Usage:2 Cups Hot Tap Water, 1 1/2 Cups Mix. Wire whip contents Boil stiring constantly, until desired consistancy. If using double boiler, heat until well thickened
Wheat Flour, Non-GMO Corn Starch, Sweet Whey Powder, Whole Milk Powder, Buttermilk Solids (buttermilk solids, whey solids), Cheese Powder (a dehydrated blend of cheese (granular and blue [pasteurized milk, cheese culture, salt, enzymes]), whey, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, whey protein concentrate, lactose, maltodextrin, salt, sodium phosphate, citric acid, lactic acid, yellow 5, yellow 6), Blue Cheese Powder (Blue Cheese (cultured pasturized milk, salt, enzymes), maltodextrin, natural flavor, disodium phosphate), Natural Butter Flavor (Non-GMO maltodextrin, sea salt, butter powder (butter (cream, salt), dry buttermilk), buttermilk, natural butter flavor, Non-GMO expeller pressed canola oil, natural beta carotene coloring), Dextrose, Sea Salt, Onion Powder, Natural Blue Cheese Flavor (with salt and canola oil), Lactic Acid Powder, Lactic Yeast Extract, White Pepper, Ground Mustard Flour.
Contains Milk, Wheat.
Easy and pretty good
Posted by Ben on 25th May 2015
OK, so the sauce created isn't as tasty as melted Velveeta, but it's pretty damn good considering it's a powder. I've used this a lot, particularly in casseroles. I live in a country with minimal cheese (just not part of the food tradition), so I always stock up on this when I come home for a visit.
Posted by DD Clark on 26th Jul 2011
my family loves this cheese dip all you have to do is heat up some water and pour in the cheese powder and you have cheese dip for pizza or breadsticks or nachos its really easy