28 Apr 2015

Review: The Laughing Cow Mini Cravings

A quick review for these new The Laughing Cow Mini Cravings cheese cubes. These are seriously cute little snacks! There are three varieties available; Original, Cheese, and Flavoured Cheese selections. 

The Flavoured Cheese selection has 24 mini cubes in 3 different flavours; Ham & Herb, Garlic & Herb and Three Cheese. 

Each cube is quite small, and has only 14 calories, but is still enough to cover a cracker or melba toast (I used the Melba Thins from this post). 

Garlic & Herb: This was my favourite flavour from the selection. It has a pale colouring with visible herbs, and a lovely flavour that is mild and creamy. The garlic and herb flavour here even reminded me of the Philadelphia Duo Cremeso with Garlic & Fine Herbs

Ham & Herb: These had a lovely smoked ham flavour which compliments the base cheese well. The meaty flavour dominates but there are still distinctive background herby hints too. It's quite different from any Laughing Cow cheese I've tried before and we all really enjoyed it.

Three Cheese: These had the most recognisable "Laughing Cow" cheese flavour of the lot, and has a similar flavour to the original triangles, but with a superior and stronger taste.  

I have to admit I bought these more for novelty value than anything else (I thought the kids might enjoy them as a one-off), but they were actually really tasty and I'll definitely be buying the Flavoured cheese pack again.

Grocery Gems Verdict: The Laughing Cow Mini Cravings

RATING: 8 out of 10.
Buy them again?: Yes.
Nutrition (per cube): 14 calories. 
Purchased: Asda.
Price: £0.94p (special offer.

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  1. Ohhh looks so cute! I very like kiri cream cheese :)

    1. They are very cute! I didn't realise Laughing Cow was called Kiri in other parts of the world. I think I prefer that name :)

  2. it's called la vache qui rit - it's french - for the cow which laughed :)


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