oh, crap, now I’m hungry…..

  127. Leanne says:

    I would have a get together with my family who always makes comments about me being Vegan! After they tell me how yummy and great it was I would tell them that it was not only healthy, it was Vegan! I’m sure they would be impressed and maybe even consider switching over :)

  128. GiGi says:

    These products are the staff of vegan life. I heart Follow Your Heart! Southwestern double stuffed (or do it again potatos) would include barbeque beans, and three out of the four products shredded-mozz, ranch, cream cheese, topped with guac and sprouts, served with a side of southwestern unchicken zingsa chipotle dip made from (the plain veg). I’d use the spatula to mix everything together. That is a Vegenaise spatula I spy. Or I might just do it all up over soft polenta.

  129. Megan says:

    All I can think about after seeing that box is making a pizza with vegan mozz and dipping the crust in ranch. I haven’t had ranch since my pregan days! Hmmm…

  130. Paulette says:

    Dipping sauce for chickenless “wings.”

  131. i think i am gonna put everything on a pizza! or maybe a caprese or my fave salad dressing!

  132. Susan Kelley says:

    Vegenaise is my favorite– I use it on sandwiches and as a base for lots of sauces. The moz is for grilled cheeze and quesadillas, of course. Cream cheeze adds a lovely creaminess to mac & cheeze, besides being wedded to bagels. Vegan ranch! I don’t think I’ve ever had that. Carrot sticks and Buffalo tofu, I’m thinkin’. And the spatula will definitely be used to mix cookie dough, because I love how silicone spatulas scrape every last bit of sticky dough from the bowl– more cookies!

  133. Dani says:

    Duuuude! Vegenaise is a staple in our home! I use it to make a quick 5 ingredient ranch; i had no idea FYH made their own ranch!

  134. Amberle says:

    Ooooooooo my brain is exploding with ideas at the very thought of all of these procucts! I would be the most excited about the mozzerrella which I would use mostly on tons of homemade pizzas, and I would love it for alternative grilled cheese sammies and risottos and such, yummm. The vegannaise intrigues me because I haven’t tried it before, but I’ve been ready lots of tantalizing recipes recently about it and love to know what all the fuss is over. I would use these to make food to serve to my omni friends so they can see just how amazing some substitutes can be for their fave foods that they claim they could never give up.

  135. Corrin Radd says:

    I seem to be one of the few who prefers Follow Your Heart to Daiya. I would give these products to my girlfriend who loves them all.

  136. Kayla says:

    I may be silly but I would just make a sandwich. A no frills, bread, mayo, and cheese, plus whatever the heck else I feel like, sandwich.
    It would be pretty yummy.
    After all, how can you screw up a sandwich?

  137. Sue says:

    I’m thinking I could probably combine all those products into one amazingly decadent spinach artichoke dip served up with some homemade pita crisps. I can then bring it to my non-vegan coworkers who will taste it and, once again, say, “I can’t believe this shit is vegan!”

  138. Vantine says:

    I think the only reasonable answer is to veganize my grandmother’s church cookbook from the late 70′s.

  139. Anne says:

    I’d eat Veganese on a piece of cardboard and would use all of the wonderful ingredients to make a white pizza (adding mushroom, spinach, and broccoli) as well as enjoy them all on their own. I’ve never had the Ranch and would love to try it! Thanks for the awesome giveaway :-)

    jerseygirl1351at aoldotcom

  140. Stephanie says:

    My two favorite foods require these: pizza and sandwiches!

  141. We loves us some vegenaise! It goes on all sammy’s, on some salads and sometimes in baking.
    DH is a cheese/chocoholic, so the cheese would be wolfed down on everything possible!

  142. Alyssa says:

    tofu-salad melts, pizza, my famous ranch dressing, cheesecake, seitan sandies…. the list GO ON AND ON.. I want, no I NEED this kit! Please help a broke vegan, my pantry is going empty! ;)

    xoxo

  143. I’d make something cheesy and delicious. Maybe with gravy.

  144. Michelle says:

    Lots of decked-out sammiches!

