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Hooked on Cheese: Champagne-Worthy Cheeses for the New Year

Hooked on Cheese: Champagne-Worthy Cheeses for the New Year

These cheeses pair perfectly with a glass of bubbly

Champagne pairs well with rich, creamy cheeses.

I feel the same way about New Year’s Eve as I do about birthdays: meh. But – and this is a big but – I love Champagne. So on the 31st I’m sure I’ll find myself celebrating with a small group of friends. They’ll be responsible for bringing the Champagne; I’ll supply the cheese.

Champagne is one of the best wine matches for many varieties of cheese, but especially for rich, creamy cheeses. The bubbles and acidity of Champagne or Champagne-style wine contrast extremely well with triple-creams and soft-ripened cheeses. The bubbles wash the residue of the fatty cheese from your taste buds and the acidity keeps your palate refreshed.

To this year’s New Year’s celebration, I’ll be bringing a Truffle Tremor Mini from Cypress Grove Chevre, located in Humboldt County, CA. Truffle Tremor is a beautiful goat’s milk cheese flecked with Italian black summer truffles. The TT Mini is a small-format version (weighing about a pound), which is perfect for a small gathering. It’s an elegant cheese that goes well with buttery, young champagne.

I will also bring a piece of my new favorite triple-cream, the St. Stephen from Four Fat Fowl in Hudson Valley, NY. This cheese is all that a triple cream should be: creamy, rich, luscious, sweet and very buttery. Put a thin wedge on a slice of ripe pear and wash it down with a glass of medium-aged vintage champagne and you’ll have all the reason you need to celebrate New Year’s.

My last cheese will be the Tunworth (featured in this party platter video), from Hampshire Cheeses in Hampshire, England. It tastes like a raw milk camembert but in fact is made from pasteurized cow’s milk. Its flavor is deep and rich with hints of toasted grain. The velvety texture is amazing. For this stunning cheese, I won’t leave the champagne pairing to chance – I’m bringing my all-time favorite sparkling wine: a magnum of Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé. It’s a pale pink wine, with super tight, abundant bubbles; it smells of fresh, perfectly ripe pear. This decadent wine-and-cheese pairing is astonishingly good! I’ll never be able to drink enough of this champagne or eat enough of this cheese…which makes it the pairing perfect for ringing in the New Year.


Frigo Cheese Head String Cheese – Great for snacking & for recipes

To the person who invented string cheese – THANK YOU! I love string cheese. Years ago when string cheeses first came on the market I would purchase them for my kids to add into their school lunches, or give them for snacks. Once I tried them for myself I was hooked on them. String cheeses are not just for kids. Even my husband enjoys them.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy string cheese, such as America’s Favorite String Cheese, Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese, is as a snack. A cheese stick and a Granny Smith apple is one of my favorite “go-to” snack options. The sweet, juicy apple combined with the creamy cheese, goes so well together. That is why a lot of times when you see a cheese platter there is almost always some fruit available too. Cheese and fruits go great together.

I like eating one along side applesauce too.

Something you would not associate with string cheese is soup. I love to take Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese (or the regular Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese) and cut it up into small slices and sprinkle them on top of tomato soup. The cheese doesn’t really melt but it gets soft and creamy which I like, especially paired up with the hot tomato soup. Mmm… I could go for that right now!

I did try to bread them once to make mozzarella sticks to dunk into marinara sauce, like the kind of appetizer you get at a restaurant. Unfortunately the bread crumbs didn’t stick to them, however my kids, and myself, still love to dunk them in warmed marinara sauce. It’s almost like a mozzarella stick but without the breading.

If you carefully slice one in half you can put it along side a hot dog in the bun and have a cheesy hot dog. I’ve done that too.

There are other yummy recipes you can try with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses. Check them out on their Pinterest page.

Did you know that Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses are not only delicious, but nutritious too? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese products are 100% natural, with no added preservatives. They’re packed with nutrients and all varieties contain less than 100 calories – the light string variety has only 60 calories! Other nutritional benefits include:

Plus, the new Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese has 20% more Vitamin D and 16% more Vitamin A than regular string cheese.

I’ve tried both the regular and lite varieties and I honestly don’t see much of a difference. For an extra 40 calorie savings I’ll always grab for a package of the lite cheese when available.

I love that each stick is individually wrapped. They are a great on-the-go snack. They are the perfect addition to any school, or work, lunch. Kids love them. They don’t see them as a healthier-for-you snack option. They just see them as a yummy treat.

