Entertaining made easy with ParmCrisps

As spring moves forward, more occasions for entertaining begin to pop up. There’s Mother’s Day in two weeks, Memorial Day at the end of the month, Father’s Day the following month, and not to mention all the beautiful weather that makes us want to get outdoors, invite friends and family over for a cookout, or host a cocktail party under the stars.

With more entertaining comes more opportunities to try new recipes or new food products. One of the easiest and much-loved ways to feed guests is a cheese and charcuterie platter. I often do this and add new cheeses, spreads and specialty meats to make it different each time. If you have guests who are gluten free, grain free, or lowering their carb intake, ParmCrisps are a lovely alternative to serving crackers with your cheese and charcuterie platter.

ParmCrisps Cheese Plate with Wine

ParmCrisps are crispy, baked Parmesan cheese “crackers” that are made of only 100% Parmesan cheese and herbs and seasonings (the Original is only Parmesan). They contain no artificial ingredients, have 0 grams of carbs, 9 grams of protein, are free of rBST (growth hormone) and of course, are gluten free. Not just that, but Parmesan cheese is naturally extremely low in lactose, making these a good option for many people with lactose intolerance.

ParmCrisps are sophisticated and high-quality, but more importantly they are absolutely delicious! I guarantee you that your guests will be talking about these and asking what they are and where to get them. To see where you can get your hands on these for your next get-together, check out which stores they’re available here.

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Tags: Charcuterie Cheese Chips Crackers Entertaining Gluten-Free Gluten-Free Products Grain Free Low Carb ParmCrisps Parmesan Cheese Wine
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