One of the biggest areas I can save money on my household budget is on my food bill. Because I try to stretch every dollar, I have been choosing to purchase the store brands, and at my Target store one of those brands is Market Pantry.
I don’t think I have bought any Market Pantry foods that my family didn’t like. Such was the case when I brought home an 8 ounce package of Market Pantry Provolone Deli-Style Cheese Slices. This cheese comes in a clear plastic bag, and it conveniently has a zipper style closure at the very top of the package. The bag has a logo that reads “Real” on it, indicating that this is not processed cheese, it is real dairy cheese.
The front of the bag also states that this cheese comes from cows that are not given rBST (a hormone), that it contains only 70 calories per serving, and that it is a good source of calcium. I don’t know about you, but since I have bone loss I am always looking for good sources of calcium to add to my diet, and this one tastes delicious!
One serving (one slice) also contains 5 grams of fat, 3 grams of saturated fat, zero grams of trans fat, 15 mg of cholesterol, 170 mg of sodium, 0 grams of carbohydrates, 0 fiber, 0 sugar, and 5 grams of protein.
Just like cheese from a delicatessen, Market Pantry Provolone Cheese Slices are deli thin, and are round in shape. Each slice is placed in the bag with a piece of round thin paper, and this allows you to easily separate the slices. If this paper was not placed there, it is quite likely that the cheese slices would stick together.
When I make a turkey or ham sandwich for lunch, I always add a piece of Market Pantry Provolone Deli-Style Cheese Slices to my bread, and it really gives me a great tasting meal. I like this cheese so much that I occasionally munch on a piece of cheese all by itself, but they are also very tasty when paired with crackers.
One of my favorite snacks is to layer a Ritz cracker, a slice of summer sausage, and a square of Market Pantry Provolone Deli-Style Cheese Slices that has been cut into fourths. Then I place them on a plate and heat them in my microwave for about 30-40 seconds. You can also warm these up in a conventional oven by placing these treats on a cookie sheet. The provolone cheese melts gently over the meat and cracker and makes a fantastic tasting snack.
Market Pantry promises freshness and quality at a great value, and they back it with a 100% guarantee. You can buy their products with confidence knowing that if you don’t care for them they will make it right. I gladly recommend Market Pantry Provolone Deli-Style Cheese Slices.