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This cheese has really transformed my turkey sandwiches. I used to have sliced cheese as well as mayo. Now I use the spreadable cheese and I feel as though it doubles as a condiment. I save myself a bunch of calories and it is good! emoticon

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In addition to using it on sandwiches I will also eat it with pretzels or carrots. Very yummy to dip in!

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  • The plain lo-cal version spread on slices of radish - it's a yummy, crunchy alternative to the old cheese-&-crackers! - by THINWITHIN18
  • CHERYL7777
    I use the original laughing cow swiss cheese spread on cold Gala apple wedges. It is so satisfying. I love that cheese but I never thought about using it the way you mentioned. I'll have to try that.
    - by CHERYL7777
  • I could not tell the difference between this and regular laughing cow. It was delicious. - by JHARBESON
  • SHASUN
    Laughing Cow Light Swiss is an absolute favorite of mine. I enjoy it on crackers, melted over steamed vegetables or a baked potato, melted in scrambled eggs, or used as a filling in an omelette. It is a very versatile product and adds flavor without adding a lot of calories. - by SHASUN
  • I love this cheese too. It is a great way to get that cheesey fix and still stay on track! There are new flavors now too!!!! emoticon - by MARSHA870
  • I also like these cheese wedges, and we use them as spread on sandwiches and crackers. I even use them in casseroles and for my stuffed mushrooms, as a replacement for other cheeses, though they can be pricy and do not melt as easily as regular cheeses. We're on a tight budget when it comes to calories and money, so I actually prefer to buy the Happy Farms version from Aldi, because their light swiss wedges are far cheaper (up to $1.50 less, from what I've seen locally) and have only 25 calories as opposed to the Laughing Cow 35. It's only 10 calories, but that can make a difference some days! - by AUTIEJ
  • I also like these cheese wedges, and we use them as spread on sandwiches and crackers. I even use them in casseroles and for my stuffed mushrooms, as a replacement for other cheeses, though they can be pricy and do not melt as easily as regular cheeses. We're on a tight budget when it comes to calories and money, so I actually prefer to buy the Happy Farms version, because their light swiss wedges are far cheaper and have only 25 calories as opposed to the Laughing Cow 35. It's only 10 calories, but that can make a difference some days! - by AUTIEJ
  • I JUST had this on a Wasa Multigrain cracker. It was SO good! - by LIGIRLATHEART
  • I love these cheeses ... they go great with a granny smith apple (one of my favorite combos) ... and wheat crackers. Love them! - by ACVENTERS
  • LJB135
    Yum emoticon - by LJB135
  • I've always loved Laughing Cow cheese, and it's great to read all these ways to use it that I've never thought of. Thanks, everyone! - by OUBACHE
  • I have never tried it melted! That is a great suggestion. Thanks! - by JENXU2007
  • Thanks for the info - by SMITHANI
  • JENNIFUFFNER
    I love the french onion kind spread on celery or Special K crackers....it is so yummy!! - by JENNIFUFFNER
  • I love this cheese and have recommended it to others who love cheese. It taste great, is low in calories and can be used in all sorts of ways! - by MIKKIRB

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