My kids can tear through a whole package in a matter of days! They really love them.

Frigo has over 30 different varieties so you are sure to find something that your whole family likes. Some of the varieties include

Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Swirls® Cheese

There are even a Frigo® Cheese Heads® Cheese Variety Packs. My local grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the variety pack. I wish they did.

Speaking of grocery stores, have you seen their new bold packaging? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses can be found in your grocer’s dairy case. Be sure to be on the look out for their new trial size varieties. These six-count packages are available in three popular varieties (Original, Light and Reduced Fat Colby Jack Sticks) and are ideal for small households.

For more information please visit www.FrigoCheeseHeads.com. They currently have a sweepstakes on their site where five lucky people will win a year’s supply of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese. You’ll find it under the “Promotions” tab.

You can also “like” them on Facebook for recipe ideas, contests, product information and more.

Do YOU have a favorite variety of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? What is your favorite way to enjoy string cheeses? Do you have a special recipe or snack that you like to make with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post and tell me more about it.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. I have purchased some of the products on my own prior to this review. There was no compensation. The opininos expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.


Frigo Cheese Head String Cheese – Great for snacking & for recipes

To the person who invented string cheese – THANK YOU! I love string cheese. Years ago when string cheeses first came on the market I would purchase them for my kids to add into their school lunches, or give them for snacks. Once I tried them for myself I was hooked on them. String cheeses are not just for kids. Even my husband enjoys them.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy string cheese, such as America’s Favorite String Cheese, Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese, is as a snack. A cheese stick and a Granny Smith apple is one of my favorite “go-to” snack options. The sweet, juicy apple combined with the creamy cheese, goes so well together. That is why a lot of times when you see a cheese platter there is almost always some fruit available too. Cheese and fruits go great together.

I like eating one along side applesauce too.

Something you would not associate with string cheese is soup. I love to take Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese (or the regular Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese) and cut it up into small slices and sprinkle them on top of tomato soup. The cheese doesn’t really melt but it gets soft and creamy which I like, especially paired up with the hot tomato soup. Mmm… I could go for that right now!

I did try to bread them once to make mozzarella sticks to dunk into marinara sauce, like the kind of appetizer you get at a restaurant. Unfortunately the bread crumbs didn’t stick to them, however my kids, and myself, still love to dunk them in warmed marinara sauce. It’s almost like a mozzarella stick but without the breading.

If you carefully slice one in half you can put it along side a hot dog in the bun and have a cheesy hot dog. I’ve done that too.

There are other yummy recipes you can try with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses. Check them out on their Pinterest page.

Did you know that Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses are not only delicious, but nutritious too? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese products are 100% natural, with no added preservatives. They’re packed with nutrients and all varieties contain less than 100 calories – the light string variety has only 60 calories! Other nutritional benefits include:

Plus, the new Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese has 20% more Vitamin D and 16% more Vitamin A than regular string cheese.

I’ve tried both the regular and lite varieties and I honestly don’t see much of a difference. For an extra 40 calorie savings I’ll always grab for a package of the lite cheese when available.

I love that each stick is individually wrapped. They are a great on-the-go snack. They are the perfect addition to any school, or work, lunch. Kids love them. They don’t see them as a healthier-for-you snack option. They just see them as a yummy treat.

My kids can tear through a whole package in a matter of days! They really love them.

Frigo has over 30 different varieties so you are sure to find something that your whole family likes. Some of the varieties include

Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Swirls® Cheese

There are even a Frigo® Cheese Heads® Cheese Variety Packs. My local grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the variety pack. I wish they did.

Speaking of grocery stores, have you seen their new bold packaging? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses can be found in your grocer’s dairy case. Be sure to be on the look out for their new trial size varieties. These six-count packages are available in three popular varieties (Original, Light and Reduced Fat Colby Jack Sticks) and are ideal for small households.

For more information please visit www.FrigoCheeseHeads.com. They currently have a sweepstakes on their site where five lucky people will win a year’s supply of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese. You’ll find it under the “Promotions” tab.

You can also “like” them on Facebook for recipe ideas, contests, product information and more.

Do YOU have a favorite variety of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? What is your favorite way to enjoy string cheeses? Do you have a special recipe or snack that you like to make with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post and tell me more about it.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. I have purchased some of the products on my own prior to this review. There was no compensation. The opininos expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.


