Cheddar Cheese Powder and dried cheeses are perfect for boosting flavor in sauces, as a topping for baked potatoes, or baked into breads. Cheddar Cheese Powder is also nice as a seasoning for snacks. Cheddar powder may be rehydrated into a sauce by adding warm water. Vary the water amount to control sauce thickness.
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By: Marilyn E. Moore - Peabody, MA Mar 1, 2012
I'm very pleased with all the herbs, spices and cheese powder, as I have always been in the past - thank you for providing some with NO SALT added
By: Robert B. Walker - Soquel, CA May 14, 2012
I like to top my popcorn with this cheddar cheese powder and add some to macaroni & cheese.
Great for Popcorn
By: Shannan - Rolling Meadows, IL Jul 10, 2012
We're repeat customers of this particular cheddar cheese powder. We use it to make the best popcorn, spraying the popcorn first and adding the cheese. It's not too salty, so you can add more without overdoing it and making the popcorn inedible, like what happens with some grocery store cheese powders. I also like to add it to dishes that need a little fat and flavor added to the sauce. It's also great as a treat on veggies once in a while, made as a sauce.
Cheddar Cheese Powder
By: Frank Delia - Washington, IL Dec 4, 2012
I used the powder on popcorn and it tasted very good, because it was pure cheese with not salt added.
By: Rae-Rae - Sacramento, CA Oct 16, 2013
Being a cheese connoisseur, I can tell you that this cheese powder is BY FAR THE BEST out there. I have been ordering it for years and use it on popcorn and anything else I can find. It is pure cheese, no fillers. I have tried many other brands and versions and not one can compare to this. Most others contain fillers that cause the "cheese" to burn when cooking it, or tastes like salt with a little cheese flavor. Not this stuff, IT IS THE BEST!
By: EHess - Cincinnati, OH Dec 19, 2013
I bought the white cheddar powder initially as a topping for popcorn, but have found that a tablespoon or two adds body, flavor, and richness to soups and sauces. The best thing about it is that it tastes like cheddar cheese! (not salt)