- 1/3 cup semi-hard to hard sliced or finely shredded cheese, such as Cheddar, Colby, Swiss, Parmesan, etc. Don’t try to use very soft cheeses such as Feta, Mozzarella, Brie, etc.
The second side will cook very quickly in comparison to the first. When it is golden on the bottom side, remove it and drain any excess grease. Shape it into forms or cut into shapes before it cools too much. To form a bowl, simply lay over an overturned bowl and gently push the sides down to shape them. Don’t burn yourself!
Per each, made with Mild Cheddar: 120 calories, 10 grams fat (6 grams saturated), 1 gram carbohydrate, 7 grams protein
Mmmmm …………. CHEESE CRISPS! (always said by me in the exact same dreamy, drooly tone Homer uses for donuts.)
|You really can easily form a warm cheese crisp into almost any desired shape.|
|Cheese crisps make terrific wraps, taco shells, salad bowls, chips for dipping, the list goes on and on!|
|This one is chicken salad with fresh cut garden red lettuce and cherry tomatoes added.|
|Oh, yeah – a CC BLT! Mmmmmm. DO NOT feed one of these to your non-low-carbing friends or they’ll never leave you alone (to eat) again. Just let them go on thinking you’re a poor, deprived dieter… WE ALL KNOW BETTER! 🙂|
TRY A CHEESE CRISP PIZZA! Just add pizza spice and toppings.
Try a shrimp taco on a cheese crisp! RECIPE HERE
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