Frigo Cheese Head String Cheese – Great for snacking & for recipes

To the person who invented string cheese – THANK YOU! I love string cheese. Years ago when string cheeses first came on the market I would purchase them for my kids to add into their school lunches, or give them for snacks. Once I tried them for myself I was hooked on them. String cheeses are not just for kids. Even my husband enjoys them.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy string cheese, such as America’s Favorite String Cheese, Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese, is as a snack. A cheese stick and a Granny Smith apple is one of my favorite “go-to” snack options. The sweet, juicy apple combined with the creamy cheese, goes so well together. That is why a lot of times when you see a cheese platter there is almost always some fruit available too. Cheese and fruits go great together.

I like eating one along side applesauce too.

Something you would not associate with string cheese is soup. I love to take Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese (or the regular Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese) and cut it up into small slices and sprinkle them on top of tomato soup. The cheese doesn’t really melt but it gets soft and creamy which I like, especially paired up with the hot tomato soup. Mmm… I could go for that right now!

I did try to bread them once to make mozzarella sticks to dunk into marinara sauce, like the kind of appetizer you get at a restaurant. Unfortunately the bread crumbs didn’t stick to them, however my kids, and myself, still love to dunk them in warmed marinara sauce. It’s almost like a mozzarella stick but without the breading.

If you carefully slice one in half you can put it along side a hot dog in the bun and have a cheesy hot dog. I’ve done that too.

There are other yummy recipes you can try with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses. Check them out on their Pinterest page.

Did you know that Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses are not only delicious, but nutritious too? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese products are 100% natural, with no added preservatives. They’re packed with nutrients and all varieties contain less than 100 calories – the light string variety has only 60 calories! Other nutritional benefits include:

Plus, the new Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese has 20% more Vitamin D and 16% more Vitamin A than regular string cheese.

I’ve tried both the regular and lite varieties and I honestly don’t see much of a difference. For an extra 40 calorie savings I’ll always grab for a package of the lite cheese when available.

I love that each stick is individually wrapped. They are a great on-the-go snack. They are the perfect addition to any school, or work, lunch. Kids love them. They don’t see them as a healthier-for-you snack option. They just see them as a yummy treat.

My kids can tear through a whole package in a matter of days! They really love them.

Frigo has over 30 different varieties so you are sure to find something that your whole family likes. Some of the varieties include

Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Swirls® Cheese

There are even a Frigo® Cheese Heads® Cheese Variety Packs. My local grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the variety pack. I wish they did.

Speaking of grocery stores, have you seen their new bold packaging? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses can be found in your grocer’s dairy case. Be sure to be on the look out for their new trial size varieties. These six-count packages are available in three popular varieties (Original, Light and Reduced Fat Colby Jack Sticks) and are ideal for small households.

For more information please visit www.FrigoCheeseHeads.com. They currently have a sweepstakes on their site where five lucky people will win a year’s supply of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese. You’ll find it under the “Promotions” tab.

You can also “like” them on Facebook for recipe ideas, contests, product information and more.

Do YOU have a favorite variety of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? What is your favorite way to enjoy string cheeses? Do you have a special recipe or snack that you like to make with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post and tell me more about it.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. I have purchased some of the products on my own prior to this review. There was no compensation. The opininos expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.


Frigo Cheese Head String Cheese – Great for snacking & for recipes

To the person who invented string cheese – THANK YOU! I love string cheese. Years ago when string cheeses first came on the market I would purchase them for my kids to add into their school lunches, or give them for snacks. Once I tried them for myself I was hooked on them. String cheeses are not just for kids. Even my husband enjoys them.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy string cheese, such as America’s Favorite String Cheese, Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese, is as a snack. A cheese stick and a Granny Smith apple is one of my favorite “go-to” snack options. The sweet, juicy apple combined with the creamy cheese, goes so well together. That is why a lot of times when you see a cheese platter there is almost always some fruit available too. Cheese and fruits go great together.

I like eating one along side applesauce too.

Something you would not associate with string cheese is soup. I love to take Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese (or the regular Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese) and cut it up into small slices and sprinkle them on top of tomato soup. The cheese doesn’t really melt but it gets soft and creamy which I like, especially paired up with the hot tomato soup. Mmm… I could go for that right now!

