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Three Fun And Delicious Ways To Use White Cheddar Cheese Powder

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White cheddar cheese powder is excellent for making sauces and toppings. But if you buy white cheddar cheese powder in a big bag and only use a small portion, you may be wondering what to do with the rest. The good news is that this ingredient is incredibly versatile. There are a lot of fun and delicious ways to use it, including the following.

Topping Popcorn

You've probably had cheese popcorn from the bag, but did you know you can make your own with white cheddar cheese powder? Pop your popcorn, and then toss it with cheese powder. This does work best if you pop your popcorn with a method that leaves it a little moist and sticky, so it can cling to the cheese. Avoid air popping it, and consider popping it in a pan with coconut oil instead. If you melt a tablespoon of coconut oil in a pan, add a small handful of popcorn kernels, and then put the lid on the pan, the popcorn will be popped within a few minutes. Remove the pan from the heat as soon as the popping slows down, and dump the popcorn into a bowl. Toss in your desired amount of white cheddar cheese powder, and enjoy.

Sprinkling on Veggies

If you're looking for ways to make your veggies more enjoyable, white cheddar cheese powder is the answer. You can sprinkle it on almost any veggie, but it is particularly good on broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and other cruciferous vegetables. If you butter the veggies first, the cheddar powder will stick to them better. Be careful not to cook the veggies with too much salt since the white cheddar cheese powder will add a significant amount of saltiness. Add some black pepper along with the cheese for a subtle yet spicy kick.

Adding to Mashed Potatoes

Do you wish your mashed potatoes had more of a kick? Add some white cheddar cheese powder to them, and their flavor will become so much more impressive. You can stir about a tablespoon of cheddar cheese powder in per potato for a moderately cheesy taste. For some extra cheesiness, add another sprinkle on top before you serve the potatoes. Some chopped chives will make things even better, as will some black pepper and salt.

With these ideas, you should have no trouble using up all of your white cheddar cheese powder. You might even want to order more.