Reddit Reddit reviews Hoosier Hill Farm Cheddar Cheez Powder, 1 Pound

We found 10 Reddit comments about Hoosier Hill Farm Cheddar Cheez Powder, 1 Pound. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Hoosier Hill Farm Cheddar Cheez Powder, 1 Pound
1 lb. Cheddar Cheez powder in plastic jarPerfect for sprinkling on popcorn, pretzels or any snack you desireCheddar Cheez powder is also useful for baked potatoes, pastas and salads.Cheddar Cheez powder will add the delicious taste of cheddar to your snacks.Hoosier Hill Farm Brand
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10 Reddit comments about Hoosier Hill Farm Cheddar Cheez Powder, 1 Pound:

u/waterproofpie · 17 pointsr/shittyfoodporn

dude--wanna take it to a new level? invest in some cheddar powder. me and my boyfriend do this on our sloppiest of nights:

u/scoutazmi · 6 pointsr/AskWomen

this amazing cheese powder!

it tastes exactly like the cheese powder from Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. Except better. I dump it all over popcorn and I could cry it's so delicious. I might have a sodium addiction.

u/genericlabstudent · 4 pointsr/1200isplenty

The price per serving of rotini was $2.00 (not including shipping costs), and the cheez would be $0.66. I used Fairlife milk, but regular skim milk would be $0.03, and the spread would be $0.08.

So the total is $2.79/serving, with the majority of the price coming from the the pasta. To put that into perspective, the price of a 5 pack of Kraft mac and cheese is like $4.75.

The pasta is $8/bag, cheez is $12/lb, milk is $3.50/gallon, and the spread is $2.50/15oz tub. It would take $26 to acquire the ingredients to make this recipe.

u/nein_danke · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

Exactly. This is the one you want.

u/freythman · 3 pointsr/Frugal

Shouldn't be too difficult.

u/asdjfweaiv · 3 pointsr/slackerrecipes

Actually, I've tried that, and it works pretty damn good!

u/Dr_Dust · 1 pointr/shittyfoodporn

I came across this at the suggestion of another redditor awhile back. It's literally the closest thing to Kraft Mac and cheese powder you can get. You can mix it into anything to cheese it up, or you can make the cheese sauce itself with a couple tablespoons of butter or margarine and a quarter cup of milk. It seriously jazzes up dishes that need cheese. A tub lasts forever as well, like seriously I'd be surprised if you went through a one pound jug in six months. Props to whoever suggested it to me.

u/Thetravelingboy · 0 pointsr/food