I did try to bread them once to make mozzarella sticks to dunk into marinara sauce, like the kind of appetizer you get at a restaurant. Unfortunately the bread crumbs didn’t stick to them, however my kids, and myself, still love to dunk them in warmed marinara sauce. It’s almost like a mozzarella stick but without the breading.

If you carefully slice one in half you can put it along side a hot dog in the bun and have a cheesy hot dog. I’ve done that too.

There are other yummy recipes you can try with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses. Check them out on their Pinterest page.

Did you know that Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses are not only delicious, but nutritious too? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese products are 100% natural, with no added preservatives. They’re packed with nutrients and all varieties contain less than 100 calories – the light string variety has only 60 calories! Other nutritional benefits include:

Plus, the new Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese has 20% more Vitamin D and 16% more Vitamin A than regular string cheese.

I’ve tried both the regular and lite varieties and I honestly don’t see much of a difference. For an extra 40 calorie savings I’ll always grab for a package of the lite cheese when available.

I love that each stick is individually wrapped. They are a great on-the-go snack. They are the perfect addition to any school, or work, lunch. Kids love them. They don’t see them as a healthier-for-you snack option. They just see them as a yummy treat.

My kids can tear through a whole package in a matter of days! They really love them.

Frigo has over 30 different varieties so you are sure to find something that your whole family likes. Some of the varieties include

Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Swirls® Cheese

There are even a Frigo® Cheese Heads® Cheese Variety Packs. My local grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the variety pack. I wish they did.

Speaking of grocery stores, have you seen their new bold packaging? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses can be found in your grocer’s dairy case. Be sure to be on the look out for their new trial size varieties. These six-count packages are available in three popular varieties (Original, Light and Reduced Fat Colby Jack Sticks) and are ideal for small households.

For more information please visit www.FrigoCheeseHeads.com. They currently have a sweepstakes on their site where five lucky people will win a year’s supply of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese. You’ll find it under the “Promotions” tab.

You can also “like” them on Facebook for recipe ideas, contests, product information and more.

Do YOU have a favorite variety of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? What is your favorite way to enjoy string cheeses? Do you have a special recipe or snack that you like to make with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post and tell me more about it.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. I have purchased some of the products on my own prior to this review. There was no compensation. The opininos expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.


Frigo Cheese Head String Cheese – Great for snacking & for recipes

To the person who invented string cheese – THANK YOU! I love string cheese. Years ago when string cheeses first came on the market I would purchase them for my kids to add into their school lunches, or give them for snacks. Once I tried them for myself I was hooked on them. String cheeses are not just for kids. Even my husband enjoys them.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy string cheese, such as America’s Favorite String Cheese, Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese, is as a snack. A cheese stick and a Granny Smith apple is one of my favorite “go-to” snack options. The sweet, juicy apple combined with the creamy cheese, goes so well together. That is why a lot of times when you see a cheese platter there is almost always some fruit available too. Cheese and fruits go great together.

I like eating one along side applesauce too.

Something you would not associate with string cheese is soup. I love to take Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese (or the regular Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese) and cut it up into small slices and sprinkle them on top of tomato soup. The cheese doesn’t really melt but it gets soft and creamy which I like, especially paired up with the hot tomato soup. Mmm… I could go for that right now!

I did try to bread them once to make mozzarella sticks to dunk into marinara sauce, like the kind of appetizer you get at a restaurant. Unfortunately the bread crumbs didn’t stick to them, however my kids, and myself, still love to dunk them in warmed marinara sauce. It’s almost like a mozzarella stick but without the breading.

If you carefully slice one in half you can put it along side a hot dog in the bun and have a cheesy hot dog. I’ve done that too.

There are other yummy recipes you can try with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses. Check them out on their Pinterest page.

Did you know that Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses are not only delicious, but nutritious too? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese products are 100% natural, with no added preservatives. They’re packed with nutrients and all varieties contain less than 100 calories – the light string variety has only 60 calories! Other nutritional benefits include:

Plus, the new Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese has 20% more Vitamin D and 16% more Vitamin A than regular string cheese.

I’ve tried both the regular and lite varieties and I honestly don’t see much of a difference. For an extra 40 calorie savings I’ll always grab for a package of the lite cheese when available.

I love that each stick is individually wrapped. They are a great on-the-go snack. They are the perfect addition to any school, or work, lunch. Kids love them. They don’t see them as a healthier-for-you snack option. They just see them as a yummy treat.

