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Cheese Blend Tip

... I especially like to add it to casseroles and hot dishes. Adding this cheese blend to a plain white sauce recipe makes a great sauce for anything: vegetables, baked potatoes, etc...
T Marshall, Texas

8 thoughts on “Cheese Blend Tip”

  • dkandare

    I have to do an enrichment meeting on the food portion of 72-hr backpack kits and the last time I did this we used unused cardboard milk cartons filled with tuna, slim jims, cocoa, mints, etc and sealed with duct tape and hot wax! I'd like to modernize with better food and more efficient storage containers and techniques!

  • Laura D.

    My kids have discovered a great new way to use the powdered cheese. They mix it up with hot water so that it is fairly thick, add a couple tablespoons of salsa, and enjoy nachos any time they feel like it. Simple enough even my 9 year old can do it on her own.


    I have always like potato soup. Now I add the powdered cheese for a cheesey potato soup. My new favorite soup.

  • John Thomas Rourke's Rolex
    John Thomas Rourke's Rolex June 4, 2009 at 10:59 am

    My Y2K Shephard's Pie recipie:Mix up about a 1/2 cup of powdered cheese into a thick cheese sauce. Mix that into mashed potatos. Line a bread pan with this, saving about 1/4 of it. fill it with Hereford's canned roast beef (use all the juice/gravy), canned sweet peas w/ pearl onions, canned mushrooms, then spread the remaining cheesy potato mix on top. Mix up about a 1/8 cup more of the thick powdered cheese sauce and drizzle it on top. Bake at about 350 until you think it is done.

  • Emergency Essentials®

    We're getting hungry around here. Thanks for the great Cheese Blend ideas. We love this stuff!

  • Scott

    Add some cheese blend powder to freshly popped popcorn and you will have an incredible treat! Delicious!

  • Grant

    Scott, that sounds really good. I'm going to give that a try when I get home. Thanks for the tip!

  • Grant

    We just had the popcorn with the cheese blend. Excellent!

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