“You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”
Romans 5:6‭-‬8 NIV


I’m not vegan (yet) but as someone who is lactose intolerant I definitely miss mac and cheese.

I’m trying out new recipes for all my favorite dishes and this is by far my favorite!

If you’re vegan or lactose intolerant like me I recommend this recipe. It obviously won’t taste like grandma’s but it is definitely delicious, yummy, cheesy, savory, and even nonvegans/cheese-lovers love it!!!

(If you’re wondering why this recipe has a sweet potato & potato in it, it adds to the texture and is not detectable at all – you can use butternut squash or carrots in place of the sweet potato if you’d like!)

Preheat oven to 350°

• 1 box of Macaroni noodles
• 1 stick of (Vegan) Butter
• Unsweetened Almond Milk
• Nutritional Yeast
• Daiya Vegan Chedder Cheese
• Vegan Mayo (yes, trust me!)
• 1 Red Potato & 1 Sweet Potato (optional)

• Adobo
• Paprika
• Dried Minced Onion
• Onion Powder
• Garlic Powder
• Pepper
• A1 Sauce


  1. Boil Macaroni noodles (add favorite seasonings to water for taste)
  2. Boil Potato and Sweet Potato
    (with added Adobo seasoning in water)
  3. Assemble cheese sauce:
    • Add 1 stick of butter to large pan on low heat.
    • After the butter is halfway melted add about 1/4 cup of almond milk, 1 + 1/2 cup of nutritional yeast, small splash of A1 sauce, and 2 spoonfuls of vegan mayo.
    • Add all seasonings listed above (as much as you’d like)
    • Turn to medium-high heat and add about 6-7 slices of the daiya chedder cheese (can use shreds/cubes if on hand)
  4. Blend the boil potato and sweet potato, 1 spoonful of vegan mayo, and about 1/3 cup of the boiled water
  5. Add the potato blend to cheese sauce
  6. Add noodles to sauce

(You can stop here or keep going for baked mac)

  1. Top with paprika and some thin slices of butter
  2. Place into over if you’d like for 10-15 minutes!


I was literally just feeling so defeated and that God led me into prayer. Turn to God in your bad times and He will turn it around

Our God knows our struggles. He is such a GREAT God. I love you Lord!

Her ways are pleasant ways, and all her paths are peace.
Proverbs 3:17 NIV



By: Tiara Hall

(This recipe is great for those of us who are lactose intolerant or if you are trying plant based comfort foods ♡)

• Heat Oven to 375°
• Use a large pan, and place your sauce fully over the bottom.
• Fill the shells after they are fully cooked and soaked for a few minutes in cold water, add a spoonful of the meat mix and then a spoonful ricotta mix, fill to top.
• Place shells in pan over sauce and then ask extra sauce to top.
• Bake for 30-35 minutes, or to your liking.
• Add extra sauce if you would like and your done!

• Prep time – 35 minutes
• Bake time – 35 minutes
• Total time – 70 minutes


Vegan Ricotta:
Blend or Stir extra firm tofu, about a cup of nutritional yeast, splash of lemon juice, 3/4 cup of water, and some dried parsley. You can add other seasonings if you’d like, you also cannot taste the lemon juice. (It tastes so good, when it is cooked it literally taste like ricotta cheese, not kidding, scouts honor 🙂 )

Vegan Meat: 
Gardein Crumbles cooked in olive oil with chopped spring, green onions, and garlic.
Add seasonings (I used Adobo, dried Thyme, Season Salt, a tiny dose of dried Rosemary, Minced Onion and Roasted Garlic Powder)

Regular Jumbo Shell Pasta, cooked for 10 minutes. For extra flavor add a packet or 2 of Washington’s seasoning (found at Giant, perfect for greens too!)
After shells are cooked, drain them and put them in cool water for about 5-10 minutes 🙂

Warm in a medium sized pot an entire can of Franseco Renaldi or any other pasta sauce (I add thyme, a little brown sugar, and paprika)


Prayer to be saved.
Dear Lord, I come to you right now before we start this prayer asking that you remove all unforgiveness in my heart for I surrender it all to you. God, I pray to you right now asking for the forgiveness of my sins. Lord, I have committed so many sins, experienced so much heartbreak, and have given birth to so much pain. I feel like a burden, Lord Jesus, but as I read your word I know that you see me as righteous through the eyes of Jesus. So I come to you right now, accepting Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior for by his stripes I am now healed. I ask that you protect me Father, heal me Father, and love me, Father, as only you can. Enter my heart, Oh God, and remove the sins of my past, make me new again Father for I repent of my sins and accept Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. I am ready for a change and transformation in my life done by you Father. Protect me, Jesus Christ, for only you can heal, only you can save, and only you can be King, sitteth on the right hand of God, the Father Almighty. Thank you Lord for forgiveness, I am now clean and renewed in Jesus’s Name. Amen.


Dear Lord,
I come before You humbly thanking You for today. May You make my path straight in Your direction, guiding me closer and closer to You. I pray for Your grace to be sufficient for me and for Your blessings to be abundant. Most importantly God I pray to please You with my faith and works, and that I honor You in all that I do. May the blood of Jesus be over my life, protecting me and declaring me righteous in Jesus name. Lord I pray this to You. Amen.
– Tiara words to God

All Things Are Possible

The Bible reminds us that Our Lord and Savior says all things are possible with God. For the New Testament tells us “Jesus looked at them intently and said, “Humanly speaking, it is impossible. But not with God. Everything is possible with God.” (Mark 10:27, NLT)
Even in times of racial injustice, a pandemic, and despair, God is STILL GOOD!

He is a GOOD GOD! With Him ALL things are possible, even the things that seem humanly impossible. It all works out for HIS WILL which in return works out for OUR GOOD!

Know that God has a plan for you (Jeremiah 29:11), plans for good hope, and a future, when you follow Jesus. Remember that, He has a plan for you, it’s working out for your good, and He is holding you up with His victorious right hand.

You cannot fail with God.
Don’t worry.
He’s got you.