Tatua Mr Cheese Tasty is a convenient pasteurised cheese snack that is made from real cheese with a tasty cheese flavour.
It contains no added colours or artificial flavours and has a long shelf life making it a convenient cheese snack solution for all household pantries.
• Tatua Mr Cheese is perfect for BBQ's, picnics or boating
• Serve on crackers with tomato and gherkins or olives
• Top an American hotdog, or add to a hamburger filling
• Add to a homemade stuffed crust pizza
• Enjoy on a sandwich with ham and mustard
• Serve on top of nachos or on a burrito
• Enjoy on top of a baked potato or in lasagne
• Serve on top of freshly cooked vegetables
ADMIN NOTE: This product is no longer available in New Zealand.
What could possibly be easier or more fun than cheese in a can?
Great flavour and it goes with anything. Cheeseburgers, crackers, sandwiches, nachos, pizza, pies.
Food to be creative with.
this one goes the other way. no problems getting every possible drop of cheese out of the can but the taste is way too strong for my tastebuds. love tbhe idea but not the product sorry.
Tatua's Tasty Mr Cheese is a very easy way of adding a strong cheesy flavour to any Pizza, Burger, Filled Roll or American Hotdog. For addicts of Tasty Cheese you will be in heaven, as the thick creamy texture melts on the tastebuds, you will then experience the strong cheesy flavour.
This has got to be a bargain at $7.00 so is so tempting and alluring for those needing a cheese fix with the convenience being completely hassle free.
Quite a rich cheese, nice flavour. I was a little "iffy" about aerosol cheese at the start, however I must admit that it does taste just like the normal block of cheese.
Heaps of fun, especially when I first tried to "squirt" cheese onto my cracker. It is rather sticky, but at least you don't have to worry about it falling off your cracker just as you are bringing it up to your mouth for a huge bite.
I would definitely buy this!
Now *this* one a REALLY liked... having spent too many years abusing my tastebuds, they require a fairly hefty dose of flavour to get the message through... and this flavour certainly had that -oomph- factor that gets me drooling.
Simple to use, it was a case of pop the cap, put my finger on the side of the nozzle, aim and push gently. As the nozzle bent over, it cracked the seal and started piping out cheese! What a wonderous little product!
The office staff got a taste, and that was it... within moments the can was empty. I got maybe 2 small crackers out of it, while the crowd of gannets wholfed the rest down. Apparently it's really good with ham and tomato... I wouldn't know. I got it on my finger the first time, and on a bare cracker the second time. I would have had a third, with mustard pickle on it, but the cracker was swiped right out of my hand!
OK, so... I have to go buy some over the weekend, and I plan to NOT bring it into work.
Overall, from the rampand snarfing that I watched, in horror, I can safely say that this is one heck of a good product. Simple to use, easy to store, highly portable... I could easily see me packing a few cans into the car during summer trips up to the lakefront camping spot, or for beach trips, snacks on the sidelines during sporting events, or just out the back yard for a BBQ. Certainly worth checking out, but be warned that the can will empty out fast. BUY SPARES!
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