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  1. #1
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Cheese crisps

    Has anyone ever made these? They're just little clumps of freshly grated
    parmesan, cheddar or other cheese baked on parchment or silicone until they
    melt down to a crisp circle.

    I've never made them on purpose but sometimes by accident when some cheese
    melts off onto the baking sheet or even the plate in the microwave!

    I saw an ad for a company that makes them and they were charging something
    like $18 per box. Didn't say how many ounces were in there but didn't look
    like a lot. Robbers they are!

    If you did make them... What did you do with the leftovers? Refrigerate?
    Or would that make them soggy? Will they keep at room temp.? Looks like
    the ones they are selling are boxed and sold at room temp.

    I did buy some of these for Angela at the gluten free store but they weren't
    that expensive. Still expensive I feel for the amount we got. She thought
    they were okay but wasn't really thrilled. I think hers had an herb in them
    or maybe it was black pepper. She would probably like the plain ones.



  2. #2
    Janet Guest

    Default Re: Cheese crisps

    Julie Bove wrote:
    > Has anyone ever made these? They're just little clumps of freshly
    > grated parmesan, cheddar or other cheese baked on parchment or
    > silicone until they melt down to a crisp circle.
    >
    > I've never made them on purpose but sometimes by accident when some
    > cheese melts off onto the baking sheet or even the plate in the
    > microwave!
    > I saw an ad for a company that makes them and they were charging
    > something like $18 per box. Didn't say how many ounces were in there
    > but didn't look like a lot. Robbers they are!
    >
    > If you did make them... What did you do with the leftovers? Refrigerate?
    > Or would that make them soggy? Will they keep at room
    > temp.? Looks like the ones they are selling are boxed and sold at
    > room temp.
    > I did buy some of these for Angela at the gluten free store but they
    > weren't that expensive. Still expensive I feel for the amount we
    > got. She thought they were okay but wasn't really thrilled. I think
    > hers had an herb in them or maybe it was black pepper. She would
    > probably like the plain ones.


    I've only made them by accident, too. I would think that the best way to
    keep them would be in an air-tight container at cool room temp, and not for
    long. Refridgeration would definitely make them soggy.

    Actually, if I did make them, I doubt that figuring out how to keep them
    would be a problem! I'd be hard put not to devour them all on the spot. <G>



  3. #3
    Cheri Guest

    Default Re: Cheese crisps

    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Has anyone ever made these? They're just little clumps of freshly grated
    > parmesan, cheddar or other cheese baked on parchment or silicone until
    > they melt down to a crisp circle.
    >
    > I've never made them on purpose but sometimes by accident when some cheese
    > melts off onto the baking sheet or even the plate in the microwave!
    >
    > I saw an ad for a company that makes them and they were charging something
    > like $18 per box. Didn't say how many ounces were in there but didn't
    > look like a lot. Robbers they are!
    >
    > If you did make them... What did you do with the leftovers? Refrigerate?
    > Or would that make them soggy? Will they keep at room temp.? Looks like
    > the ones they are selling are boxed and sold at room temp.
    >
    > I did buy some of these for Angela at the gluten free store but they
    > weren't that expensive. Still expensive I feel for the amount we got.
    > She thought they were okay but wasn't really thrilled. I think hers had
    > an herb in them or maybe it was black pepper. She would probably like the
    > plain ones.


    Yes, I've made them but only the amount that I want to eat.

    Cheri


  4. #4
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Cheese crisps


    "Cheri" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:j6uc6g$8v3$[email protected]..
    >> Has anyone ever made these? They're just little clumps of freshly grated
    >> parmesan, cheddar or other cheese baked on parchment or silicone until
    >> they melt down to a crisp circle.
    >>
    >> I've never made them on purpose but sometimes by accident when some
    >> cheese melts off onto the baking sheet or even the plate in the
    >> microwave!
    >>
    >> I saw an ad for a company that makes them and they were charging
    >> something like $18 per box. Didn't say how many ounces were in there but
    >> didn't look like a lot. Robbers they are!
    >>
    >> If you did make them... What did you do with the leftovers?
    >> Refrigerate? Or would that make them soggy? Will they keep at room
    >> temp.? Looks like the ones they are selling are boxed and sold at room
    >> temp.
    >>
    >> I did buy some of these for Angela at the gluten free store but they
    >> weren't that expensive. Still expensive I feel for the amount we got.
    >> She thought they were okay but wasn't really thrilled. I think hers had
    >> an herb in them or maybe it was black pepper. She would probably like
    >> the plain ones.

    >
    > Yes, I've made them but only the amount that I want to eat.


    Thanks!



  5. #5
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Cheese crisps


    "Janet" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Julie Bove wrote:
    >> Has anyone ever made these? They're just little clumps of freshly
    >> grated parmesan, cheddar or other cheese baked on parchment or
    >> silicone until they melt down to a crisp circle.
    >>
    >> I've never made them on purpose but sometimes by accident when some
    >> cheese melts off onto the baking sheet or even the plate in the
    >> microwave!
    >> I saw an ad for a company that makes them and they were charging
    >> something like $18 per box. Didn't say how many ounces were in there
    >> but didn't look like a lot. Robbers they are!
    >>
    >> If you did make them... What did you do with the leftovers? Refrigerate?
    >> Or would that make them soggy? Will they keep at room
    >> temp.? Looks like the ones they are selling are boxed and sold at
    >> room temp.
    >> I did buy some of these for Angela at the gluten free store but they
    >> weren't that expensive. Still expensive I feel for the amount we
    >> got. She thought they were okay but wasn't really thrilled. I think
    >> hers had an herb in them or maybe it was black pepper. She would
    >> probably like the plain ones.

