Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Tre Stelle Cheese is Made for Families Like Us

We eat cheese every day. Sometimes three meals a day. The Kids love it which is great. The only problem is that plain old slices of cheddar cheese get boring. Even for three-year olds.

If you’re thinking, “I have no need for those fancy schmancy cheese companies because I can hardly boil water let alone make Tiramisu”, you’re not alone.

My lack of culinary abilities are well documented but, Tre Stelle isn’t all stuck up like that.

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Tre Stelle Has Cheese for Families Like Us!

The Kids like to eat feta by the slice so I normally buy a block of it. But, when I’m trying to get dinner on the table fast, it’s convenient and saves time to have it already crumbled. The great thing about Tre Stelle is that you can purchase it either way and the bonus is that it also comes in light (with 30% less fat).

I regularly put it on salads and store bought pizza. Nothing too crazy but its easy, gives our food that extra little salty kick that we love and turns drab into fab!

Tre Stelle Feta Cheese Collage

When buying a food product, the first thing I look at are the ingredients. If I can’t pronounce it or it’s products are sourced “off seas”, I’m passing. Their feta cheese contains no preservatives and is a product of Canada, In fact, ALL of Tre Stelle’s Cheeses are made with pure, fresh 100% Canadian milk.

After The Kids are fed and put to bed, I don’t often have time to do anything “special” for our dinner. But, after finding Tre Stelles Bocconcini and all the recipes, no more excuses!
Tre Stelle Bocconcini Cheese Collage

While the recipes called for pearl, mini and medallion sized Bocconcini (Tre Stelle sells all three), I just bought the medallions and cut to suit. Ed really enjoyed all of them and they were easy to make especially because most of the ingredients were from our garden; tomatoes, basil, and cherry tomatoes.

As for the purchase price, I don’t consider the financial costs to be significantly higher when you factor in convenience, more family time and having “locally” sourced products with no preservatives. Overall, we really enjoyed the cheeses we tried. The great part is that there are so many more varities to choose from such as ricotta, asiago and mascarpone.

Tre Stelle Cheese is Made for Families Like Us

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195 thoughts on “Tre Stelle Cheese is Made for Families Like Us

  1. Mishelle

    Ooooooh ‘d love to try the Chocolate Mascarpone Truffle Cake – oooooh it looks so good!!

    And thanks for a chance to win too!

    M

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  2. Gord

    No fair! So many look so good. However I would like to try Chicken Sweet Potato Skins, Parmesan Crusted Perogies with a Roasted Onion Dip, Lemon Ricotta Donuts and Martini Brownies with Mascarpone Cream!

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  3. Kate Hearn

    I’d like to try the Pasta with Smoked Havarti, Salmon and Leeks…but I’d likely sub in chicken for the salmon as niether of my boys (husband or son) like fish

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  5. Holly Buttle

    Feta and Spinach Stuffed Turkey Breast is looking very tasty! I LOVE turkey AND Cheese 😉 thanks for much for the opportunity. It is very nice of you!

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  6. MPaula

    Parmesan Crusted Perogies with a Roasted Onion Dip! The church at the end of my street sells fresh perogies (and cabbage rolls) on Wednesdays so I will use those instead of frozen.

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  7. Julianna

    The Feta and Spinach Stuffed Turkey Breast sounds delicious! It would be perfect for any leftovers after Thanksgiving! 🙂

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  8. Cindy Harcourt

    Could no believe when my three kids ate Tres Stelle Bocconcini with veggie skewers! I have a new favourite for the kids lunches!

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  9. Dulcie Regular

    Would love to try the ‘Chicken Potato Skins’ recipe. Looks delicious as do many other. Anything with cheese is good.

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  10. Bailey-Eileen Dexter-parr

    I love the site, I had tried a few from there. Always are good, They keep me coming back to them. but this one I would love to try Pancetta and Mozzarella Stuffed Risotto Balls (Arancini)

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  11. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger

    Well I just pinned and email to both myself and my Honey/Hubby TWO recipes I want to try THIS WEEK!
    The Roasted Pears with Prosciutto and the Tre Stelle® Recipes – Pasta with Smoked Havarti, Salmon and Leeks I am feeling very hungry just thinking about the dishes and looking at the pictures… Thanks

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  12. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger

    I just spent 20 minutes trying to find Tre Stella on Facebook and both their website AND a Google search came up empty! How can I link up to it? Please advise – Thanks!

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  13. Angela Ethier

    I don’t know what specifically I would try, there are so many to choose from. But I think I would use it to try a new kind of cheese that I haven’t had before.

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