National Cheeseball Day
It’s national cheeseball day and dairy is one of our favorite things to talk about from a nutritional standpoint, with cheese ranking pretty high on that subcategory list. Cheese provides things like fat, protein, and calcium. It also contains high amounts of vitamins A and B12, along with zinc, phosphorus, and riboflavin. So with the cheeseballs we make in stores, let’s talk about how to pair them!
Hear us out! Veggies and soft cheeses were made for each other. You can use mini bell peppers, snap peas, fresh carrot chips, dried veggie chips and really any sturdy veg that pairs well with that cheese.
Pending on what type of cheese the cheeseball is, sliced apples and pears are a delicious thing to enjoy it with. The carbs from the fruit paired with the fat and protein of the cheese pair for an excellent snack, appetizer and so on.
Think almond flour crackers or shredded wheat crackers. We like these options as they are higher in fiber and