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Old 04-16-2008, 10:46 PM   #1  
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ok so i know yall love laughing cow cheese, so its not like i have some great new find, but wow, i put it on a latortilla factory 50 calorie wrap, i just spread it out and rolled it up, and well wow again, what a great snack for everyone! ww folks it's only one point, calorie counters its only 85 calories, and carb counters latortilla factory 50 cal wraps are a bread substitute and they have 8 grams of fiber (at least that is what the package says) pair that with a couple slices of dill pickles, (dill pickles 0 calories and 0 points) and nummmy num!
my new favorite snack
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Old 04-17-2008, 08:15 AM   #2  
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Oooh I do that! If I have it, I'll also add a couple of slices of low fat roasted deli turkey slices.

For breakfast, sometimes I'll toast up a whole wheat weight watchers english muffin and just spread on a wedge of low fat lcc instead of butter or other higher fat stuff. So good!
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I think I have to check out that Laughing Cow Cheese, I dont think I have ever seen it.
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Hey, thanks for this delish tip!

Question - where the heck in the grocery store is the Laughing Cow cheese? I've looked and looked and can never find it. Thanks!
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Laughing cow is usually in the produce aisle in baskets...at least thats where it is at my stop & shop!
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I find it at Walmart by the deli or at Publix by the cheeses
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Deli or specialty-cheese section in all the markets I shop. Never the dairy case

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Thanks for the tip! I love those little cheeses... they are so rich and YUMMY!!

They are also great with the 100 cal wheat thin packs....hmm....now I am hungry
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ok so i know yall love laughing cow cheese, so its not like i have some great new find, but wow, i put it on a latortilla factory 50 calorie wrap, i just spread it out and rolled it up, and well wow again, what a great snack for everyone! ww folks it's only one point, calorie counters its only 85 calories, and carb counters latortilla factory 50 cal wraps are a bread substitute and they have 8 grams of fiber (at least that is what the package says) pair that with a couple slices of dill pickles, (dill pickles 0 calories and 0 points) and nummmy num!
my new favorite snack
Even better, zap it in the microwave for 30 sec or so. It gets all warm and melty. I eat this for a snack all the time on my low calorie diet. If I can spare a few extra calories, sometimes I add sliced apples, sun-dried tomatoes, tapenade, or dijon mustard.
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If you have a Trader Joe's near you, get the Laughing Cow wedges there. They are about $1.50 cheaper than the grocery stores. I think they run about $2.99.

Yummy! I love that stuff!
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They also have them with the other speciality cheeses in Costco...and they are about 7-8 dollars for 4 individual packages. They last forever before they expire, so I love to buy them in bulk.
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StillTryin, make sure to get the light kind, not regular! It's low cal but just as delicious
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My grocery store doesn't seem to carry the Laughing Cow although other locations of the chain have them. Sam's has the swiss but not the French Onion. :-(
My Sam's appears to have stopped carrying the lo-fat Babybels. I only found them once.
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Old 04-19-2008, 07:03 PM   #14  
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i just tried this today, i cooked baby carrots in beef broth, drained the broth and dropped the lowfat laughing cow swiss wedge on the carrots, mixed them up till it melted and yep! yet another nummy laughing cow treat.
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I didnt find any "laughing cow" but I found a different brand and they had a LIGHT choice, so I grabbed it, it is 50 cals, 7 grams protein and MAN it is GOOD. I had a wedge last night before my walk, then I had one this morning with a serving of the greek yogurt I found.
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