Kraft Easy Cheese Cheddar Flavor is one of those non-perishable snacks that are great for when there is a power outage or you are on a long road trip.
My teenagers have always loved the Easy Cheese spread. I was curious to find out about the nutritional and dietary information so I decided to review the Kraft Easy Cheese Cheddar Flavor. It comes in an 8 ounce can with a yellow cap that comes off easily and a thin white spout that you press to the side to get the cheese flowing.
Kraft Easy Cheese Cheddar Flavor does go well with so many different kinds of crackers including Wheat Thins Flatbread, Town House Flatbread, Mary’s Gone Crackers, or Ezekiel sprouted grain tortillas made into chips.
The product is also available in cheddar n’ bacon, American flavor and sharp cheddar flavor. I purchased the Kraft Easy Cheese from Publix Grocery store.
Here’s what I learned about the Kraft Easy Cheese cheddar flavor from my review:
No. 1: Kraft Easy Cheese Cheddar Flavor calories: It’s hard to judge how much you are having since you don’t usually measure the squeezable cheese. But, two tablespoons contains 90 calories.
No. 2: Kraft Easy Cheese Cheddar Flavor fat: One serving has 6 grams of fat. There are seven servings in a container.
No. 3: Kraft Easy Cheese Cheddar Flavor nutritional facts: It contains 15 mg cholesterol, 430 mg sodium, no fiber, 2 grams of sugar, 4 grams of protein. It also has 8 percent Vitamin A, 20 percent calcium, which surprised me.
No. 4: Kraft Easy Cheese Cheddar Flavor ingredients: the product contains whey, cheddar cheese, canola oil, milk, salt, enzymes and cheese culture and other ingredients.
No. 5: Kraft Easy Cheese Cheddar Flavor is a product of Kraft Foods Global based in Northfield, Illinois. For more information visit their website at www.kraftfoods.com.
Kraft Easy Cheese Cheddar Flavor does not need to be refrigerated even after it’s opened. It’s certainly a fun food product for teens and does provide some calcium.
For taste, I give the Kraft Easy Cheese Cheddar Flavor 4.5 out of 5 stars. It’s fun for adults as well as kids! After making a few crackers, I felt like I was a college student living in a dorm again.
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