    >
    > I've only made them by accident, too. I would think that the best way to
    > keep them would be in an air-tight container at cool room temp, and not
    > for long. Refridgeration would definitely make them soggy.
    >
    > Actually, if I did make them, I doubt that figuring out how to keep them
    > would be a problem! I'd be hard put not to devour them all on the spot.
    > <G>


    Thanks!



  6. #6
    Tiger Lily Guest

    Default Re: Cheese crisps

    On 10/10/2011 2:59 AM, Julie Bove wrote:
    > Has anyone ever made these? They're just little clumps of freshly grated
    > parmesan, cheddar or other cheese baked on parchment or silicone until they
    > melt down to a crisp circle.
    >
    > I've never made them on purpose but sometimes by accident when some cheese
    > melts off onto the baking sheet or even the plate in the microwave!
    >
    > I saw an ad for a company that makes them and they were charging something
    > like $18 per box. Didn't say how many ounces were in there but didn't look
    > like a lot. Robbers they are!
    >
    > If you did make them... What did you do with the leftovers? Refrigerate?
    > Or would that make them soggy? Will they keep at room temp.? Looks like
    > the ones they are selling are boxed and sold at room temp.
    >
    > I did buy some of these for Angela at the gluten free store but they weren't
    > that expensive. Still expensive I feel for the amount we got. She thought
    > they were okay but wasn't really thrilled. I think hers had an herb in them
    > or maybe it was black pepper. She would probably like the plain ones.
    >
    >

    I hate burnt cheese and that's about all this is.

  7. #7
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Cheese crisps


    "Tiger Lily" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On 10/10/2011 2:59 AM, Julie Bove wrote:
    >> Has anyone ever made these? They're just little clumps of freshly grated
    >> parmesan, cheddar or other cheese baked on parchment or silicone until
    >> they
    >> melt down to a crisp circle.
    >>
    >> I've never made them on purpose but sometimes by accident when some
    >> cheese
    >> melts off onto the baking sheet or even the plate in the microwave!
    >>
    >> I saw an ad for a company that makes them and they were charging
    >> something
    >> like $18 per box. Didn't say how many ounces were in there but didn't
    >> look
    >> like a lot. Robbers they are!
    >>
    >> If you did make them... What did you do with the leftovers?
    >> Refrigerate?
    >> Or would that make them soggy? Will they keep at room temp.? Looks like
    >> the ones they are selling are boxed and sold at room temp.
    >>
    >> I did buy some of these for Angela at the gluten free store but they
    >> weren't
    >> that expensive. Still expensive I feel for the amount we got. She
    >> thought
    >> they were okay but wasn't really thrilled. I think hers had an herb in
    >> them
    >> or maybe it was black pepper. She would probably like the plain ones.
    >>
    >>

    > I hate burnt cheese and that's about all this is.


    What I've seen and bought wasn't burned.



  8. #8
    Jacquie Guest

    Default Re: Cheese crisps

    I think it was Susan that told me a long time ago about making a cheese
    snack that way...I make them in a frying pan.


    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Janet" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >> Julie Bove wrote:
    >>> Has anyone ever made these? They're just little clumps of freshly
    >>> grated parmesan, cheddar or other cheese baked on parchment or
    >>> silicone until they melt down to a crisp circle.
    >>>
    >>> I've never made them on purpose but sometimes by accident when some
    >>> cheese melts off onto the baking sheet or even the plate in the
    >>> microwave!
    >>> I saw an ad for a company that makes them and they were charging
    >>> something like $18 per box. Didn't say how many ounces were in there
    >>> but didn't look like a lot. Robbers they are!
    >>>
    >>> If you did make them... What did you do with the leftovers?
    >>> Refrigerate? Or would that make them soggy? Will they keep at room
    >>> temp.? Looks like the ones they are selling are boxed and sold at
    >>> room temp.
    >>> I did buy some of these for Angela at the gluten free store but they
    >>> weren't that expensive. Still expensive I feel for the amount we
    >>> got. She thought they were okay but wasn't really thrilled. I think
    >>> hers had an herb in them or maybe it was black pepper. She would
    >>> probably like the plain ones.

    >>
    >> I've only made them by accident, too. I would think that the best way to
    >> keep them would be in an air-tight container at cool room temp, and not
    >> for long. Refridgeration would definitely make them soggy.
    >>
    >> Actually, if I did make them, I doubt that figuring out how to keep them
    >> would be a problem! I'd be hard put not to devour them all on the spot.
    >> <G>

    >
    > Thanks!
    >
    >




  9. #9
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Cheese crisps


    "Jacquie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I think it was Susan that told me a long time ago about making a cheese
    >snack that way...I make them in a frying pan.


    Thanks!



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