My kids can tear through a whole package in a matter of days! They really love them.

Frigo has over 30 different varieties so you are sure to find something that your whole family likes. Some of the varieties include

Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Swirls® Cheese

There are even a Frigo® Cheese Heads® Cheese Variety Packs. My local grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the variety pack. I wish they did.

Speaking of grocery stores, have you seen their new bold packaging? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses can be found in your grocer’s dairy case. Be sure to be on the look out for their new trial size varieties. These six-count packages are available in three popular varieties (Original, Light and Reduced Fat Colby Jack Sticks) and are ideal for small households.

For more information please visit www.FrigoCheeseHeads.com. They currently have a sweepstakes on their site where five lucky people will win a year’s supply of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese. You’ll find it under the “Promotions” tab.

You can also “like” them on Facebook for recipe ideas, contests, product information and more.

Do YOU have a favorite variety of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? What is your favorite way to enjoy string cheeses? Do you have a special recipe or snack that you like to make with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post and tell me more about it.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. I have purchased some of the products on my own prior to this review. There was no compensation. The opininos expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.


Frigo Cheese Head String Cheese – Great for snacking & for recipes

To the person who invented string cheese – THANK YOU! I love string cheese. Years ago when string cheeses first came on the market I would purchase them for my kids to add into their school lunches, or give them for snacks. Once I tried them for myself I was hooked on them. String cheeses are not just for kids. Even my husband enjoys them.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy string cheese, such as America’s Favorite String Cheese, Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese, is as a snack. A cheese stick and a Granny Smith apple is one of my favorite “go-to” snack options. The sweet, juicy apple combined with the creamy cheese, goes so well together. That is why a lot of times when you see a cheese platter there is almost always some fruit available too. Cheese and fruits go great together.

I like eating one along side applesauce too.

Something you would not associate with string cheese is soup. I love to take Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese (or the regular Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese) and cut it up into small slices and sprinkle them on top of tomato soup. The cheese doesn’t really melt but it gets soft and creamy which I like, especially paired up with the hot tomato soup. Mmm… I could go for that right now!

I did try to bread them once to make mozzarella sticks to dunk into marinara sauce, like the kind of appetizer you get at a restaurant. Unfortunately the bread crumbs didn’t stick to them, however my kids, and myself, still love to dunk them in warmed marinara sauce. It’s almost like a mozzarella stick but without the breading.

If you carefully slice one in half you can put it along side a hot dog in the bun and have a cheesy hot dog. I’ve done that too.

There are other yummy recipes you can try with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses. Check them out on their Pinterest page.

Did you know that Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses are not only delicious, but nutritious too? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese products are 100% natural, with no added preservatives. They’re packed with nutrients and all varieties contain less than 100 calories – the light string variety has only 60 calories! Other nutritional benefits include:

Plus, the new Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese has 20% more Vitamin D and 16% more Vitamin A than regular string cheese.

I’ve tried both the regular and lite varieties and I honestly don’t see much of a difference. For an extra 40 calorie savings I’ll always grab for a package of the lite cheese when available.

I love that each stick is individually wrapped. They are a great on-the-go snack. They are the perfect addition to any school, or work, lunch. Kids love them. They don’t see them as a healthier-for-you snack option. They just see them as a yummy treat.

My kids can tear through a whole package in a matter of days! They really love them.

Frigo has over 30 different varieties so you are sure to find something that your whole family likes. Some of the varieties include

Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Swirls® Cheese

There are even a Frigo® Cheese Heads® Cheese Variety Packs. My local grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the variety pack. I wish they did.

Speaking of grocery stores, have you seen their new bold packaging? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses can be found in your grocer’s dairy case. Be sure to be on the look out for their new trial size varieties. These six-count packages are available in three popular varieties (Original, Light and Reduced Fat Colby Jack Sticks) and are ideal for small households.

For more information please visit www.FrigoCheeseHeads.com. They currently have a sweepstakes on their site where five lucky people will win a year’s supply of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese. You’ll find it under the “Promotions” tab.

You can also “like” them on Facebook for recipe ideas, contests, product information and more.

Do YOU have a favorite variety of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? What is your favorite way to enjoy string cheeses? Do you have a special recipe or snack that you like to make with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post and tell me more about it.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. I have purchased some of the products on my own prior to this review. There was no compensation. The opininos expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.


