New Weight Watcher’s Cheese Coupon

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Have you not had new Weight Watcher’s cheese? Check this out…

Product Info

What flavors do the snack cheeses come in?

  • The string cheese comes in Light Mozzarella, Smoked and Jalapeno flavors. The sticks come in Cheddar and Colby jack which are reduced fat.

How many calories do the snack cheeses have? All of our snack cheeses are less than 70 calories and have 6 grams of protein which make them a tasty and healthy snack. The string cheeses are each 50 calories and the stick calorie count varies based on the flavor. The cheddar is 70 calories and the Colby jack is 60. How much do the snack cheeses cost? Our cheeses are a great value for a great product. The price points vary based on retailer, location and special promotions, but on average the costs are $3.90 for 12 string cheeses and $3.81 for 12 stick cheeses. Where can I buy WW cheeses? We have distribution in all top retailers. We also have product in numerous regional retailers. Be sure to check out our store locator on to find product near you.

Usage Tips

  • Dippin’ Sticks

If you love Italian food, heat up low-sodium marinara sauce and use it as a dip for Weight Watchers string cheese. This super-easy snack is a winner with kids and grown-ups, plus it’s packed with protein and flavor.

  • Stack ‘n Snack

For a fresh and fun on-the-go option, try these fun kabobs. Cut Weight Watchers cheddar cheese sticks into cubes and alternate with grapes on toothpicks or skewers. The simple combination of cheese and fruit is healthful and super-satisfying!

  • Cheesy Stuffed Peppers

The next time you’re entertaining, think beyond basic cheese and crackers. Slice open mini tri-colored sweet bell peppers and remove the seeds. Fill with half a Weight Watchers jalapeno string cheese and broil for 10 minutes. The hot, melted cheese tastes super decadent, but fits into a healthy eating plan.

  • Prosciutto Wrap Ups

For a classy and crowd-pleasing pre-dinner nosh, wrap Weight Watchers Smoked string cheese with prosciutto, and serve with olives, crunchy breadsticks, strawberries, and aged balsamic vinegar.

  • Dynamic Duo

When you feel yourself heading towards an afternoon slump, pair Colby Jack cheese sticks with popcorn. The protein in the cheese offers a much-needed boost, while the fiber in the popcorn helps you feel fuller faster.

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Kiwi Crate Limited Edition Valentine’s Day Pop Up Kids’ Project

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. This year, let Kiwi Crate help get the family together with fun hands-on projects delivered right to your door step! Kiwi Crate just released a Limited Edition: Valentine’s Day Pop-Up Kids’ Project that includes all the materials, instructions and inspirations to make adorable Valentine’s Day cards.

Gone are the days of getting lost on Pinterest looking for the perfect kid-friendly project! Kiwi Crate is an award-winning, monthly subscription service that provides all the hands-on materials to inspire creative, educational fun. With themes like Music, Color, Robots, and Safari, these crates deliver everything needed for unique activities that you and your kids can enjoy together.

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*Your crate will ship within 2-3 business days with guaranteed delivery before Valentine’s Day! Promotional code does not apply to non-subscription purchases

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Fundraise with Blurb Custom Books

Making a custom book that makes the world better
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If you are involved with any type of organization – animal rescue, PTA, even little leagues, you are probably focused on raising money. Creating a Blurb custom book to sell (or give away to donors) is a simple, effective way to fundraise.

Here are a few of my favorite book-making tips for charity groups:

  1. If your subject is the tiniest bit photogenic (like animals, the environment, or kids), think about putting together a simple, classic photo book to sell. Just use one of these six professionally designed templates and you’ll get a stunning book (without having to hire a professional designer).
  2. Think about your narrative—what’s the story you want to tell? Use a mixture of words and images to tell people exactly what you do—and why you do it. With a great story, you’ll find people are much more open to your message. (Here’s a great online book-making tool to get you started)
  3. Another great fundraising idea = create a cute little notebook or planner decorated with your organization’s logo. It is handy and people will actually carry it around—and carry your message with them!
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