Originally American, Cheez Whiz found unparalleled love in Venezuela. Its bright yellow color is a sign of a yummy breakfast in the making!
Cheez Whiz is the kind of product that becomes so entangled with a regional culture that it's hard to think it wasn't born there. Such is the case in Venezuela, where entire generations of kids (happily) had arepa with Cheez Whiz, or a Cheez Whiz sandwich for breakfast.
Rich texture, super easy to spread and, of course, incredibly tasty, Cheez Whiz is the kids' treat that becomes adults' guilty pleasure!
Kraft Cheez Whiz Processed Cheese Spread.
Contains 10.6 oz / 300 g.
Product of Venezuela.
Have a little taste of Cheez Whiz with crackers, corn chips, or even popcorn as a dip. Spread in cornmeal arepas, it will be a game-changer for you and your kids. Cheez Whiz is an indispensable ingredient in Philly cheesesteaks and a great addition to any sandwich or hot dog!
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