Frigo Cheese Head String Cheese – Great for snacking & for recipes

To the person who invented string cheese – THANK YOU! I love string cheese. Years ago when string cheeses first came on the market I would purchase them for my kids to add into their school lunches, or give them for snacks. Once I tried them for myself I was hooked on them. String cheeses are not just for kids. Even my husband enjoys them.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy string cheese, such as America’s Favorite String Cheese, Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese, is as a snack. A cheese stick and a Granny Smith apple is one of my favorite “go-to” snack options. The sweet, juicy apple combined with the creamy cheese, goes so well together. That is why a lot of times when you see a cheese platter there is almost always some fruit available too. Cheese and fruits go great together.

I like eating one along side applesauce too.

Something you would not associate with string cheese is soup. I love to take Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese (or the regular Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese) and cut it up into small slices and sprinkle them on top of tomato soup. The cheese doesn’t really melt but it gets soft and creamy which I like, especially paired up with the hot tomato soup. Mmm… I could go for that right now!

I did try to bread them once to make mozzarella sticks to dunk into marinara sauce, like the kind of appetizer you get at a restaurant. Unfortunately the bread crumbs didn’t stick to them, however my kids, and myself, still love to dunk them in warmed marinara sauce. It’s almost like a mozzarella stick but without the breading.

If you carefully slice one in half you can put it along side a hot dog in the bun and have a cheesy hot dog. I’ve done that too.

There are other yummy recipes you can try with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses. Check them out on their Pinterest page.

Did you know that Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses are not only delicious, but nutritious too? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese products are 100% natural, with no added preservatives. They’re packed with nutrients and all varieties contain less than 100 calories – the light string variety has only 60 calories! Other nutritional benefits include:

Plus, the new Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese has 20% more Vitamin D and 16% more Vitamin A than regular string cheese.

I’ve tried both the regular and lite varieties and I honestly don’t see much of a difference. For an extra 40 calorie savings I’ll always grab for a package of the lite cheese when available.

I love that each stick is individually wrapped. They are a great on-the-go snack. They are the perfect addition to any school, or work, lunch. Kids love them. They don’t see them as a healthier-for-you snack option. They just see them as a yummy treat.

My kids can tear through a whole package in a matter of days! They really love them.

Frigo has over 30 different varieties so you are sure to find something that your whole family likes. Some of the varieties include

Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Swirls® Cheese

There are even a Frigo® Cheese Heads® Cheese Variety Packs. My local grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the variety pack. I wish they did.

Speaking of grocery stores, have you seen their new bold packaging? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses can be found in your grocer’s dairy case. Be sure to be on the look out for their new trial size varieties. These six-count packages are available in three popular varieties (Original, Light and Reduced Fat Colby Jack Sticks) and are ideal for small households.

For more information please visit www.FrigoCheeseHeads.com. They currently have a sweepstakes on their site where five lucky people will win a year’s supply of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese. You’ll find it under the “Promotions” tab.

You can also “like” them on Facebook for recipe ideas, contests, product information and more.

Do YOU have a favorite variety of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? What is your favorite way to enjoy string cheeses? Do you have a special recipe or snack that you like to make with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post and tell me more about it.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. I have purchased some of the products on my own prior to this review. There was no compensation. The opininos expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.


Frigo Cheese Head String Cheese – Great for snacking & for recipes

To the person who invented string cheese – THANK YOU! I love string cheese. Years ago when string cheeses first came on the market I would purchase them for my kids to add into their school lunches, or give them for snacks. Once I tried them for myself I was hooked on them. String cheeses are not just for kids. Even my husband enjoys them.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy string cheese, such as America’s Favorite String Cheese, Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese, is as a snack. A cheese stick and a Granny Smith apple is one of my favorite “go-to” snack options. The sweet, juicy apple combined with the creamy cheese, goes so well together. That is why a lot of times when you see a cheese platter there is almost always some fruit available too. Cheese and fruits go great together.

I like eating one along side applesauce too.

Something you would not associate with string cheese is soup. I love to take Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese (or the regular Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese) and cut it up into small slices and sprinkle them on top of tomato soup. The cheese doesn’t really melt but it gets soft and creamy which I like, especially paired up with the hot tomato soup. Mmm… I could go for that right now!

I did try to bread them once to make mozzarella sticks to dunk into marinara sauce, like the kind of appetizer you get at a restaurant. Unfortunately the bread crumbs didn’t stick to them, however my kids, and myself, still love to dunk them in warmed marinara sauce. It’s almost like a mozzarella stick but without the breading.