  145. Nicole says:

    I will use all the FYH goodies to make thanksgiving dinner extra creamy and delicious!!

    xo
    Nicole

  146. Nic says:

    Taco salad!

  147. Janice says:

    Sandwiches. Vegenaise makes all sandwiches taste good.

  148. Michelle says:

    Oh the options are ENDLESS! Pizza, sandwiches, eggless egg salad, bagels and cream cheese…drooling just thinking about it!

  149. Stephanie says:

    I started making the gradual transition to vegan last year for my own health. I have rheumatoid arthritis and wouldn’t you know, a vegan diet is an anti-inflammatory diet?!?! I am now 100%vegan when I cook at home and try to stick with it when I go out. The more research I do (and the better my body feels), the more I believe in being vegan. I’ve had a lot of luck making things from whole foods from scratch, but I’m dying to try vegan versions of cheese, mayo, and salad dressing! I have yet to try a vegan pizza or a vegan mac and cheese, and these products are impossible to find in my local grocery. Also, I’d really love to be able to pack a plain old grilled cheese for lunch again that’s vegan.

  150. B'klynheart says:

    Pizza, sandwiches, salads, and salad sandwich pizza! The options are endless, especially the pizza ones.

  151. celyn says:

    Bagels! Pizza! Salad! Sandwich!

  152. Alec says:

    Wow, I didn’t even know they made a vegan ranch! The first thing I’d have to try that on would be vegan hot wings. What a great addition to my ever growing vegan football watching menu

  153. Chelsey says:

    I’d give them to my wonderful roommates! One is vegan, and the other has a bunch of food allergies. I might keep some for myself, as well… I’m working on eating less dairy!

  154. Kimberly says:

    We go through Vegenaise like crazy around here….. sprout sandwiches! yum! I’ve never seen the ranch.. can’t wait to try that! Cheese for pizza! … cream cheese for a delicious frosting… :)

  155. Tori says:

    I would use these products to make lots of dishes, including mock tuna salad, pizza, salad, and veggies to name a few. They would definitely help to bring the 2 vegans and 2 omnis of the house together for a meal.

  156. Jen Gamache says:

    With the Vegan Gourmet Mozzarella, I would make flatbread pizza with red sauce and fresh basil and oregano, baked in a hot oven.
    With the Vegan Gourmet Cream Cheese, I would make strawberry-blueberry cheesecake (using the spatula) in a graham cracker crust.
    With the Vegenaise, I would make my special curry sauce and serve it over grilled tempeh, peppers and onions.
    With the Vegan Ranch dressing, I would make sweet potato fries and dip them in.
    YUM!

  157. Anna says:

    whoa….i’d make a million things–cheesecake, to start?

  158. katie says:

    i would use it on bagels,pizza,sandwiches,salads,vegan “egg” salad, pizza and i would use the spatuala! yummy im hungry now. Thanks for the great giveaways by the way, i love them!

  159. Candy says:

    PIZZA!!!!! i can use them for sandwiches and loads of other yummy items!

  160. Christy Piwowarczyk says:

    I’d love to use the ranch dressing with the veganaise to make a delicious dip! I

  161. Sara says:

    Eaten with loads o’ veggies. And a pizza of course, for the cheese.

  162. Z.Grimm says:

    OMG. I saw “Vegan Ranch” in the box and actually belted out an “EEK!” I love Ranch! Everything is better with Ranch! I’d probably dig into something simple, like a salad. Simple works just fine for me!

  163. Gary Forbes says:

    My girlfriend made me enter.
    I want Veganaise all over my body.

  164. Jenn says:

    Although I’ve sworn off homemade bagels forever, I would break that for some vegan cream cheese. Stuffed jalapeno poppers maybe, with the mozzarella and ranch?

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