Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Mu Patz Review




We were invited to add a slice of fun to mealtimes with new MU Patz! 
They are round cheese slices they remind me in appearance of the round discs you get on fancy pizzas in restaurants.



This was not a hard task this week, as I am a fan of Mu especially the Mature lighter Cheese, while I was losing weight it got me through my cheese craving moments. You can read more here


 Mu Patz, love the name, it actually makes you giggle at the connotation of cow pats are made with children in mind to make preparing food fun and making their own meals. They are perfect if your little ones want to get involved in the kitchen or just  fancy a delicious snack. Ideal for decorating pizzas and sandwiches, placing over hot pasta or topping mini jackets potatoes. 

MU Patz are a good source of  calcium and protein, 20g of MU cheese is the equivalent to one glass of milk. And what’s more,  they’re completely natural ,100% MU medium cheddar, with no artificial nasties and very tasty on top of a cracker for the Mums! 



SPECIAL OFFER: All packs of MU Cheddar will be available in Tesco for £2.00 until 22nd
August and MU Patz will be available in Tesco from 6th August at the introductory price of £1.00 


Also new to the range are MU Sticks – the perfect little treat to pop into kids’ lunchboxes, or even stash in the fridge as a delicious and healthy snack.


MU Sticks are individually wrapped, making them ideal for lunchboxes, picnics and everyday
snacks. And because MU loves to entertain, each stick carries an aMUsing fact on the
wrapper. For instance, did you know the oldest cow to date was Big Bertha who lived to the
ripe old age of 48!


Whether you’re looking to chase away rainy days or find activities to fill the time, get the kids 
together in the kitchen and have a go at these delicious and fun to make recipes:


MU  Caterpillar Sandwich
A monster of a sandwich to keep the kids entertained
Makes 1

Ingredients
1 loaf of brown bread
1 apple
2 olives (eyes)
½ cucumber (feet)
½ vanilla pod (for the ears)
MU Patz 
Egg mayonnaise/Ham 
Lettuce leaf for the caterpillar to eat

Method

1. Make sandwiches from the egg mayonnaise and layer with a MU Patz slice (your 
favourite fillings can also be used other than egg mayonaise)
2. Cut them out with a round cutter (this will make the body of the caterpillar)
3. Cut the cucumber into ¼ slices (this will make the legs)
4. Cut the apple in half from top to bottom and decorate with a smiley face using vanilla 
pods, olives and red pepper
5. Arrange the cut sandwiches on a plate and then place the cucumber legs at the base 
of each sandwich
6. Finish with the face and a garnish of lettuce
Ideal for a picnic or party


Simple Mu Ham and Pineapple Tortilla Pizza

1 tortilla wrap
Mu Patz 
2 slices ham, chopped
1 round piece of pineapple, chopped

Method 
Decorate with MU Patz
Scatter the toppings over the tortilla
Transfer to a baking tray and bake in an oven preheated to 180C for 5-10 minutes, 
until the cheese has melted.

For more great recipes ideas and fun games and competitions visit www.mucheese.com or www.facebook.com/mu.cheese.

MU launched last year to inject some much-needed excitement into the cheese aisle and is already making MU-ves in becoming a brand loved by the whole family with its distinctive  cow-splat packaging and delicious range. MU PATZ  join the existing line up of MU’s Mild Cheddar, Medium Cheddar, Mature Cheddar and Lighter Mature Cheddar. 

MU Patz can be found in packs of 16 slices and are available in Tesco from 6th
August so be sure to stock up and keep little tums happy and hands busy.

Disclosure: I was sent a pack of Mu Patz in order to review the product. I was under no obligation to receive the sample or talk about this company. I get no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for the review. Will look out for it in the shops.

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    1. Its in the Tesco Extra near me, hope you found it

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  2. Love the fun recipes to get the little ones to eat more cheese. As vegetarians cheese is an important part of our diet and any that is lower in fat and tastes good is a bonus. thanks for the info

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    1. Glad to have posted for you, a few vegetarian recipes dotted about my site.

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