If you carefully slice one in half you can put it along side a hot dog in the bun and have a cheesy hot dog. I’ve done that too.

There are other yummy recipes you can try with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses. Check them out on their Pinterest page.

Did you know that Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses are not only delicious, but nutritious too? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese products are 100% natural, with no added preservatives. They’re packed with nutrients and all varieties contain less than 100 calories – the light string variety has only 60 calories! Other nutritional benefits include:

Plus, the new Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese has 20% more Vitamin D and 16% more Vitamin A than regular string cheese.

I’ve tried both the regular and lite varieties and I honestly don’t see much of a difference. For an extra 40 calorie savings I’ll always grab for a package of the lite cheese when available.

I love that each stick is individually wrapped. They are a great on-the-go snack. They are the perfect addition to any school, or work, lunch. Kids love them. They don’t see them as a healthier-for-you snack option. They just see them as a yummy treat.

My kids can tear through a whole package in a matter of days! They really love them.

Frigo has over 30 different varieties so you are sure to find something that your whole family likes. Some of the varieties include

Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Swirls® Cheese

There are even a Frigo® Cheese Heads® Cheese Variety Packs. My local grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the variety pack. I wish they did.

Speaking of grocery stores, have you seen their new bold packaging? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses can be found in your grocer’s dairy case. Be sure to be on the look out for their new trial size varieties. These six-count packages are available in three popular varieties (Original, Light and Reduced Fat Colby Jack Sticks) and are ideal for small households.

For more information please visit www.FrigoCheeseHeads.com. They currently have a sweepstakes on their site where five lucky people will win a year’s supply of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese. You’ll find it under the “Promotions” tab.

You can also “like” them on Facebook for recipe ideas, contests, product information and more.

Do YOU have a favorite variety of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? What is your favorite way to enjoy string cheeses? Do you have a special recipe or snack that you like to make with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post and tell me more about it.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. I have purchased some of the products on my own prior to this review. There was no compensation. The opininos expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.


Frigo Cheese Head String Cheese – Great for snacking & for recipes

To the person who invented string cheese – THANK YOU! I love string cheese. Years ago when string cheeses first came on the market I would purchase them for my kids to add into their school lunches, or give them for snacks. Once I tried them for myself I was hooked on them. String cheeses are not just for kids. Even my husband enjoys them.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy string cheese, such as America’s Favorite String Cheese, Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese, is as a snack. A cheese stick and a Granny Smith apple is one of my favorite “go-to” snack options. The sweet, juicy apple combined with the creamy cheese, goes so well together. That is why a lot of times when you see a cheese platter there is almost always some fruit available too. Cheese and fruits go great together.

I like eating one along side applesauce too.

Something you would not associate with string cheese is soup. I love to take Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese (or the regular Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese) and cut it up into small slices and sprinkle them on top of tomato soup. The cheese doesn’t really melt but it gets soft and creamy which I like, especially paired up with the hot tomato soup. Mmm… I could go for that right now!

I did try to bread them once to make mozzarella sticks to dunk into marinara sauce, like the kind of appetizer you get at a restaurant. Unfortunately the bread crumbs didn’t stick to them, however my kids, and myself, still love to dunk them in warmed marinara sauce. It’s almost like a mozzarella stick but without the breading.

If you carefully slice one in half you can put it along side a hot dog in the bun and have a cheesy hot dog. I’ve done that too.

There are other yummy recipes you can try with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses. Check them out on their Pinterest page.

Did you know that Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses are not only delicious, but nutritious too? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese products are 100% natural, with no added preservatives. They’re packed with nutrients and all varieties contain less than 100 calories – the light string variety has only 60 calories! Other nutritional benefits include:

Plus, the new Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese has 20% more Vitamin D and 16% more Vitamin A than regular string cheese.

I’ve tried both the regular and lite varieties and I honestly don’t see much of a difference. For an extra 40 calorie savings I’ll always grab for a package of the lite cheese when available.

I love that each stick is individually wrapped. They are a great on-the-go snack. They are the perfect addition to any school, or work, lunch. Kids love them. They don’t see them as a healthier-for-you snack option. They just see them as a yummy treat.

My kids can tear through a whole package in a matter of days! They really love them.

