Thursday, April 19, 2012

John Wm. Macy CheeseSticks Review & Giveaway

I think we must be hungry over here at A Year of Jubilee Reviews! Snacking again and this time with John Wm. Macy's CheeseSticks. Using all natural ingredients they continue to add to the collection of snack foods, packed with cheesy flavor. Don't let your mouth water all over your computer as you look at these pictures!

Cheese Crisps
In 1988, New York's Grand Hyatt Hotel asked John to create a new bar snack. At the end of a long day of making CheeseSticks it came to him - roll out the leftover dough, rich with cheese and spices, layer it with even more aged cheeses and extra seasoning, cut into squares and bake twice. The result was an instant hit!

The CheeseCrisps line includes Cheddar & Asiago, Melting Romano, White Onion, Smoked Jalapeno and Sesame Gruyere CheeseCrisps.

CheeseSticks
John Wm. Macy's award-winning, twice-baked sourdough CheeseSticks - made with wholesome, all-natural ingredients - have been drawing raves since they were introduced in 1984. Starting with John's recipe for Original Cheddar CheeseSticks, the product line has grown to include Melting Parmesan, Romano Garlic, Dijon Swiss and Cheddar & Scallion CheeseSticks. Great as healthy snacks, to complement a meal, or to enliven your parties, these deliciously twisted appetizers are guaranteed to spice up your day! 


Sweet Sticks 
John is always looking for new snack recipes, so it's no surprise that he created the perfect recipe for his "sweet side." John Wm. Macy's SweetSticks are the perfect companion for coffee, cappucino or tea, or for dipping into your favorite ice cream!

Available in Dutch Chocolate, Java Cinnamon and Bourbon Vanilla, the delightful flavor and texture comes from thin layers of fresh sourdough, sweetened butter, Monterey Jack cheese and premium seasonings, baked twice to crispy perfection.


Such a variety of snacks for every tastebud! The original CheeseSticks were actually just a little bit on the spicy side and the kids didn't enjoy them as much, more for me that way. The crisps went over wonderfully. Much easier for the kids to bite and munch on. All three categories of snacks were were crunchy, crisp and flavorful!. I personally liked the Asiago and Chedder CheeseCrisps best, but they were all snacks I would resnack on. I received 2 of each category to review. They arrived in great condition, despite their delicateness.

Besides just snacking on, you can use John Wm. Macy products in a variety of recipes
http://www.cheesesticks.com/Recipes-C16.aspx

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18 comments:

  1. I'd like to try Dijon Swiss. ~ Angie Bailey

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  2. I would love to try the original cheddar

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  3. Romano Garlic sounds great!

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  4. I would love to try the Romano Garlic

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  5. the original cheddar I would like to try

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  6. I would like to try the cheddar and scallion cheesesticks.

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  7. I'd like to try the Cheddar & Scallion.

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  8. I would like to try Melting Parmesan.

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  9. romano garlic
    crazycat09@ymail.com

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  10. I'd like to try original cheddar

    (jen487@hotmail.com)

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  11. Melting Parmesan or Romano Garlic.

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  12. Melting Parmesan
    Thanks
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  13. Dijon Swiss

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  14. Melting Parmesan...it's making me hungry reading the descriptions.

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  15. I would like to try original cheddar. thanks
    carolwegs at gmail dot com

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