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The Laughing Cow Milky & Creamy Cheese Spread and Wedges

For several months in a row, I have been buying The Laughing Cow Milky & Creamy Cheese spread and wedges. That’s because my almost-8-year-old son likes them very much.

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The Laughing Cow Milky & Creamy Cheese Spread, Php109.75

The Laughing Cow Milky & Creamy Cheese Spread is made of rehydrated skimmed milk, butter and cheese. You can use it as a dip for tortilla chips or as a spread on bread and sandwiches. It’s milky, creamy and cheesy.

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The Laughing Cow Milky & Creamy Cheese Wedges, Php67.50

The Laughing Cow Milky & Creamy Cheese Wedges are 8 individually wrapped, triangular-shaped cheese portions made of rehydrated skimmed milk, milk fat, cheeses and milk proteins. It’s convenient to bring anywhere. It’s already a healthy snack on its own, but you can also spread it on your bread or sandwiches if you like.

Both Laughing Cow products are great sources of calcium.

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12 Responses

  1. I have tried the Laughing Cow Milky and Creamy cheese spread. It lasted only a day. Cost me two loaves of bread too. Haha. My sons were on it the minute they saw it in the fridge. Great product!

  2. My sons love cheese and milk, I just can’t have them because I am lactose intolerant. But I used to eat them before I learned that I am intolerant to lactose. I used to get an upset tummy after eating cheese and drinking milk.

  3. Expensive here in manila, but cheap in Tel Aviv; which is why the Laughing Cow cheese was almost always an after-meal treat for me while I was there! Incidentally, with its rich flavor, I must say that it can be an ideal cheese ingredient for Paninis.

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