Monday, November 17, 2008

Laughing Cow Cheese: Product Review

Have you tried Laughing Cow cheese? These little triangular cheese wedges come 8 to a package and are spreadable. The 'light' variety has only 35 calories per wedge. I use one for a low calorie snack with some Ritz Toasted Chips.

Laughing Cow cheese makes a great substitute for mayonnaise too! Just spread on a whole wheat bun and top with ham or roast beef, pop in the microwave for a few seconds, and you have a warm sandwich for not too many calories. For more information on Laughing Cow and other products, click here.

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30 comments:

Darlene said...

I have never tried that but it sounds yummy and delicious!!!

LADY JANES' EMPORIUM said...

I love laughing cow! Yum!

Smilingsal said...

I've eaten it before. Have a good day, Diane.

Picket said...

Morning Diane...I have never tried that before...I can't promise I'd go as far as giving up my mayonnaise but I'd give it a try on a cracker! lol I'll try to get to the tag as soon as I can girl..thanks so much...have a great day!

MizSmoochieLips said...

Well! I've seen this at the store but never knew what to do with it! Now I know :)

Marilyn said...

Hi Diane. Thanks for the comment you left on my blog. I love your blog. Your grandsons are adorable. I look forward to your blog each day. Marilyn

Jeanne said...

Good morning Diane, Yes I have eaten Laughing Cow cheese many times. It is a snack I allow myself on occasion.
It is really good and sometimes I can't find it at the grocery store, so others must like it too.

Can't wait to see your 50 cent bargain. I have one for 75 cents that I will post tomorrow. Can't wait.

Hugs...Jeanne

Bo said...

Morning Diane...Thanks for reminding me about these little nuggets of bliss...they are divine. Please include me in your Trash to Treasure Tuesday...see ya then. ;-) Bo

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I haven't tried this cheese, Diane, but if it's lo-cal I might. I need to be thinking lo-cal right now since I packed on some extra pounds this summer. Yikes!

And I'm getting all ready for your T to T Tuesday. Can't wait. I have to get the picture ready so I can link up to you. And THEN I have to figure out Mr. Linky. That could be a challenge. ;-)

Happy Monday,

Sheila

Lorrie said...

I love Laughing Cow cheeses Diane. They make great snacks. Wonder who thought up that name--it's always given me a smile.

Mom2my9 said...

I totally love the laughing cow cheese! I love it too much!

Joanna said...

I love that cheese!!

Dawn said...

I love laughing cow cheese on crackers. My favorite is the french onion. Yum. Now I want some LOL!

take care,
Dawn

Carla said...

I'm going to try this some time, thanks for the review:)

Grammy said...

I have never tried this.

Jules from "The Roost" said...

I love it! :)

beth at aunties said...

I first enjoyed these wonderful & delightful cheeses on a flight with Delta when they still fed you:)

I am with Dawn I also like the french onion! YUMMY! I also like the calorie count.

Steve Buser said...

This is a great recommendation. I will definitely see if I can find it here.

Shelia said...

Afternoon, Diane! Oh, I've eaten the little chees triangles, but didn't know about this other stuff. Yummy, I'm hungry now.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

Southern Lady said...

I've never tried the Laughing Cow Cheese, but will definitely look for it in our new Kroger's store.

I'm looking forward to Trash to Treasure Tuesday again, and can't wait to see your 50 cent treasure!

Alex said...

I've heard of the laughing cow cheese from the silly commercials that make me laugh..like the book club one...but I've not ever tried it yet. I just might have to! :)

PS I posted my Hat Diva pictures...heeeheee

High-Heels And A Sippy-Cup said...

I love Laughing Cow cheese! I like to spread a little on a celery stick for a yummy snack. I like the idea of using it for a sandwich spread!

Sandy Toes said...

Those dips look great!
-sandy toes

Rue said...

Hi Diane :)

That post of Connor getting his haircut broke my heart! :( Poor thing, but it looks like he survived LOL I wouldn't be taking his brother in any time soon either!

Oh and I love cheese, so this sounds great to me :)

rue

Grandma Faith said...

I love laughing cow cheese, too.

Gretchen said...

I haven't tried that cheese but I have seen the commercials and wondered if it would be good. I'm always looking for light snacks and that sounds like a good one.

Gretchen

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

I love Laughing Cow cheese and I love how it is in little triangular single serve packaging!

Picket said...

Hey gril...I am so sorry I am just now answering your question about the cornmeal thing...I only use the yelllow corn meal for this recipe only..all my other cornbread that we eat is made with the Martha White Buttermilk packages...yea...it's true..I love it! lol But I just like the way this yellow is coarser and seems to obsorb better (lordy..sounds like I am talking about a paper towel!) lol But I ma sure it would be fine with white corm meal and I use to make one with the white and use poultry seasoning...the main thing is just the campbells soup mixes and chicken broth with your onions & celery...just play and tweak it girl...but like I always tell anybody...we all have our favorite way of cooking things for holidays and that is the most important thing...do what you family remembers and grew up with and has loved all their life..sometimes it is not the fact that the food even taste great ...it is the fact of the memory that we hold so dear in our hearts that makes everything wonderful...it is just glorious to be alive and together with our loved ones! Have a great week sweetie!

ann said...

I'M NOT SURE I'M IN THE RIGHT PLACE.I WILL TRY TO LEAVE YOU AN E-MAIL TOO.I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN YOU ON MONDAYS FOR TRASH TO TREASURE....ANN .P.S. I LEFT MY BLOG ADDY IN THE BOX...

Heather said...

thanks for reviewing this cheese! i've seen it in the stores but never tried it. i think i'm going to pick some up and try it now!