Frigo has over 30 different varieties so you are sure to find something that your whole family likes. Some of the varieties include

Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Swirls® Cheese

There are even a Frigo® Cheese Heads® Cheese Variety Packs. My local grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the variety pack. I wish they did.

Speaking of grocery stores, have you seen their new bold packaging? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses can be found in your grocer’s dairy case. Be sure to be on the look out for their new trial size varieties. These six-count packages are available in three popular varieties (Original, Light and Reduced Fat Colby Jack Sticks) and are ideal for small households.

For more information please visit www.FrigoCheeseHeads.com. They currently have a sweepstakes on their site where five lucky people will win a year’s supply of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese. You’ll find it under the “Promotions” tab.

You can also “like” them on Facebook for recipe ideas, contests, product information and more.

Do YOU have a favorite variety of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? What is your favorite way to enjoy string cheeses? Do you have a special recipe or snack that you like to make with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post and tell me more about it.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. I have purchased some of the products on my own prior to this review. There was no compensation. The opininos expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.


Frigo Cheese Head String Cheese – Great for snacking & for recipes

To the person who invented string cheese – THANK YOU! I love string cheese. Years ago when string cheeses first came on the market I would purchase them for my kids to add into their school lunches, or give them for snacks. Once I tried them for myself I was hooked on them. String cheeses are not just for kids. Even my husband enjoys them.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy string cheese, such as America’s Favorite String Cheese, Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese, is as a snack. A cheese stick and a Granny Smith apple is one of my favorite “go-to” snack options. The sweet, juicy apple combined with the creamy cheese, goes so well together. That is why a lot of times when you see a cheese platter there is almost always some fruit available too. Cheese and fruits go great together.

I like eating one along side applesauce too.

Something you would not associate with string cheese is soup. I love to take Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese (or the regular Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese) and cut it up into small slices and sprinkle them on top of tomato soup. The cheese doesn’t really melt but it gets soft and creamy which I like, especially paired up with the hot tomato soup. Mmm… I could go for that right now!

I did try to bread them once to make mozzarella sticks to dunk into marinara sauce, like the kind of appetizer you get at a restaurant. Unfortunately the bread crumbs didn’t stick to them, however my kids, and myself, still love to dunk them in warmed marinara sauce. It’s almost like a mozzarella stick but without the breading.

If you carefully slice one in half you can put it along side a hot dog in the bun and have a cheesy hot dog. I’ve done that too.

There are other yummy recipes you can try with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses. Check them out on their Pinterest page.

Did you know that Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses are not only delicious, but nutritious too? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese products are 100% natural, with no added preservatives. They’re packed with nutrients and all varieties contain less than 100 calories – the light string variety has only 60 calories! Other nutritional benefits include:

Plus, the new Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese has 20% more Vitamin D and 16% more Vitamin A than regular string cheese.

I’ve tried both the regular and lite varieties and I honestly don’t see much of a difference. For an extra 40 calorie savings I’ll always grab for a package of the lite cheese when available.

I love that each stick is individually wrapped. They are a great on-the-go snack. They are the perfect addition to any school, or work, lunch. Kids love them. They don’t see them as a healthier-for-you snack option. They just see them as a yummy treat.

My kids can tear through a whole package in a matter of days! They really love them.

Frigo has over 30 different varieties so you are sure to find something that your whole family likes. Some of the varieties include

Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Light String Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads Superstring® Cheese
Frigo® Cheese Heads® Swirls® Cheese

There are even a Frigo® Cheese Heads® Cheese Variety Packs. My local grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the variety pack. I wish they did.

Speaking of grocery stores, have you seen their new bold packaging? Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheeses can be found in your grocer’s dairy case. Be sure to be on the look out for their new trial size varieties. These six-count packages are available in three popular varieties (Original, Light and Reduced Fat Colby Jack Sticks) and are ideal for small households.

For more information please visit www.FrigoCheeseHeads.com. They currently have a sweepstakes on their site where five lucky people will win a year’s supply of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese. You’ll find it under the “Promotions” tab.

You can also “like” them on Facebook for recipe ideas, contests, product information and more.

Do YOU have a favorite variety of Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? What is your favorite way to enjoy string cheeses? Do you have a special recipe or snack that you like to make with Frigo® Cheese Heads® String Cheese? I would love to hear about it. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post and tell me more about it.

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. I have purchased some of the products on my own prior to this review. There was no compensation. The opininos expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.


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